Festival of Wellbeing 2020
Please note...this festival has been cancelled due to restrictions caused by the Covid-19 crisis.
Please do keep checking our website for updates.
This happened in 2019…
Tickets can be bought in advance from our online store.
Buy in advance before 1st June and receive a reusable souvenir cup to use throughout the weekend at our bar and cafe. This will be supplied when you check in at the event.
There is the possibility of receiving a discount if you are bringing a group of 10 or more people. Please contact Rachel at email@example.com to discuss your needs.
Upon completing your online purchase you will receive a confirmation email. This MUST be retained and can either be printed out or presented on your phone or tablet when you check in at the festival.
We have tried to keep the cost of tickets as low as possible and therefore we don’t think there will be a need for instalment payments. If you are going to struggle to pay for your tickets in one payment please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Music & Festival
All live music will start by 3:00pm and finish by 10:00pm
We have a main studio where we will be hosting a variety of live music. Music is not the main feature of the event but compliments all the other wonderful things going on!
The line up will be posted around the site over the weekend.
Please check updates to our schedule via the website or facebook page – Durham Festival of Wellbeing. We will be adding activities to the schedule over the coming months. Bookable activities will be highlighted.
Your ticket includes
- access to the festival site during open hours,
- access to a range of wellbeing activities including
- dance, drama, music, demonstrations, talks and workshops. You are free to participate in as many of these activities as you wish.
- we are also welcoming some therapists to the festival who may charge a fee for a treatment.
- we are also welcoming traders into the festival who of course will be charging for their goods.
Feedback in 2019 was that there was a wealth of activity to participate in such as Samba Drumming, Dancing, Art in the Garden, Giant Drawing, Music and Storytelling Workshops, Teenage Hangouts, Holistic Therapies, Live Music and Food Tasters
Parking & Camping
We have limited space for Caravans and Campervans and these will need to be pre booked by email to email@example.com. The cost to park your campervan is £10 per day.
We will have a range of showers available.
We regret to inform you that at present we cannot offer phone charging services for ticket holders. This is because we have a small venue and do not have the funds to support this facility. We will look into this for future festivals.
Parking is £10 per vehicle per day. Parking is limited.
A five minute walk along flat ground.
There is public transport available via bus from either Darlington, Durham or Bishop Auckland. All three towns have a Railway Station although Darlington and Durham are on the mainline to Newcastle and York whereas Bishop Auckland is much smaller. There is a bus stop available between the top of our driveway and the carpark.
You may arrive on site from 10:00am on Saturday 27th June and 10:30am on Sunday 28th June.
All activities will finish by 5:00pm on Sunday. The carpark closes at 6:00pm and must be completely cleared. Any vehicles left will be towed away.
Accessibility & Restrictions
You will be asked for ID if you look under 25 years and wish to purchase alcohol at the bar. Tickets are non transferable and you may be asked for ID to prove that the ticket you hold is yours.
All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Any unaccompanied teenagers will be asked to leave the site if they cannot prove they are with an adult.
Well behaved dogs are allowed on site but please be respectful of all tickets holders. Misbehaving dogs and their owners will be asked to leave the premises!
You will not be permitted to bring alcohol into the Hub building and main grounds. Anyone who is found to be bringing their own alcohol in to the building or main grounds will have their items confiscated and may be asked to leave the site. Our bars are reasonably priced and all proceeds go towards the charity the TCR Hub.
Our access policy can be found on our website please click here. The Hub is fully accessible although we only have a very limited capacity for disabled access to the main stage each evening and disabled parking must be pre booked by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You are very welcome to speak to us beforehand to discuss your needs.
Yes you can bring camping chairs and tables on the camp field and you can bring them into the main grounds but there is not sufficient space to bring them into the main studios.