Celebrating Community, Connection & Creativity

7th-10th July 2017

Beulah Festival is held at the beautiful Lime Tree Farm. Lime Tree Farm is a peaceful sanctuary where people naturally move towards transformational healing, personally and universally. A place that empowers a strong sense of 'connectedness' to something great: A gathering place for kindred souls!

The farm, near Grewelthorpe, is situated on a sandstone ridge at the edge of the Vale of York. To the south the land falls away, merging into the arable fields of the plain, while to the north and west there are rolling heather moors. To the east lie the rivers Ure and Swale.

Until 1987 Lime Tree was a working dairy and mixed farm but under the management of Peter and Irene Foster the land has been given over to conservation. Lime Tree farm quickly developed its own character as a conservation area and spiritual sanctuary with new hedges planted, ponds made, nesting boxes positioned at many points on the land, some within a very special ancient woodland area. A badger set and bird hide incorporating a teaching area provides exciting learning opportunities for schools, colleges and universities.

www.limetreefarm.co.uk