SUPER EARLY BIRD TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW FOR 2020!
10th-12th July 2020, Watlington Hill Farm Animal Sanctuary Oxfordshire
Boasting the best views of Oxfordshire, a brand new animal workshop on the animal sanctuary farm site and amazing larger workshop areas so that we can all fit into our favourite workshops.
Just. Keeps. Getting. Better.
WE HAVE ADDED THREE MORE DELICIOUS FOOD STALLS: ETHIOPIAN, MIDDLE EASTERN & PIZZA.
GLAMPING IS AS LITTLE AS £65 PER PERSON FOR THE WHOLE WEEKEND: TO BOOK PLEASE EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
This is our big outdoor event, connecting us with nature and one another for a sunset-yoga-dance-off. Over 150 workshops included in the weekend pass in Yoga, Dance, Martial Arts, Crafts, Mediations and more. PLUS we have our sweet reggae sound system in the evenings with live DJ's and Bands. Friday night features Ladies Who Lunge: an all female DJ line up playing everything fun and bass! Saturday line up TBC.
KIDS GO FREE, FREE CAMPING, FREE SHOWERS
All ages, abilities and levels welcome and catered for with love.
Watlington Hill Farm Sanctuary
There will be road stewards & signage.
The Oxford Tube Bus Service takes your to Lewknor Turn. This is a 7 min taxi ride away from the festival. All taxi numbers are on www.omandbass.co.uk You must book the taxi in advance.
Regular buses from Oxford to Watlington, then a local taxi up the hill or a 25 min walk.
Taking The Oxford Tube to Lewknor Turn might be a good idea from Oxford direction too (as suggested above) and then take a 7 min taxi. You must call and book the taxi in advance.
Please make sure you pick someone up on your way if you see someone struggling with festival gear. If you’re not taking any passengers, please make a donation to our charity stall: African Vision Malawi of £5. We are encouraging car shares as much as possible.
ALL LEVELS, AGES AND ABILITIES WELCOME
Beginners are catered for with love! Although this festival is focussed around yoga, health and well-being, there is no obligation to attend yoga classes.We have lots of other acticities, or you can simply soak up the atmosphere and chill out. Children remain the sole responsibility of the parents during the entire festival. Concessions are available, just send us an email. All activities are entered into at your own risk - be kind to yourselves :)
If you would like to contribute in any way, please let us know in JANUARY only. Please send stall and workshop applications to email@example.com
Bring your own tent, plenty of cash for food and stalls and your own yoga mat. Unless you're cool with using grass :)
Teen tickets are for 13-17 year olds. 18 year olds must buy an adult ticket
There is no bar, but you're welcome to bring a few drinks.
No plastic permitted whatsoever. All rubbish must be taken off site - we are not responsible for what you bring on site.
No refunds available. Tickets are 100% transferable to another person for the same year. No roll over to the next year is available since we can not always guarantee that there will be a 'next year' :)
Boring rules and requests:
Camping gas stoves are permitted.
No BBQs and no fires, no naked flames whatsoever.
No dogs (unless Guid Dogs, Emotional Support Dogs, as per a psychiatrists written recommendation)
No glass in the main area (can have it in your tents)
No disposable plastic whatsoever
Drinking water taps are on site to fill your re-usable bottles. Whatever you bring on site, you take back off site please my pretties. The stalls will only take the rubbish back which they generate, and this is all 100% compostable (we use cellulose containers for all food and drink bought on site).
Alcohol is permitted, bring your own - NO SINGLE USE PLASTIC whatsoever on site and NO GLASS. Keep bottles in your car and decant there, NOT in your tent please). You must take your own rubbish home with you. Last year the rubbish from booze was terrible. Pop it back in your tents.....Re-usable plastic bottles are good to use to drink from, as are mugs and clay vessels :) think "eco" & “safety”.
All activities are entered into at your own risk, as is the site itself.
For more information please visit: www.omandbass.co.uk