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Wellbeing Festival 3rd August

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The Family Tree Wellbeing Festival

The day will be an enchanting mix of wellbeing, mindfulness and getting back to nature.
We have 5 main speakers sharing their expert knowledge on one of our 5 areas of wellbeing.

Alongside this, we have a selection of workshops running hourly in our designated areas and tipi's covering activities for both younger and older children, whole family experiences and adult only activities.

There is also a selection of exhibitors showcasing their specialised talents throughout the day to allow you to sample their practices and edible delights.

This is a truly unique festival to really help focus the mind and open up to new experiences and lifestyle choices in this ever busy world we live in'..

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