A beautiful and unique happening

Utterly 100% accepted and celebrated for who I am

The ceremonies were all brilliant and they felt very special

A thriving experience, an eloquent education

Life changing. I made friends for life. Most amazing event of my life.

Thank you all so much for an incredible gathering of queer magic

A real feel of harmony and celebration

Filled with absolute joy, love and spirit

It changed my life

Connected, Accepted, Belonging

Heart-opening, expansive...so nice to be in fields with fellow queers!

The energy from start to finish was beautifully palpable and entrancing

A spirited lovefest like no other

Loved how intimate it was


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Bursary fund

Queer Spirit aims to be open to as many people as possible. We offer free places in exchange for doing some work at the festival, but we also understand that not everyone is able to work. To that end we have a bursary fund that provides tickets to those who are would be unable to get a ticket.

This is funded by generous donations from loving souls who wish to see the healing magic of Queer Spirit shared with as many people as possible!

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Traveling up and down from London, are any Car shares available or travel companions if going by train or coach - please contact me.

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With the Glamping option, are the Bell Tents secure, do they have zippers that you can put a small padlock on, to protect Tent contents?

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