Published: 05:36, 27 August 2019
A festival aiming to help adults work on their weekend goals comes to Kent woodland this weekend.
The team behind Neverworld are back in the county with the festival for adults wanting a weekend away from it all.
Camp Wildfire - running from Friday, August 30 to Monday, September 2 - will have more than 60 activities from bushcraft to axe throwing and rocket building to yoga when it heads to secluded woodland in Sevenoaks.
Half music festival and half adventure, challenging activities include trying the flying trapeze and trampolining to wood whittling and beekeeping.
There will also be secret forest parties, with more relaxing ideas including massage and wood fired hot tubbing.
Camp Wildfire’s founders say of their aim: “As children, we adventure to our hearts’ content but as adults, our frenetic lives often get in the way.
"At Camp Wildfire, adults can travel into another world for a weekend where adventure is natural and abundant. Meditation classes designed to rejuvenate the body in a woodland setting, and the wilderness experience aims to let festivalgoers leave refreshed."
There will be arts and crafts, such as totem carving, and swing dancing, with the focus on creating a rich programme of activities to challenge and inspire people to build a community that will work together. It even ends with competitive team games and a big party.
DJs and live acts will play, including Craig Charles, DJ Yoda and Little Gay Brother.
Ticket prices include camping, activities and entertainment, though there is low availability. Weekend tickets are £249. To book, visit campwildfire.co.uk.