Vegetarian full cooked breakfast 2

Vegetarian Breakfast Grilled tomato /Flat mushroom /Sliced Quinoa burger /Bubble and squeak /Baked beans /Fried egg .and optional toast

Quinoa burger see recipe on previous blog just cut cold and grill till golden

Bubble and squeak

Pre cooked potato /finely sliced savoy cabbage raw or less finely if cooked /Onions (any colour or type fine sliced  )Garlic /Thyme /Rosemary /Fresh sage /Flat leaf parsley/seasoning 

We Out Here Festival - Abbots Ripley 15th-18th August 2019

Each year the UK festival scene seams to get bigger but not better. I thought it had well and truly saturated the last few years as the industry gets more and more honed into extracting the last drop of disposable wealth from its target audiences like mechanically recovered chicken nuggets and after ten years of truly  incompetent corrupt  government  and Austerity its baffled me how its kept on expanding. Could there be room for another four day specialist music festival? Could there be one created with a genuine community like heart to it like the Big Chill had?


“ I have no idea what the future will bring but I do feel change is on its way. Of course, it is not a widely held belief and the media will be the last to tell us, but I can see the small shoots of shifting paradigms sprouting up everywhere I look.   

People are beginning to wake up to the power we hold as individuals when we act as a community. The strength of the group is more than the sum of its parts.   


"I would love to offer something on conflict, communication or difference 'Otherness' at the Campout. I would like to explore the fire theme and reference Arnie Mindel's book 'Sitting in the fire' about the healing power of conflict.”

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Brett is coming over from his home in Budapest to follow up his recent book 'The End of Politicians : Time For a Real Democracy’ with what we expect to be an inspirational talk about new models of democracy, a topic which is as on the button as is possible, with UK government and parliament in chaos.  

The future of democracy has arrived. It is time for the end of politicians. Hear why and what we can all do about changing politics in this vital keynote speech.


In the winter of 2009 Mac Macartney walked from his birthplace in the border lands between England and Wales to the Isle of Anglesey – without a map, compass, tent or stove, in January, eating only wild food. This talk reveals the story of Britain’s late Iron-Age tribal past and a long ignored turning point in our people’s history as irresistible change swept across the known world. Much was broken at this time and much was born. Mac offers his journey as a metaphor for our times. We walk into the unknown, clouds gathering on the horizon. Rumours of danger persist and insinuate.