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Buddhafield returns to Blackdown Hills
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Buddhafield has been running in the Blackdown Hills for 15 years

A vegan, alcohol-free festival is set to return to the Blackdown Hills for those interested in Buddhism, spirituality, health and well-being.

The event has everything from live music, poetry, cabaret, and the chance to learn about meditation and yoga.

The no-alcohol and no-drugs policy is in keeping with the Buddhist way of life which organisers hope will help promote a family friendly atmosphere.

Buddhafield has been running for 15 years by a Devon based charity.

Although the festival has its roots in Buddhism, people from other faiths are welcome - the only request is to respect the alcohol and drug free policy.

The event runs from 14 - 18 July in Culmhead, near Taunton.




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