The Summer Festival returns to the country park for its second year running on Thursday, 4 July from 12pm to 6pm in the meadows near to the Wokingham Waterside Centre.
The country park will host its biggest Summer event yet with live music performances, a beer and prosecco chill out lounge including head and shoulder massages, a hog roast BBQ plus a ‘sustainable living’ market including the likes of Lonely Lentil, Little B Beeswax Wraps and PosyLondon.
This year, the summer event has a key focus on sustainability with the aim to show people how to support green initiatives. Along with the Newbury-based Sustainable Living Market selling dry packaged foods, eco food wraps and natural beauty products, Wokingham Waterside Centre will be promoting their River Thames plastic clean up event.
Rachael Millward, Marketing and Travel Coordinator at TVP, said, “Hosting the festival in the country park allows visitors and park employees to enjoy the beautiful nature reserve and understand more about our goal to be a more sustainable business park. Sustainable commuting will be promoted as well as TVP’s very own beekeeper selling honey and showing visitors a Bee Air Device that can be used for inhalation.
Whether you are an employee of TVP looking to relax on your lunch break or a visitor wanting somewhere to explore before sundown, we have something for all tastes.
Want to know more about the Sustainable Pop-Up Market? See below to check who will be attending
Pop-Up shop selling dry, unpackaged foods. Please bring along any empty container to fill with loose produce.
Little B Bees Wax Wraps
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Emporio Green Army
Upcycled items from greetings cards to bottle openers, jewellery and one off pieces, to zero waste living such as reusable makeup remover pads, bread bags, Beeswax Wraps and Unpaper Towels.
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Jewellery by Emma Roy
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