Getting to the heart of country life. Sybil Ruscoe meets Pete Nosworthy, Noz to his friends, who runs a summer music festival on his 70-acre cattle farm in Herefordshire.
Sybil Ruscoe meets Pete Nosworthy - Noz to his friends - who runs a summer music festival on his cattle farm in Herefordshire. It started out in 1998 as a family barbecue with friends singing round the campfire on his 70-acre farm. But it's grown into a festival with nine stages, which attracts 5,000 people. We find out how you turn a traditional farm into a party venue - from the licensing and safety, to ticketing and clearing up afterwards!
And we meet Pete's wife and two grown-up children who now work pretty much full time on planning the festival. The producer is Sally Challoner.
- Sun 5 Jul 2015 06:35