Caught By The River Teifi Festival 2017

fforest, fforest farm, Cilgerran, SA43 2TB, United Kingdom, United Kingdom

10 - 17 Aug 2015



This summer Caught by the River is heading to wildest Mid-Wales for a truly unique gathering, offering the chance to explore one of the most idyllic, unspoilt outdoor locations in the whole of the UK. A week of music, workshops, adventures, talks and readings, campfires, food and drink, good people and good times. Fforest Midweek - Aug 10th-14th 4 days of hanging out at fforest farm enjoying all the things that fforest is famous for: Great local food, local beer, 500 ares of beauty & freedom, woodsmoke, canoes. Creative workshops in the day. Talks, readings and musical adventures in the evening. A wide range of family friendly accommodation including bring your own tent. River’s Edge Weekend - August 14th + 15th Two days of live music, talks and readings, DJs and fantastic local food and drink right on the riverside in the centre of Cardigan + canoes, climbing wall and paddleboards on the river. Curated by Wales Arts Review, NYTH, Caught By The River and fforest.

10 - 17 Aug 2015
United Kingdom
fforest, fforest farm, Cilgerran, SA43 2TB, United Kingdom

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