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SPONSORS & PARTNERS

Friends of Life Lessons - we are proud to be collaborating with a handful of partners in order to expand the Life Lessons experience. These people help us to create a festival unlike any other.

The Sunday Times

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Headline Media Partner

The Sunday Times, founded in 1822, is Britain’s best-read quality newspaper. It has won a clutch of awards for its Insight team investigations unit, its foreign reporting and its magazine features and interviews, in particular.

At the 2019 Press Awards The Sunday Times won Sunday Newspaper of the Year, the political editor Tim Shipman was named both the Political Reporter of the Year and Political Commentator of the Year, and Decca Aitkenhead was selected as Interviewer of the Year. 


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Main stage partner - DUG

We dug deep and discovered a new, plant-based alternative for making drinks: the genius potato. DUG, our new potato-based drink is deliciously creamy, makes perfect foam in coffee, works just like any other milk, and just so happens to be the most sustainable alternative on the market. Genius, right?

DUG will be launching in early 2021, created by Veg of Lund, an innovative Swedish company, rooted in scientific food research at Lund University, Sweden. Our mission is to make it easy for you to make a no compromise, plant-based, tasty and sustainable choice, free from common allergens, that will benefit your health, society and the future of our planet. Above all, we are committed to maintaining a low ecological footprint, through efficient land use, low water consumption, and sustainable packaging.


Chiswick House & Gardens

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Chiswick House is among the most glorious examples of 18th-century British architecture and makes a fascinating day out in West London. The third Earl of Burlington, who designed this noble Roman-style Palladian villa, drew inspiration from his Grand Tours of Italy.

The Gardens - birthplace of the English Landscape Movement - are open following a major restoration which has revealed the original vistas and repaired the statues and garden buildings.


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