Thursday 26th July 2018

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We are thrilled to announce we'll be the charity partner of Valley Fest this August. We're looking forward to a fantastic weekend of music and organic delights, set in the beautiful Chew Valley in Somerset. Even more excitingly, Valley Fest have pledged to raise an incredible £25,000 for Teenage Cancer Trust through a variety of fundraising opportunities across the weekend. 

Valley Fest will feature performances from the likes of St Paul and The Broken Bones (all the way from Alabama!), Rae Morris and Sam Outlaw. Guests will also get to enjoy the wellbeing area, poetry and fun for kids across the site - it really will be a great weekend for the whole family!

Luke Hasell, Valley Fest’s founder, said:

Raising money for charity has always been a key part of the festival’s ethos and partly why I started it in the first place. I lost both my parents within a short space of time, my mum to cancer, and they were both passionate fundraisers. To have an opportunity to support Teenage Cancer Trust whilst having a good old knees up is great for me!

Luke is a local organic farmer and this is the fifth year he has put on a festival on his land overlooking the beautiful Chew Valley Lake in the heart of the Mendips. 

Don't miss out on this family-friendly festival, its wide variety of music, farming and food workshops and tractor loads of silliness. Get your tickets now!