Sadly, it’s the last full day today, but we’re not finished with having fun just yet, and the sun is shining as we wake up to help make it memorable. Guests will choose from (or try to do all) of morning jog, group dog walk, meditation, yoga, morning worship, pétanque, volleyball, molkky, workshops in willow crafting and hula-hooping, live music from Top Hat and Heels, and the Craving, with the big screen beaming live from Wembley. Our massage team are as busy today as they have been all week, The Magic Teapot, staffed by happy naked people (pictured), will serve tea and singing, the wood-fired sauna in a van in a field (also staffed by happy naked people) is available and our catering vans will maintain the flow of great food and drink including fresh coffee (which, too, is served by happy naked people – there’s a lot of them about.)

It’s been a blast – terrific to finally get out and be able to do something again, and to meet old friends and make new ones. It’s a cliché to say that it’s the people that make it, but like most clichés, it’s true. The community spirit and camaraderie has been tangible, as has the euphoria of spending time, dressed as nature intended, with like minded-people. As with all successful events, we’re leaving but eagerly anticipating the next one already.