The Clee Hills are a unique and beautiful environment that has been occupied since The Bronze Age and are illustrated on the famous Mappa Mundi
This beautiful 12,000 acre Common Land is there for you to explore all weekend. Simply take a 2 minute walk and you've arrived. Discover the industrial archaeology, and appreciate the fauna and flora. Breath in the air and look out over the Malvern Hills and Black Mountains.
Our goal is to live in harmony with nature. So there will be limited waste, which means that no cans, plastic or glass bottles permitted on site.
Your food will be served on proper plates that we hope you will wash yourself. Please help us out and bring your own eating utensils with you.
We want to reduce the effect of our festival on the environment and hope that you will travel together and car pool or use public transport There will be a fee of £5 to park your car and £15 to park a camper van. The money raised will be used to plant trees
Peacock Farm is set in a beautiful rural area of outstanding natural beauty located on Clee Hills in South Shropshire, with stunning views down over the valley and rolling hills. On a clear day seven counties can be seen.
Many believe that J.R.R. Tolkien based the Shire on the Clees and South Shropshire with the hamlet of Baggingswood being two miles away .