Unearthed in a Field (UIF) festival is firmly on the horizon, and with the weather looking like it’s set to hold out as visitors to this wonderful area of the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside descend to enjoy the fun and festivities, this year could just be the best one yet!
The mature circles of festival-goers are being cited as the reason that glamping popularity is becoming heightened here in the UK, with internet search data highlighting that more people are Googling the term than ever before, at any time or point in history!
In case you didn’t know, today (April 22nd) is Earth Day, an internationally celebrated day with a desire to inspire, challenge ideas, ignite passion and motivate people to action when it comes to looking after this precious little planet we call home.
Thanks largely to the fantastic previous events that were so successful in 2012, 2014 and 2015 the Unearthed In A Field family are pleased to announce that they will once again, by popular demand, be back for Unearthed In A Field 2016!
There’s a whole bunch of people out there who will have put together a bucket list of their own at some point, whether later in life or at a relatively young age. This list ties together the ultimate activities that a person wants to achieve in their lifetime, and can be made up of whatever the owner of the bucket list wishes; it’s personal and there are no boundaries.
Having recently returned from Unearthed In A Field festival, a quaint but unforgettable festival experience in Cerbid, west Wales, it dawned on me that for some people going to a festival might seem like ‘not their thing’, ‘something the kids do’, or a rather dated view that its ‘only for the hippy types’. While having a self-confessed interest in the environment, I wouldn’t class myself as a hippy, and now in my 30s I am not seen as young (although I don’t act my age), so what was I doing at a festival, and why should you think about trying one if you’ve never experienced one? I’ve got a number of great reasons for you. These may not all resonate with you, but with such a vast array of festivals to suit everyone these days I’m sure that there’s a reason for you to check one out for yourself.
Let’s see if I can convince you, shall I?