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End of the Road 2011

Another packed few days for me, meaning my list of things I want to blog about is getting even longer! This weekend deserves a post all to itself however, as from late Friday night until this morning I was at my favourite festival - End of the Road festival.  I went for the first time last year (my blog post about it was one of my first posts!) and had such an amazing time that Tom and I bought tickets for this year a couple of days after last year's festival.  The festival is held in Larmer Tree Gardens, beautiful Victorian gardens near Salisbury.  The festival is spread out throughout the gardens, with stages deep in the woods, a walk through the woods with a library concealed within it lit with fairy lights at night, peacocks (and peachicks!) wandering around, tipi tents and one of the main stages nestled amongst ornate old buildings.  Along with some amazing bands (my favourites this year were Wild Beasts and Midlake - amazing), there is a comedy tent (I have decided that Robin Ince might be one of my all time favourite humans, let alone comedians), workshops, and lots and lots of yummy food (Pie Minister, I'm looking at you).  We will definitely be going again next year.  Here are some snaps from the weekend...








18 comments

  1. Rosiee u little beaut!u look gorgeous!how do u manage that whilst at a festival?!Ah I love midlake live, I bet the setting suited them amazingly!looks so nice!Love the library!!cd

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  2. Awwww... baby peacocks and a library in the trees - awesome!!! :) X

    www.mademoiselle-lala.com

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  3. A library in the woods?! Looks amazing, I definitely have to go next year

    T x

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  4. wow, haven't heard of this before but it looks epic! you look really pretty too rosie x

    ramz and the flock

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  5. Wow, it looks so pretty.

    Ayeisha
    x

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  6. Wow it looks really lovely! It reminds me of Latitude a bit with all the woods and little stages, might have to consider it for next year =) xx

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  7. Oh my jesus christ, this fest looks amazing!!! That woodland walk way is just gorgey. Your outfit is bloody awesome too, missy ;)

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  8. This looks and sounds amazing! The outdoor library looks adorable,

    Rosie x

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  9. oh my, this looks like a beautiful festival! i really want to go! :D

    maddie xx
    http://vintagebeautyx.blogspot.com

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  10. Oh wow this looks like such an awesome festival, how have I not heard about this? The baby peacocks are so cute and the library and the lights. How awesome, glad you had a lovely time

    L x

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  11. This looks absolutely beautifulll. So chilled and relaxing.

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  12. I've never heard much about this festival before but after reading this post I'm desperate to go! It looks beautiful. You look gorgeous too :)

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  13. i think we were asleep on the grass just behind those baby peacocks?! lovely post btw. xx

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  14. Baby peacocks = adorable! I'd have been all over them :) x

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