Info for conference attendees

As the conference draws closers, we’ll be keeping this page up to date with all the relevant information you may find useful as a conference attendee, in addition to answering any frequently asked questions.


  1. Workshop booking

    1. How to book your workshop place: Step-by-step

  2. Conference times

  3. Essential Checklist


Workshop booking

When booking your workshop please remember:

  • Strictly ONE WORKSHOP per conference attendee
    (you can't be in two places at once after all!)

  • You'll need the order reference from your conference ticket purchase

  • Details of the available workshops can be found here:

How to book your workshop place: Step-by-step guide


Step 1:

  • Visit the Eventbrite registration page (or click the “Book your workshop“ button above).

  • When the page loads, click on the green “Register Button“:


Step 2:

  • After clicking the green “Register Button“ on the previous step, you will see a pop-up window, like the one shown here.

  • Choose the workshop you’d like by clicking on it’s drop-down menu and select “1” instead of “0“.

  • The “Checkout“ button will now become green to acknowledge that you’ve made a selection. Click on the “Checkout“ button to continue.


Step 3:

  • Fill out your information and provide an email address to receive your workshop ticket.

  • You’ll need to provide the order reference from your conference ticket purchase, this is so that we can validate that you are a conference attendee.

  • Once you’ve filled in your information, simply press the green “Complete Registration“ button to finish.

Conference Times

Friday, 10 May 2019

2.00p.m. onwards -- Residential delegates can check in to Eastwood Hall Hotel

3.00p.m. onwards -- On-site registration for all attendees

4.30p.m. --  Official opening ceremony 

Sunday, 12 May 2019

5.00p.m.  -- Conference ends

Essential Checklist

So you’ve sorted your tickets - that’s good, but don’t rest on your laurels.
We recommend quickly running through this essential checklist, to make sure you’re fully prepared for the conference.

  1. Accommodation
    If you’ve got a residential ticket then you’re already covered.
    However, if you’re arranging your own accommodation then we can recommend two nearby hotels.

  2. Travel arrangements
    I’m sure it goes without saying, it’s a jolly good idea to know how you’re going to get here:

  3. Cash!
    The conference setting is in the heart of the beautiful countryside, however this means cash machines are not readily available.
    So we recommend that you bring some cash with you, just in case you’re tempted to buy any of the wonderful Weleda products, books (including personally signed copies), flower/seashore essences, or the odd drink and other delights.

  4. Workshop place
    Make sure you book your workshop place, while you could decide on the day - some workshops might have filled up.
    So to avoid disappointment we advice booking your workshop as soon as you’ve got your conference ticket.

  5. More to be added soon…