Timber arts festival, located at Feanedock on the Derbyshire Lancashire border, transforms the forest into an almost otherworldly place. Music, stories and workshops a plenty – this three day camping adventure has so much to offer and explore.
The National Forest Company and Wild Rumpus have come together to create an international festival featuring wonderful artists and performers from around the globe.
What are the highlights?
“Lost in Translation” is a unique circus show devised just for the festival. This show is will include jaw dropping acrobatics, juggling and aerial stunts. Something all the family are sure to enjoy.
To name just a few, there will be music from Gwenno, Stealing Sheep, You Tell Me, Jesca Hoop and Elizabeth Alker from BBC Radio 3. You can find out more about all the incredible artists here.
Want to make your stay particularly special? How about trying out boutique camping? There are a wide range of bell tents, yurts, tipis, pods and domes to choose from.
Get yourself booked in here.
How can I win tickets?
There is a family pass up from grabs for two adults and two children, aged three to 15 years, to give away for Timber festival from July 5 to 7, 2019. The tickets are for full weekend camping including Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, with their own camping gear and there will be one car parking pass for the duration of the weekend.
If you would like to win this fantastic prize, simply answer this question.
Which two counties border the festival site at Feanedock?
Email the answer, with your name, address and daytime contact phone number to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for entries is June 24, 2019.
You must indicate on your entry that you are happy for your details to shared with the promoter to be eligible.
You can find full details about the competition here.
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