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Activities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Folk in a Field isn't just about great live music, there are plenty of other activities to get involved in over the weekend.  -

 

Willow Weaving

Have a go or just watch how it's done, weaving baskets, fences, crates and even dragonflies.

Wood Turning

Have a go at turning wood the old-fashioned way on a traditional lathe. 

Natural Herb Medicine Workshop

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Foraging Talks 

Pottery

Turn your hand to pottery to make something to remember.

 

Demonstrations

Other demonstrations to be confirmed.

Fire Breathing

A spectacular performance for all to see just before the headline act on Saturday.

Dance

We have a mix of dance and dance fusion workshops and demos throughout the event in front of the Main Stage and on the Pallet Stage.

Activities/workshops and demonstrations  

For timetable of workshops     

Djembe Drum Workshop (free)
On Friday and Saturday at the Long Boat in the woods. Wooden Roots will share their years of experience and get you to grips with technique, rhythm and tempos.


Harmonica Workshop (free)
Get tips from the master. Either borrow one of his harps, bring your own or buy one for just £5. Liam will teach you the blues on the Long Boat, Friday only.


Singing Workshop (free)
Gather at the Long Boat on Saturday and Sunday mornings for a singing experience conducted by Linds Bestwick. A master in vocal training and group harmonies. The more the merrier. 


Ukulele Workshop (free)
Bring your own or borrow one here and strum, pick and noodle along as you are taught the fiddly, four stringed instrument with Clara Wiseman.



Yoga (free)
Start the day right on Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning with an instructor led yoga class in front of the main stage.


Axe Throwing
Hone your axe throwing skills and try and beat the festival's record.


 

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