Music, wildlife and environmental projects are at the heart of the Goren Festival

PUBLISHED: 17:00 18 May 2019 | UPDATED: 10:05 24 May 2019

The Goren Festival. Picture: (c) Jolyon Holroyd

The Goren Festival. Picture: (c) Jolyon Holroyd


The picturesque wildflower meadows of Goren Farm will once again play host to a festival with a difference, which is known for its integrity, ethos and promotion of wildlife and environmental projects.

Set in 70 acres of ancient pasture at Stockland, near Honiton, it features live music from talented musicians as well as many crafts and activities for children, all with a nature-based theme.

The Goren Festival is specifically aimed at families with younger children and promotes wildlife and sustainability in a safe, natural environment.

There will be a variety of food, drink and trade outlets to cater for all tastes, as well as educational stands and presentations run by the RSPB, Devon Mammal Group, Bumble Bee Conservation Trust and many other wildlife organisations.

You can also take your own tent or campervan, and camp on site.

The Goren Festival takes place from Friday, June 28 to Sunday, June 30.

Tickets are only available online.

For more information and booking, please go to

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