People inspired by off-grid living are invited to join the ninth Off Grid festival at Tapeley Park, Instow, from Friday through to Sunday (August 9-12)
There will be arts and crafts, health and leisure workshops throughout the day and music in the evening whilst an on-site café will be open to grab organic and nutritious refreshments.
This festival is a volunteer based non-profit festival that has a strong political and educational focus.
There is guaranteed to be something for everybody from children’s activities to engaging with nature and learning new skills to just having plain old fun.
The theme of this year is seven generation stewardship which is a concept which urges generations to live and work to benefit future generations.
There will also be hands on activities for all the family including carving, archery, painting and sculpting. More practical workshops will also be available around the festival including food growing, green woodworking and willow weaving.
Over this four day event Off Grid has gathered some of the most inspiring teachers and demonstrators, in a family-oriented weekend of learning about sustainable living.
The festival has become a place where people from all backgrounds come together to learn and share their experiences of living off grid and how they are moving towards an eco-friendly social transition.
Take advantage of the live music and a well-being zone where there will be yoga classes and many more one-to-one sessions.
Ticket sales are capped at 350 to create an intimate learning experience so pick up your tickets now before they sell out; tickets are available online at https://offgrid-festival.co.uk/buy-tickets/ .