Tim Rees, founder of the Unearthed Festival, on his otherworldly, free-spirited home county
Something about Pembrokeshire’s location gives it an otherworldly edge. It’s out on the peninsula, the end of the land surrounded by sea, and sometimes as the mist comes in, it feels as though we’re in some primordial soup – neither water nor land.
I was born on a farm here in Cerbid, a fourth generation of farmers. Although I’ve lived around the world, my heart’s always been firmly in Pembrokeshire. I came back in 2010 and have been living here in a yurt ever since.
Source: The Guardian