You are probably aware that we are both converts to the whole-leaf real tea movement that is the ethos of teapigs.
Over the last 12 months we have been on the road selling a selection of teapigs teas to a variety of audiences, from beer festivals to family fun days.
It is with great pleasure that we can announce that we have been contracted by teapigs for a 15 day real tea tour this summer!
We will be serving the full teapigs range of delicious whole leaf tea, all piping hot and a selection iced! We will of course be stocking our usual array of delicious snacks.
The first event in the real tea tour is the Lynton and Lynmouth music festival (LLAMA) held over 3 days in June.
Stay tuned for more information…
Dates: 8th – 10th June
Llama Festival is an arts and music festival in North Devon that takes place against a stunning coastal backdrop. It’s all about celebrating the community through live music and arts in one of the UK’s most unique settings. It’s friendly, relaxed and the sea laps the shore a mere stone’s throw from the main stage. From the start, the ethos behind Llama Festival has always been one of inclusiveness and celebration.
Dates: 16th June
Enjoy our Local Ciders, Local Bands and Local Magical Atmosphere.
Sit, watch and listen to bands while eating lovely hampers by the lakes overlooking the surrounding Quantock Hills.
Dates: 17th June
This truly old-fashioned event in a magical setting on the Somerset Levels runs entirely on wind, sun and musclepower. Besides the celebrated West Country Scythe Championships, featuring stupendous and often hilarious feats of haymaking by international scythesmen and women, mowing a swathe through the summer scene.
Dates: 1st July
The Taunton Show and Motor Show will see an expansion of new and vintage vehicles; boast local foods and crafts in the Taunton School Summer Marquee; have an array of outdoor trading exhibitors; an increase in family activities as well as many other things to do and see.
Dates: 14th – 15th July
Staged in support of the airfield based Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance, the show’s unique atmosphere and very reasonable admission price make it an increasingly popular destination for the Bank holiday weekend crowds.
Dates: 29th July
Started in 1984 by the England family and friends, the Lowland Games is still going strong 28 years later. This year’s events will be as much fun for the audience as they are for the participants and will guarantee enjoyment for everyone
Dates: 3rd – 4th August
Taunton Flower Show is the premiere event of its type in the south-west and is a firm part of summer calendar in Taunton. Held in the centre of Somerset’s county town in the historic Vivary Park , the show is not only a traditional British flower show but includes attractions for the whole family.
Dates: 17th – 19th August
One Glastonbury’s most popular areas gets its own festival this year, with Strummerville expanding into Strummer of Love to mark the 10th anniversary of Joe Strummer’s death. The lineup includes a host of acts who’ve been inspired in one way or another by the former Clash frontman, form the Pogues to Roots Manuva. Plus of course there’s an emphasis on ethically sourced food and community activism.
Dates: 25th – 26th August
One Bigger Bank Holiday Weekend, Two Fantastic Events. You will be well entertained by the likes of Rhapsody, Rats In The Kitchen, Imagine The Beatles or Take That 2, and your children too can enjoy a Our Free Face Painting Service and Special Bouncey Castle. Tickets available for a very reasonable £15, or just £10 if you are come along with a Party of 10 People of More.