…that’s how Festival Number 6 describes itself, and it couldn’t be any truer. For three days, I immersed myself in the fantastical, other-worldly Number 6 held at Portmeirion Village in my picturesque hometown of Gwynedd. Not only did it feel so relaxing to be at a festival just a few short miles away from my childhood home, Number 6 combines so many of my favourite things – incredible food, an eccentric dress-code, an out-of-this-world setting, and a real celebration for culture and music.
Leeds Festival 2015 is officially done and dusted, and I had such an awesome weekend with my BFF by my side. Relentless Energy put us up in a podpad for the weekend – glamping FTW – so we could really enjoy everything the festival had to offer. We had already armed ourselves with sleeping bags, copious amounts of hairspray, enough threads for two weeks, and enough dry shampoo for every festival frolicker in Bramham Park that weekend.
Last week, I headed out to one of my favourite spots in Chester, The Botanist, to celebrate their first birthday. This place has given me so many tasty dinners and cocktails in the past year that I just couldn’t turn down such an invitation – especially when I was told there would be Pimms and cupcakes involved.
Surf for days, burgers for brekkie, and wild dancing while waves crash in the distance. We’re deep into festival season, and I’ve kicked mine off with the gnarliest of the lot – Boardmasters.