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Vegan Wellbeing Weekend, Derbyshire.

Price £40 – £145 GBP + BF Get tickets

Event description

Join us in this beautiful Georgian Manor House for a weekend full of fun and relaxing activities and workshops, music and amazing vegan food which is all included in the ticket price.

Meet other vegan people, build lasting friendships and develop support networks.

Take part in fun activities; yoga, Zumba, Tai Chi, colour chakra rave, sound bath and meditation, woodland walks and foraging, outdoor swimming, camp fire singing, astronomy, and more. There is the option to have a go on the high ropes course at the centre but there is an extra cost for this.

Learn new skills; there will be talks on activism, cooking workshops, fermentation, food and nutrition workshops, natural arts and crafts workshops such as charcoal drawing, vegan candle making, macramé, pyrography, willow weaving, making incense cones, dream catchers, stone art, and environmental art. We will be running a workshop on craftivism and upcycling.

A number of vegan films will be shown throughout the weekend, including I could never go vegan and a question and answer session with Tom Pickering himself! There will be loads of great vegan bands, musicians and comedians on Friday and Saturday night, and you can join in earlier in the evening if you'd like to have a go singing or spoken word.

Many of the artists, musicians, workshop facilitators are giving their time for free and all proceeds are going to local and national animal charities, including; Charlies Place animal sanctuary, Brinsley animal sanctuary, Fluffy Butts Animal Rescue, the Wounded Badger Patrol, Fox Angels and the Hunt Sabs Association.

All meals are provided and are vegan and this will be a buffet style breakfast, lunch and evening meals, and refreshments with a wide range of foods available. Please email us at with any specific dietary requirements.

There will be a bar available on Friday and Saturday evening but you are welcome to bring your own refreshments if you prefer.

On the Sunday morning groups and charities can display information/products in a vegan 'fair' in the sports hall.

The event will end with a roast dinner banquet to celebrate the Autumn Equinox.

Accommodation provided in the house is hostel type beds in rooms that range from 4 beds to 12 beds. Bedding is provided in the house. Email to let us know the size of the group and names of people. 

Alternatively you can bring your own tent or campervan and camp in the grounds. There is a hard pitched area for campervans, and bathroom and kitchen facilities for the campers.

There are no specific children's activities at present but this may be included if there end up being a large number of children attending. All of the activities are aimed at a mixed ability and are available to all ages. There will be a room equipped with toys, games, books, arts and crafts materials, etc. for anyone who wants to have some time away from the crowds.

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