Visiting the festival

Visiting

Exhibition, conference and and dining space with a sea view

Entrance is free and you can arrive any time between 10am and 5pm. See the programme here. And please register in advance for speedy entrance.

Networking lunch

Healthy lunch buffet - salads and nutrition

The buffet lunch is available between 1230 and 2pm, with a range of deli options to suit all tastes and dietary requirements, plus dessert and coffee. Tickets are £15.

Getting here

Multicoloured welcome to Bedruthan Hotel and Spa - natural materials

For directions to the hotel, please see www.bedruthan.com/find-us/ 

Registration is at "The Venue", at the left hand end of the hotel as you look down the hill. 

Exhibition and workshops

Wellbeing exhibitors bringing sunshine and smiles

There is such a wealth and variety of talent, both exbihiting and running workshops and demonstrations. Click below for more information.

Sensory Spa Garden experience

Outdoor spa garden experience hot tubs, sauna and foot baths

The Spa Garden experience lasts 1 hour (including check-in) and is available for booking in the afternoon. Tickets are at the special rate of £40. 

FAQs

Helpers giving directions and finding contacts

Can I buy lunch on the day?

You will be able to order from the hotel restaurants. If you'd like the buffet lunch please book in advance.

Live music

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SKYDANC3R

SKYDANC3R is an electronic music producer and DJ, a free-diver and surfer. Expect chilled but uplifting beats to get us going.

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Our Atlantic Roots

We're delighted that Cornwall-based indie duo Our Atlantic Roots (Mac and Laura Johnston) are joining the Festival line-up. Mac and Laura bring an uplifting blend of American and British alternative folk. At the heart - a passion to share songs that lift people up and bring hope. People struggling with mental health have found their music to be relaxing, peaceful and uplifting.

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Happy Voices

Happy Voices is a fun, music-orientated social group that aims to unlock memories through the power of song. The power of music, especially singing, to unlock memories and kick-start the brain’s grey matter is an increasingly key feature of dementia care and is said to reach parts of the damaged brain in ways other forms of communication cannot. They are also extremely fun and entertaining and people will be expected to participate! 

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