This year’s Attitude Festival took place on 14 and 15 July in the fabulous, but somewhat parched, grounds at Turnstone House. A neat camp of tents was set up on the field before the activities began, kicking off with a Treasure Hunt involving all the young people and adults charging around the grounds in a bid to win!
Other activities planned across the two days included; a music workshop, rounders, bushcraft, hair braiding, art, temporary tattoos, fishing, football, cooking, tie dye, bouncy castles, live music and face-painting.
Energy levels were sustained by the welcomed arrival of Bigod’s Kitchen‘s food van and an ice cream van. During the festival there was also chilli and a BBQ prepared for everyone by the housekeepers, with help from other willing sous chefs.
The festival goes from strength to strength and is thoroughly enjoyed by everyone, it really brings the SES communities together and is a real team effort.