What a beautiful time I had meeting the festival-goers whilst serving-up some of my delicious and nutritious gluten and dairy-free treats. I couldn’t have asked for a better location for my very first smoothie soirée and I am truly thankful to have been a part of days one and two.
The list of activities and workshops running throughout the week is impressive and there’s something for everyone; from Chakra dancing to Kundalini Yoga, all abilities are catered for and you are free to get involved as little or as much as you’d like to.
Herstmonceaux Castle is stunning and provides the perfect backdrop with the observatory also in view. The tents and yurts were positioned in a half-moon shape, each with a different workshop inside.
It is a great place for kids, they are free to explore and make new friends.
A beautiful vegan lunch is served at 1.30pm, the aromas emanating from the kitchen were divine and within the same tent was a small stage upon which anyone could get up and sing a verse of their favourite song.
Sumptuous fabrics and cushions sprawled across the floor making a comfortable seating area for the audience and after I packed-up yesterday, I drank Chai and listened to a guy playing guitar. It was a lovely way to end the day.
Thanks to all involved and I hope you’re not too wet today!