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Trill Farm Summer Week

Head down to Trill Farm in Devon for a fun-filled introduction to sustainable living

Sustainable living is an important issue for those concerned about their carbon footprints and overall connection with their environment. Romy Fraser, of Trill Farm, wants to bring her environmental message to everyone she can, so she’s set up a four day festival for all ages to spread the word. Through activities and classes, the festival aims to show you how a sustainable lifestyle can be both healthy and fun.

The festival will run from the 11th to the 14th of August, and there's both day and weekend ticket options. For those looking for an overnight stay but don’t fancy bringing their own tents, tipis, a luxury yurt, and a gypsy wagon are available for rent. Activities  will include giant origami, raft building and sailing, a zip wire, woodland yoga sessions and cookery classes, among others. Everything will take place at the 300 acre organic Trill Farm in Devon. The proceeds will go to the Trill Trust: a charity set up by Fraser to promote sustainability and eco-living.

When: August 11th-14th

Where: Trill Farm, Devon

Cost: £15

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