Our guide to Wellness Festivals in the UK this Summer

Posted on July 03 2022

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The Great British Summer of Wellness Festivals stretches out ahead of us, so here’s a run down of our pick of the bunch, as well as tips from our ambassadors about their outfit plans and must-sees. There are new Wellness Festivals popping up all over the country, featuring leading practitioners, speakers and influencers who are there to impart some of their expertise for wellbeing.

We wanted to look all over the country, and taking inspiration from our ambassadors and their festival plans, here’s a selection of events that we are drawn to.


Happy Place Festival - 6th and 7th August CHISWICK HOUSE 

If you’ve listened to Radio 1, watched Top of The Pops in the 2000s or perhaps tuned in to the Happy Place Podcast, you will know all about Fearne Cotton and her mission to bring about important conversations with fascinating people. Uncovering her version of balance, well-being and drawing leading industry experts and public figures to talk about their lives and adversities, led her to create what is now a thriving community - The Happy Place Festival.

Taking place in London on 6th + 7th August at Chiswick House in London, and on 3rd and 4th September at Tatton Park in Cheshire, both locations offer an eclectic mix of mindful activities, creative workshops, yoga, and meditation, children’s areas, the list goes on! It’s a celebration of all things mindful. A food and shopping paradise too, this is set to be a beautifully balanced weekend.


Verve Festival - 17th September WILTSHIRE

A celebration of the Wiltshire countryside, Verve Festival offers the ultimate tranquillity we all need after a long hot summer in the cities. Immersed in the stunning countryside, this festival offers opportunities to move, learn, breathe, dance, explore and more. Suitable for the whole family, this is a paradise for all ages and a truly wholesome experience.

ILU Ambassador Angie Bell will be there, wearing her favourite ILU pieces and soaking up the atmosphere, get your tickets here


Wellness in the Meadow Fest 17th September  FARNHAM 

In the heart of Gostrey Meadow, Farnham, you’ll stumble upon a haven of well-being, hosted by Kind To Mind. Over 50 small businesses in art and wellness will be there, offering artisan goods, coffee, live music and refreshments. This makes for the perfect late-summer day festival, bringing together all things wellbeing.


Times+ Life Lessons Festival  9 - 11 Sept KINGS CROSS LONDON


The Times & The Sunday Times bring together some brilliant minds, inspirational talks and the exploration of stories to offer insight into living a life without limits. Taking place over the weekend of 9th-11th September, this King’s Cross, London-based festival is not only 1, easy to get to from all over the South, but promises real value for the ticket price. Reflected in the huge attendance of your favourite wellbeing influencers, we cannot wait for Adrienne Herbert, Dr Alex George, Ella Mills and Elizabeth Day, to name just a few!


Rebalance Wellbeing Festival 4th September - MANCHESTER

Hosted by Ki Retreats, leading Holistic practitioners to come together to provide an opportunity to rebalance the mind, body and spirit. After high demand from their last event, they are back in September at the stunning venue of Whitworth Locke, Manchester.

A one-day-only event, the schedule is jam-packed with the possibility to move in harmony and soak up the nourishing surroundings. In an artisan market lovingly curated with pop-ups from independent vegan suppliers, attendees can shop the very finest in food and gifts that by nature, are holistic.

All workshops and talks are included in the ticket price, so this looks to be a fantastic event that promises a mindful day out.

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