Date details
17th May 2024 – 19th May 2024
St. Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales
£15 - £195
Outdoor Films, Coasteering, Surfing, Swimming, Stargazing, Yoga, SUP, Kayaking, Talks & Outdoor Workshops
Meeting point
TYF Adventure, St Davids, Wales
1-3 days

TYF Adventure and Adventure Uncovered present 'Outside', a brand new weekender including slow adventures, outdoor films and nature reconnection.

Supported by B Local Wales and B Local Bristol and Bath.

With nature connection at an all-time low, we’ve curated a weekend of outdoor activities and workshops in the wild, washed down with local food and night-time screenings of unseen purpose-driven adventure films, on the western tip of Wales.

West is the best, so get here and we'll do the rest. 


A new outdoor event, designed and co-organised in partnership with TYF Adventure, taking place in St Davids, Wales, join us in September!

Summary & Programme Highlights


Outside is a new microfestival, emerging from a TYF and AU collaboration, to inspire reconnection, rejuvenation and renewal. Join us for a weekend gathering on the Pembrokeshire cliff tops in May with wind-down vibes, slow starts and mindful adventuring. 

Food and drink 

Delicious food will be served up all weekend from local traders. Bring your own or buy onsite. We’re planning a big banquet to kick-off festivities on Friday evening, to build community and welcome all guests. We’ll close the weekend with a big brunch on Sunday. Both the Friday banquet and Sunday brunch are included in your ticket.


*Activities, talks/workshops and films

We’ve carefully curated a handful of workshops and activities for all abilities and energy levels. Morning swims, cliff-top yoga, photography, surfing and ocean bathing, amongst a few. With fireside talks on conservation, sustainable living and stories of adventure. All activities and workshops are opt-in for those looking to kick back and unwind completely, with inspiring collections of purpose-driven films screening from the AU archive each evening.

*Note: You can choose all your activities and workshops on arrival!

Friday, 17th May

  • From 3pm - Arrive and set up camp at Celtic Camping, followed by wild dip
  • 7pm - Welcome Banquet
  • 9pm - Films 

Saturday, 18th May

  • All Day - A selection of activities and workshops will be taking place throughout the day. Choose your session at checkout. For those looking for an unstructured weekend, bring your trainers, your board, your swimmers and sign up to activities on the day (note: we can’t guarantee what will be available).
  • 7-10pm - Adventure Uncovered will be showing an awesome selection of purpose-driven adventure films with live Q&As with filmmakers to inspire action and just, simply, set you smiling.
  • 10pm-late - Drinks and stories around the fire. 

Sunday, 19th May

  • 8am - 12pm - Activities and workshops will run from 8-12.
  • 12:30 - Brunch and closing ceremony
  • 2pm - Packdown and wander home. 

For those looking to extend the weekend, why not stay an extra night? (Book directly with Celtic Camping here).

*Note concessions are available for local Pembrokeshire residents, simply drop us an email with your postcode and we'll send you a £20 discount code!

Get your Tickets!

Activities, Talks & Workshops

*Please note if you purchase a day or weekend ticket, you can choose your activities and workshops on arrival 🙂

Speakers & Workshop Hosts

Laura Truelove

Laura Truelove

Laura is the Founder of Daughters of the Sea, a print and online magazine for and about cold water women surfers. However, it’s more than just a magazine, it has grown into an international community where women from all of the icy parts of the world come together to mobilise against issues affecting them and their communities. The ocean doesn’t discriminate and neither should we. We must protect it at all costs and Daughters of the Sea is about fostering and empowering community and connection.

Ella Sturley

Ella Sturley

Ella heads up stakeholder engagement at Câr-Y-Môr, a community benefit society in Pembrokeshire. They are the first 3D regenerative ocean farm in Wales, growing seaweed and shellfish. They have developed a range of food and non-food products, focusing on the circular life that seaweed can have in our worlds. Ella comes from a public health background and a huge love for the ocean. She worked as an outdoor instructor for a couple of years before moving into aquaculture and firmly believes in Câr-Y-Môr’s main aims: to use regenerative ocean farming, food security and sustainable job creation to 1) improve the coastal environment and 2) improve the wellbeing of the local community.

Elyssa Quinton

Elyssa Quinton

Elyssa is a marine biologist, media producer, surfer, and free diver who has a particular passion for blue carbon ecosystems. Her favourite place to be is exploring a dense seagrass meadow, particularly if she spots her favourite marine animal- the cuttlefish! She has just completed a year of communicating the scientific discoveries found by the Convex Seascape Survey, a 5-year scientific project aiming to quantify the carbon locked away in the seafloor. She has now moved into the field of Climate Science, where she will be continuing her journey as a Blue Carbon Scientist, and uniting innovative blue carbon science with the wider work Blue Marine Foundation do.

Chris Woodfield

Chris Woodfield

Chris is the Better Business and Futures Lead at TYF Adventure, and is passionate about the importance of nature connection in facilitating transformational change for people and planet. He is the Co-Founder of Aber Food Surplus, a food systems change not-for-profit in Aberystwyth, West Wales and he’s recently finished facilitating a Future Leaders programme on the Low Carbon Devon project at the Sustainable Earth Institute at the University of Plymouth. He’s excited about systems thinking, collaboration, regenerative leadership, and bold imagining to co-create the response needed to rise to the climate and nature challenge, is the B Corp Co-Chair for Wales and a Climate Fresk and Carbon Literacy facilitator. He loves wild swimming, long walking trips, running in the mountains, cycling touring, diving in the cold salty sea and is excited to explore how the outdoor and adventure industry can deliver regenerative change.

Phil Hawthorne

Phil Hawthorne

Phil is currently the Head of design and ESG at Red Paddle Co., having previously worked with InnovateUK, the Kingfisher group, and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. Phil passionately integrates design strategy and sustainability to create shared value, a vision that he knows will always have more room for innovation. His most recent accomplishment is the industry-leading Patented Compact board, which significantly reduces its environmental impact with its smaller pack size. Phil strongly believes in utilising product lifecycle strategies to ensure a greater positive impact in sustainable design. He advocates that having a positive impact should not be a compromise or hinder the ability to innovate in any field, quite the opposite in fact. With a curious mindset, he draws inspiration from nature, considering it one of the best sources for creativity. Phil is currently cherishing the moments with his new family, considering it the ultimate adventure!

Laura Ward

Laura Ward

Laura is a surf coach and co-founder of Shaka Surf, a Pembrokeshire-based surf school that is dedicated to empowering women and girls to take their place in the lineup. She is the host of Shaka Surf's Ocean Woman Podcast, which aims to celebrate women's surfing and increase women's representation in surf media. Laura is also a qualified adaptive surf instructor and is passionate about making the ocean accessible to everyone. She spent her childhood sailing the coast of California and Mexico with her family and as a result has a deep respect for the ocean and its inhabitants. She believes that helping people have awe-inspiring experiences in the ocean is vital for increasing engagement in ocean activism.

Gurpreet Dosanjh

Gurpreet Dosanjh

Prior to teaching yoga, Brixton Yoga founder Gurpreet played football for years, trained as a dance movement therapist, worked in the office of the leader of a political party in parliament (lots of stuff!) He hopes all this help him to connect to lots of different people from all walks of life and create super friendly and welcoming classes for all of you lovely yogis...

Freya Blyth

Freya Blyth

Freya is the Founder and Owner of The Bookshop by the Sea (an indie bookshop in Aberystwyth, West Wales, and The Aberystwyth Poetry Festival. The Bookshop by the Sea has won several awards for sustainable practice and is grounded by community, connection and conscience. Freya runs writing workshops to engage people in stories and how we communicate those to engage others. She has a masters degree from Aberystwyth University, self-published her first collections and has run libraries for peace word across the middle east and beyond.

Michelle Sanders

Michelle Sanders

Michelle is a social & environmental filmmaker whose work centers on peoples’ relationships to the planet, with a particular focus on our connections to the sea. With a background in the social sciences, she is guided by the belief that in order to protect the planet, we must understand our diverse and complex interconnections to it. This has led her to research climate tourism at the Great Barrier Reef, walk the Scottish countryside to understand foragers’ perceptions on the future of food, document climate action movements across London, and work on multimedia impact campaigns to protect America's Arctic from oil drilling. Michelle co-led and filmed the sailing expedition “Anthroposea: The Human Ocean” which explored the value of social sciences in marine research. She has worked with Fujifilm & Aquatech, BBC Digital, Netflix, Bastille, Project Impact, and more on a variety of biodiversity & climate focused films.

Sophie Jones

Sophie Jones

Sophie, The Flying Fit Foodie is a health and wellness expert, personal trainer and yoga teacher. She is the host of Sun and Salt Escapes and is exploring her passion of healthfulness. She offers bespoke and affordable personal online personal training and has spent more than 7 years travelling the world as a travel flight attendant. She specialises in supporting people who travel to find the balance between the enjoyment of travel and their fitness goals. By combining her sports education background and traditional ancient practice, she works to bridge the gap between functional movement and improve mobility whilst honouring the intention behind the practice.

Oscar Gue

Oscar Gue

With a background in sustainable biotechnology and the sociological study of sustainability, Oscar enjoys exploring how sustainability is adopted within the individual and at the level of the organisation. Having studied and worked all over the world, from the EU-led global projects to rural Bhutanese biogas, he brings a rich understanding of cultural sustainability to his consulting practice and workshop facilitation.

Will Powell

Will Powell

Will is a firm believer that optimal results are achieved when relationships are nurtured with a harmonious balance of excitement and trust. He understands the importance of fostering a culture that not only embraces challenges but also sees them as opportunities for innovation. With a background in marine science, Will also possesses a profound appreciation for aquatic life.

Getting there and what to bring

The event location is in a beautiful area at the westernmost point of mainland UK, close to the UK's smallest city, St. Davids.

Address: Celtic Camping, Pwllcaerog Farm, St Davids Pembrokeshire, SA62 6DG

By car: We recommend car sharing, and if you sign up to the event Facebook or Whatsapp Group, you can find lift sharing possibilities there.

By bus: There are no public bus routes to Celtic Camping from Haverfordwest or St Davids but this can be arranged by minibus. Please email to find out more. 

By train: Fishguard and Goodwick Station is the closest train station which is approximately 20 minutes drive or Haverfordwest is a 30-minute drive. 

By bike: For the bike packers among us, the full address is Celtic Camping, Pwllcaerog Farm, St Davids Pembrokeshire, SA62 6DG and there is stunning coastal scenery to keep you company on your last few miles.

Camping and activities
Alongside your camping set up, bring outdoor gear, trainers you don't mind getting wet, a pair of old shorts to wear over your wetsuit and anything else you might need for a weekend in the wild. We can't guarantee the weather and regardless, we'll be running most activities and all films. So come prepared with warm, dry clothes, blankets and flasks of hot tea. For the keen yogis, bring your mat and for the rest, we'll do it barefoot in the grass. 

Film screenings in the evenings: Remember to bring a camping chair, blanket or cushion to kick back, relax and enjoy the films. 



Adventure Uncovered Film Festival, Wales - Saturday's night main event.


Directed by Michelle Sanders

Anthroposea: The Human Ocean explores how we are all fundamentally part of the ocean. The film aims to convey the importance of social science to conserving the ocean, with a mission to inspire and inform more people to consider these fields in their environmental work. The film was made durin...

Directed by Will Reddaway

Tragedies in former lifeguard Brendon Prince's past forced a huge change in his life to pursue water safety education. But in the pursuit of raising awareness for this cause he must put his own life at risk, pushing his limits and attempting something that no one has ever accomplished before. Is...

Directed by Palmer Morse

Effective communication is a challenge every climber faces. It’s a sport that requires intense focus, dedication, and overcoming fear. For Deaf climber Sonya Wilson, communication and community is of vital importance. Elevated is a non-verbal film sharing Sonya’s experience as a Deaf woman and ou...

Directed by Arthur Neumeier

In Patagonia Films’ For the Love of the Sea, a family pioneers a movement to revive the Welsh coastline and a fishing industry that locals have depended on for decades. The documentary short follows Câr y Môr, the first community-owned regenerative ocean farm in Wales. Cultivating versatile crops...

Directed by Andrew Harrison Brown

The ocean has been a source of spiritual connection, traditional knowledge and cultural practices for the Makah people for generations. After learning to surf through a local non-profit nearly half a decade ago, 13-year-old Ava now uses her sport as a way to connect with the land, ocean, and her...

Directed by Phil Hill

Jude Palmer became incredibly ill with mental health struggles. Liminal explores how wild swimming in rivers, lakes and oceans has helped her deal with her illness and how she now helps others discover the benefits of nature and being in water. Jude likes having adventures and loves taking others...

Directed by Cliff Kapono

Over 80% of the world's oceans are unexplored. Pro surfer/scientist Cliff Kapono and the MEGA lab are trying to map the reefs at the best surf breaks on the planet. Using new technology, the spirit of adventure and the desire to engage local community members, the team quickly discovers the...

Directed by Anna Burns

'Recycled to Ride' features Korey Nolan, a local New Hampshire surfer and surf crafter. Nolan has blended his love of surfing with his passion for environmental advocacy to create sustainable, creative surf craft that inspires change. Along with his sustainable fin brand hydrophile surfcraft, Nol...

Directed by Dan McDougall

Set in Correa, Down East Maine, USA, Salt Lines tells the extraordinary and uplifting story of a single mother, hauling lobster traps for a living in an unforgiving man’s world. Raising her own son, created with an anonymous sperm donor, to be the fifth generation “Lobsterman” in her family, whil...

Directed by Emily L Doig

Sheri Tingey defied the odds and expectations of those around her by starting a company at age 50 that revolutionized the outdoor industry and changed the way paddle sports in the backcountry are viewed around the world. 'Sheri' is an incredible story about Sheri's life, the hurdles she overcame...

Directed by Dominic Gill

Soul Deep is a look inside a burgeoning rock climbing movement of inner-city African Americans taking up the sport and making it their own. At 14-minutes it explores non-profit gym Memphis Rox and three of its customers who are finding their own ways to identify with the sport.

Directed by Rozanna Barry

A girl's weekend away like no other. Wanting an adventure that had never been done before (and that could happen on their doorstep), friends Bex Band and Emma Rosen attempt to packraft and hike between the longest, highest and deepest lakes in England. Battling achy arms, bad weather, mum-guilt a...


Follow the life changing events that led window cleaner Steve Truluck to discover his passion - helping others fulfil their dreams of connecting with orcas. Steve was trapped in a mundane life, but a job relocation to Scotland unexpectedly ignited what quickly became an obsession for marine wildl...



Arrival and set up camp at Celtic Camping, followed by Wild Dip


Welcome Banquet


Outdoor films under the stars

All Day

 Various activities, talks and workshops


Adventure Uncovered Film Festival

22:00 - late

Drinks and stories around the campfire

8:00 - 12:00

Activities and workshops


Brunch and closing ceremony


Pack down and wander home, or stay for another night or two if you wish!

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