Visitors can enjoy a coastal celebration this spring as the National Trust’s Festival of the Sea returns for 2019. The seaside event, which raises awareness of coastal conservation, will take place between 10 and 12 May at Gupton Farm Campsite near Freshwater West in Pembrokeshire.
Following a successful debut in 2018, which saw the conservation charity welcome record event numbers to the farm, the festival is back with a packed programme of things to see and do across the weekend.
Sponsored by Outer Reef Surf School, Forrest Print and Upton Farm Frozen Foods, there are a whole host of stalls, performances, food and drink displays, workshops and outdoor activities for the whole family to enjoy.
Highlights include surf sessions, yoga classes, print making and recycled art workshops, live music from local artists, adventure talks, beach circuits, hands-on nature activities and interactive displays from local organisations.
Early bird tickets for the Festival of the Sea are on sale now; weekend tickets (festival and camping access from 10-12 May) are £30 per adult and £20 per child, and day tickets (11 May only) are £20 per adult and £15 per child, with under-fives free.
The discounted tickets are available until Monday 22 April, with visitors advised to book early to avoid disappointment.
Find out more, book your ticket and view the full festival line-up at: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/gupton-farm