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Travel, Accommodation,  Food and Drink, Workshop info


Back To The Roots Festival will be held at Penn Meadow Farm..

The address is: Penn, High, Bayleys Bottom, Wycombe, HP10 8PD, England


If you are arriving by train:

Beaconsfield and High Wycombe are the closest train stations.

There are taxi ranks at the train station for the final leg of the journey, or you can use the following taxi firm numbers: 

Fleet Cars 01494 681953

A2B Beaconsfield Taxi 01494 623080

If you are arriving by car:

We encourage you to car share or take public transport to reduce emissions.

We’re in the countryside so the postcode may not be accurate, we use What3Words for a precise location & directions. Click this link for the exact location:

There will be directions to the car park and festival site. 



For those camping, doors will open at 12noon Friday 9th August for you to arrive early to pitch your tent. From there, head to the Check-In Point (see site map) to be checked into the festival. 


Eco-toilets and eco-showers are available for you to use free of charge. We encourage you to bring eco-products to stay kind to the Earth.

Glamping bookings

Arrival from 12 noon, bring with you your proof of stay to the check-in area, then you will be guided to your tent.

Check-out is 11am Monday 12th. 


Food & Drink

Our food vendors will be providing nutritious and delicious food options throughout the weekend and we encourage you to support these wonderful small local businesses.

We encourage you to bring your own plate, cutlery, cup so you can use these at the cafe, there will be wishing up points for you to use so you can reuse


You're welcome to bring your own food but please do not light any fires for safety reasons we only have fire safety keepers for designated areas. BBQs are also prohibited. Small camping stoves are allowed in the camping area


There are drinking water points available throughout the site and we encourage you to have a reusable water bottle.

Firewalking safety instructions and form

To be printed and signed to take to Claire your firewall instructor at the time of the workshop

Tickets, Check-in & Site Map

Check-in Times

You can check-in to the festival during the following hours:

Friday: 12noon - 4pm 

Saturday 8am -12 noon

Sunday: 8am - 12 noon

Upon arrival you’ll be checked in and given a wristband at the Check-In Point. 

Re-entry to the festival throughout the weekend is possible as long as you show your wristband and is within the times stated

Festival Timings

Food vendors open at 12 noon

Friday 9th August: celebrations start at 2.30 pm and end at 11pm (for day ticket holders)

Saturday 10th August: celebrations start at 8am and end at 11pm (for day ticket holders)

Sunday 11th August: celebrations start at 8am and end at 11pm (for day ticket holders)

Monday 12th August Weekend Camping Festival ticket holders to leave at 11am

The ticket office opens on Saturday and Sunday at 8am - 12 noon


Please try to arrive on time so we can open the space together.

On the Door Tickets

Day tickets are available to buy at the Check-In Point during the check-in times stated above (only stands if day tickets haven't sold out)

Ticket sales will be available to purchase online if they haven't sold out

Prices for on-the-door tickets are below, payable by cash only. 

Friday: Adult £66 | tenn £33

Saturday: Adult £66 | Teen £33 

Sunday: Adult £66 | Teen £33

Teen 13 -17yrs

Under  12 FREE

Late Arrivals

We understand that not all may be able to arrive at the times stated above  so If you arrive after the gate closes, you will need to call the number given at the check-in desk and someone will come down and meet you to sign you in and issue you a wristband


Site Map & Timetable

The site map & timetable will be available 2 weeks before the event. 

Download site map here

Download Schedule here


photography and filming 

We will be filming and taking photography throughout the weekend. We ask that you do not post other people's children and post without permission on social media. If you do not want to be featured on social media, please advise us via email at Please do not photograph people in process within any of the workshops.

Nudity Policy

This is a family-friendly festival and while we are not averse to nudity, after all we were born naked, there is still a sensitivity around it in regards to suitability in an all-inclusive festival to provide a safe space and environment for all people from diverse backgrounds and so we ask that full nudity within the festival setting is respected as a non nudity policy


Can I bring pets to the gathering?

As long as you pet remains on a lead, is well behaved and you clean up after them the you're welcome to bring your pet

What should I bring?


Please remember to bring a yoga mat, water bottle, swimwear and a towel if you have booked into an ice bath & sauna experience and a torch if you’re camping.

Will there be a cash machine facility?

Most areas will have card machines and others will be cash only. There are no cash machines on site, so please bring along enough cash for the weekend.

Cancellation Policy

Ticket Cancellations & Refunds

Tickets are non-refundable but can be sold on, please email us to change the name on the ticket at info@consciousbuddycommunity.comIf the event needs to be cancelled, a new date will be agreed and your ticket will be transferred to the next event. Refunds may be possible if the event is cancelled but will be subject to admin fees. 


Terms and Conditions

By purchasing a ticket, you agree that Conscious Buddy is not liable for any injury or harm that you may incur in any of the practices/classes and you agree to take full responsibility of yourself, your health, your wellbeing and all of your belongings whilst at the gathering. Thank you. 


Back To The Roots festival is created by the people for the people, a collaboration of diverse and cultural backgrounds with an offering of world sounds, a co-creation of art, music, education, and innovative ways to bring us together to unite in love, music, dance, discussion, and commUNITY. 


The intention of Back To The Roots is to make it an all-inclusive festival no matter your background, to speak on how we can live more consciously and harmoniously together in a world with so much diversity, yet recognise we are all part of this intelligent mycelium network that binds us all and when we connect through love we create harmony, like an orchestra of symphony and frequency, a language beyond all languages, a song we can all relate to.




Back To The Roots is a chemical-free (as possible) zone and we are encouraging all our vendors, stall holders, and festival goers to use reusable materials and for any waste to be compostable, no processed food on site or chemically based drinks. We have selected some awesome and wholesome stall holders & food & drink vendors that follow this ethos of sustainable and conscious living.


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