A new not-for-profit environmentally-friendly family event from Saturday August 3rd to Sunday August 4th. The stages will be powered with a combination of solar and bicycle, there will be self-sustaining mobile phone charging points and art installations, wood fired hot tub, nature workshops, holistic treatments and healing gardens. Guest speakers from environmental groups and organisations will be featured as well as live music, interactive workshops for all ages, comedy, local ales and ciders, food and arts and crafts stalls. The festival will also be launching a 'Going Green in 2013' campaign to persuade people attending to leave their cars at home and use the free coach serves available.
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