FLUMMOXED FESTIVAL: 6-7th JULY 2013
Reviewed by Debbie Gregory (with 4 children!)
I was gutted to miss the Feast in the Woods in May so I looked out for other events organised by Honeywoods Camping and was excited to get tickets for Flummoxed.
I was looking forward to this so much. It was also my birthday so thought it would be a great way to celebrate with my family. It was a case of bring-your-own food and drinks, although there was a great hog roast provided by a local butcher on the Saturday night.
Feast in the Woods is a wonderful way to explore the outdoor life with like-minded people
I take my children to festivals not just for the music, but for the sense of community and the chance to experience life outdoors and connect with nature. So when I heard about a new popup camping event called Feast in the Woods, only an hour and a half from London, I jumped at the opportunity to go. This promised so many things I love – wild camping in the woods, cooking on the fire, gourmet food, boating on a lake – throw in a well-stocked bar and, well, it sounded like paradise to me. And it was. Read more…
Read our review of the 2013 Feast in the Woods here!
Back to Basics with ‘Pop Up Camping’, a new family-friendly style of festival-style events
Here at FestivalKidz we are always on the look out for new adventures for families, and so we were excited when we heard about new start up camping company, HoneyWoods Camping. Run by Rebecca Cork, helped by her sausage dog Poppy, HoneyWoods Camping specialises in small, wild camping events across the UK in safe, privately owned stunning woodlands, with a focus on sustainability, education, and enjoyment – without breaking the bank.
After years of working in the festival industry, entrepreneur Rebecca Cork tells us why she decided to create her own festival-style events with a difference. Read more…