YOU will probably come to Hideaway Festival for the music but you might be surprised about all the other attractions…. the fabulous Beach’s Funfair, hippy heaven, healing tents and festival fantasy, Persian fire shisha tent for crystals, face painting and henna tattoos.
The Child Bereavement charity will be raising awareness of its services and raising money for its work with bereaved children or adults who have lost a child.
And back this year is the Dying 4 Life retro and vintage stall, selling a mix of fashions and accessories from yesteryear, with all proceeds going to the Sue Ryder Hospice at Nettlebed.
Feeling hungry? Then head for the authentic Nepalese curry tent where food is cooked with the best fresh ingredients by Gurkha chefs. Some of the profits will go to the Gurkha Welfare Trust which works to help Gurkhas in the UK and Nepal.
The official radio station of Hideaway is Marlow FM 97.5, broadcasting live from the site throughout the weekend. The festival is at Fawley Hill, Henley, from Friday, August 8 to Sunday, August 10.