Remember to book for the Good Life

Remember to start the autumn with a visit to Hawarden in Flintshire to the Goodlife Festival. Easy to travel to, just two hours from Euston to Chester and then a short cab ride over the border. On 18th, 19th and 20th September there is a mass of things to see and do. Music – curated by Cerys Matthews as well as food and books and you can learn about the Great Outdoors. Hosted by Notting Hill locals the Gladstone Family, you can drink make merry, cook over a fire, sling an axe, jump onto a free fairground ride, star gaze, make something out of leather or listen to a talk by Deliciously Ella and 5×15. All too good to miss. You can now pick up your tickets at the Pedlars General Store and Cafe on Talbot Road. thegoodlifeexperience

More from Amanda Waggott

London Fashion Week comes to Notting Hill

RRGallery, upstairs in St Peter’s Church on Ken Park Road, has joined...
Read More