Into the Wild Festival news: Yo

Latest update from Into the Wild Yo Crown shyness is a naturally occurring phenomenon in some tree species where the uppermost branches in a forest canopy avoid touching one another. The visual effect is striking as it creates clearly defined borders akin to cracks or rivers in the sky when viewed from below. Although the phenomenon… More Intothewild Source

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Into the Wild Festival news: Early Birds are on sale now for Into the Wild’s amazing festivals.

Latest update from Into the Wild Early Birds are on sale now for Into the Wild’s amazing festivals. A new kind of festival with sublime world music, over 100 workshops, woodland theatre, choirs, woodland cinema, delicious street food stalls, survival skills, archery, fire making, fascinating talks, yoga, foraging, drumming,… More Intothewild Source

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Into the Wild Festival news: Super Early Bird Tickets on sale now!

Latest update from Into the Wild Super Early Bird Tickets on sale now! Step Into the Wild! A new kind of festival, where you come to feel refreshed with a sense of wellbeing and clarity. Set amongst beautiful nature, with wild forests and sublime summer meadows. A time to be together with friends, old and new. Come and enjoy a host of magnificent world music, inspiring workshops, bewitching bedtime tales, woodland crafts, ten forms of yoga, foraging, stone and wood carving, choirs, dancing, medieval blacksmithing, bizarre botanicals, fabulous foods, tantalising talks, archery, fire making, den making, theatre, tantra, star gazing, woodland cinema, magical kids area, sauna, holistic healing garden and so much more. Super Early Bird tickets are on sale […]

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Into the Wild Festival news: Taming the wild into creativity…..

Latest update from Into the Wild Taming the wild into creativity….. On this day in 1991, Arsenal signed Ian Wright for £2.5m. It was a lot of money in those days – the club had never paid as much – but over the next seven years he proved himself worth every penny and more. It wasn’t just his 185 goals, then a club record, or the trophies they helped win. It was the… More Intothewild Source

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Into the Wild Festival news: The word-hoard: Robert Macfarlane on rewilding our language of landscape

Latest update from Into the Wild This is tragedy of the highest order: "The same summer I was on Lewis, a new edition of the Oxford Junior Dictionary was published. A sharp-eyed reader noticed that there had been a culling of words concerning nature. Under pressure, Oxford University Press revealed a list of the entries it no longer felt to be relevant to a modern-day childhood. The deletions included acorn, adder, ash, beech, bluebell, buttercup, catkin, conker, cowslip, cygnet, dandelion, fern, hazel, heather, heron, ivy, kingfisher, lark, mistletoe, nectar, newt, otter, pasture and willow. The words taking their places in the new edition included attachment, block-graph, blog, broadband, bullet-point, celebrity, chatroom, committee, cut-and-paste, MP3 player and voice-mail."…. The word-hoard: Robert […]

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Into the Wild Festival news: Study Shows Link Between Being Sober And Realising Most DJs Are Shit

Latest update from Into the Wild Lol…. Study Shows Link Between Being Sober And Realising Most DJs Are Shit Study Shows Link Between Being Sober And Realising Most DJs Are Shit A new study published by Cambridge’s substance abuse center has found a link between sobriety and the realisation that pretty much any DJ spinning at a club is pretty shit. Intothewild Source

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