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Radical Faerie camp

A vibrant and magical camp co-created by the heart centred, nature loving, mystical and spiritual Radical Faeries of Albion. A safe and inclusive space where compassion, creativity and unconditional love flow abundantly (usually :-)), creating the perfect conditions for the heart to open and spirit to manifest. Come say hi!     www.albionfaeries.org.uk

Sister Safe Space

A welcoming safe chillout and camping area for womyn, lesbians, dykes, biwomen, transwomen, feminists, girls, sisters and anyone who identifies as a woman to hang out and connect with other women. The space will provide a home base for women to access the wider festival from and to share mutual support and understanding.

Trans community space

The trans camping area is for gender diverse people who would like to camp with other trans and/or non-binary people. The camp is co-creative and supportive space with a dedicated communal area and fire pit. The camp is open to allies who are accompanied by trans and/or non-binary folk.

A sharing circle specifically for trans, non-binary and gender diverse people will also be held twice during the festival at 11am on Friday and Sunday mornings. This will happen in the Welfare and Access area. 

Asylum seeker and refugee groups

We believe Queer Spirit has a message for the whole world, but rather than encourage lots of people to fly to the UK to be with us, we invite members of asylum seeker and refugee groups, such as Micro Rainbow, who are already here in Britain, to come as our guests, so they can enjoy some English countryside and the company of a few hundred friendly queers.

Welfare

The welfare and access team are available to provide emotional, physical, energetic and magical support as needed throughout the festival. Welfare and access team are available 24 hours a day offering a safe and caring space where you can come for support, or just to chill in a quiet tent to recover from festival over load. 

Private and confidential support is also available at any time from our experienced and compassionate volunteers. We can also help anyone with access needs, such as offering assistance with putting up tents. Accessible showers and toilets are also available in this area for those with access needs. 

The team will be holding a sharing circle at 5pm each day, where festival goers can come and share any aspects that they are struggling with in a group setting. 

A sharing circle specifically for trans, non-binary and gender diverse people will also be held in the Welfare space twice during the festival at 11am on Friday and Sunday morning.

Catering

Voyage Vert - vegan burritos and falafel.

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