Timber is an extraordinary new camping festival exploring the transformative impact of forests. Artists, musicians, scientists and thinkers from across the world will come together to celebrate woodland culture in all its forms. The festival will explore what forests and woodlands can mean to us and our relationship with nature. 

Timber is produced by Wild Rumpus, a Making Local Woods Work participant group. To share their experience of outdoor event management with other woodland social enterprises Wild Rumpus are hosting a blog, supported by Making Local Woods Work, which takes groups through the process of planning and delivering a large open-air festival. They will share their progress, along with a range of tools and resources, over the coming months which you can follow by clicking the button below. 


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