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Inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Festival, innocent is bringing its own ‘60s inspired mini-festival, Goodstock to All Together Now this August Bank Holiday weekend. Goodstock will brighten festival-goers’ days with fun activities and tasty drinks.

In typical innocent fashion and tying in with the ethos behind All Together Now, the entire event will be keeping sustainability at its core. Everything, from flags made from old tents to upcycled furniture, will be used to create a fun and relaxing experience. 

Goodstock will also be hosting a timetable of activities and workshops for the crafty, the curious and the sustainably conscious. Festival-goers can participate in the live giant artwork piece ‘Butterfly Effect’ by Martina Shannon or have a go at playing the ukulele.

If neither of those are of interest, festival-goers can get their creative juices flowing at the following workshops:

Festival Essentials – Make ponchos, tote bags and other essentials from reclaimed items.

Accessories To Dye For – Turning old clothes into tie-dye psychedelic masterpieces.

Knot For The Ordinary – Learn the ancient art form of Macramé that’s all the rage again.

Rejuvenate Your State –  Come, chill, indulge in a head massage or group-led mindfulness meditation 

All Together Now attendees are invited to book workshop places by texting the WORKSHOP NAME followed by their own NAME to 085 183 6659. 

Of course, the best news is, all of the above come with some free, tasty innocent drinks.

Speaking about Goodstock, Johanne Lorge, Marketing Manager at innocent drinks, Ireland said: "All Together Now is a sustainable and environmentally friendly festival so this is a great fit for us. At innocent, we want to leave things better than we found them, and when we’re doing business, we want to do it in a way that’s good for the planet and the people on it. We’re delighted to have a platform like All Together Now where we can shout about our shared values.”

 To learn more visit innocentdrinks.ie or join the conversation on @innocentireland



We could easily spend hours lusting over all of the stunning homes on Airbnb – especially during the dreary throws of January.

Luckily, Airbnb has revealed which of their stunning properties has accumulated the most wanderlusting likes on Instagram over the past 12 months. Unsurprisingly, the most popular community-generated images were dominated by breathtaking views – because who wants to look out the window of their holiday home if there’s no view to see?

While we’re used to seeing Mauritian water villas and NYC skylines on the travel-grams of the trends, Airbnbs most popular property is actually based much further afield…

10. The Triangle Siargao – General Luna, Siargao Island Philippines

A-framed cabins were a big hit with Airbnb’s Instagram followers in 2017 and they show no sign of waning in popularity.

With over 45,000 likes, this shot taken by @thetriangle.siargao perfectly encapsulates the authentic, rustic jungle vibe.

9. Exclusive Villa with Private Dock – Piano di Sorrento, Italy

Italy makes makes it’s memorable mark with this sweeping view of the Amalfi Coast.

The image, taken from the terrace of a cliffside Home on Airbnb, was shot by @lizbedor and has already garnered over 49,000 likes – and it’s not surprising that stunning Italian destinations will crop up four times on this top 10.

8. Incredible Apartment & Views Pool – Perledo, Lake Como, Italy

There’s no such thing as a bad view of Lake Como.

But the outlook from Alistair and Vicki’s apartment high above the village of Varenna is hard to beat. Beautifully captured by @sssoph90 and garnering almost 50,000 likes, this view is truly incredible

7. Vintage Design and Contemporary Art – Trastevere, Italy

An urban view this time, and another Airbnb Plus Home made the grade in this year’s review of most liked listings on Instagram.

In seventh position and amassing over 50,000 likes, the image taken by @jonisan is the only urban view to make it to this year’s top ten

6. The Boat House – New South Wales, Australia

Unless you’re an expert swimmer, the only way to reach Susan’s house on the Hawkesbury River is by boat.

The shot, taken by @sarahlianhan, captures the magic of the Home’s splendid waterside setting and has clocked up over 55,000 likes.

5. BEAUTIFUL RIAD Marrakech – Morocco

With just under 60,000 likes, this poolside snap taken by @theresatorp really evokes the spirit of Marrakech.

After a morning spent weaving through the town’s charming souks, this shaded traditional courtyard is the perfect spot to relax and cool down.

4. Joshua Tree Campover Cabin – Joshua Tree, CA

The fourth most liked image on Airbnb’s Instagram account in 2018 was also about rural vistas. This 1950s renovated Airbnb Plus cabin sits on over 22 acres and was the perfect place for @alalam100 to enjoy unobstructed sunrises and sunsets from the comfort of his own bed.

The image was liked over 65,000 times.

3.  Willow Treehouse – secluded, unique, romantic – Willow, NY

This shot, taken from inside a strikingly modern treehouse near Woodstock in New York state, has been liked an impressive 70,000 times.

Taken by @cristinarnieto, the image offers a tantalizing glimpse of an idyllic woodland setting that has made the treehouse Home such a hit with its many guests.

2. Lazzarella Room in Old Mill – Amalfi Coast, Ravello, Italy

The romance of Italy is perfectly captured in this photo taken by @jugglesatparties from the dining room of an old mill turned Home in Ravello, Italy.

Looking out over a heavily forested valley, a mere stone’s throw from the Amalfi Coast, it’s easy to see why this photo amassed almost 90,000 likes.

1. LUC 22 Boutique Alpine Retreat – Queenstown, New Zealand

The most liked photo on Airbnb’s Instagram profile in 2018 shows a bathroom like no other.

With almost 110,000 likes, this stunning Lake Wakatipu panorama, taken by @chachi86 from inside his Home on Airbnb, was a clear hit among lovers of a bathtub soak with a view.