You’ve seen our line-up, you’ve feasted your eyes on our food, now it’s time to really get stuck in. We’re pleased to announce all the things you can DO at Port Eliot, because we all know it’s far more fun to be a DOer than merely a sitter-and-a-watcher (but you can do a bit of that too). So, please be upstanding and rally the troops for our workshops, outdoor adventures, family fun and wellbeing.
For families: Wildlings Wood
Join us in our brand new home for families, Wildlings Wood. All the activities are free and you don’t need to book, so just turn up and enjoy. You’ll be treated to a talent show for young stars, a soft play area for really little tots, pyjama hour with bedtime stories and hot cocoa, and lots more. Equally important, there’ll be a bar just next door to rejuvenate knackered mums and dads.
We’ll also have a full Viking encampment which will be running throughout the weekend, showing folk how to live as Vikings.
Workshops & Outdoor Adventures
Knife-making, axe-throwing, archery (is that enough pointy things for you?) creative writing, life-drawing, animation, flower-crown creation, wild swimming, canoeing – there’s a huge array of ways you can participate in this year’s workshops and great outdoors programmes.
We’ll be keeping some back for booking on site, so don’t worry if you miss out – there’s still a chance to get into your favourite workshop.
Psst… did we mention, actress Teri Hatcher will be at the Survival Wisdom camp, teaching us a little something about survival and wellbeing.
Lark’s Haven line-up revealed
The oasis of calm that is Lark’s Haven is back with an ever soul-soothing wellbeing programme including cacao ceremonies, sounding bowl journeys, coaches that specialise in mindfulness and consciousness, dreamcatcher-making, astrology, barre, and plenty more. As usual, we’ll be pushing yoga in every conceivable direction with disco yoga, aerial yoga, Kundalini yoga, yoga for surfers, stand-up paddleboard yoga, and stand-on-your-head-eating-a-sandwich yoga (not really – yogis don’t eat sandwiches).
Tickets running low!
Things are starting to go. Saturday day tickets have completely sold out (a month ahead of last year) but we do still have Fridays, Sundays and weekender tickets remaining.