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Our professionally managed, passionately run, and eye catching Juice Bars can be found at festivals and events throughout the UK and Australia.

With 25 years of experience in the catering industry - from the hustle and bustle of larger festivals to more intimate corporate events - our qualified and enthusiastic team provides a fun healthy entertaining service whatever the occasion.


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As a single travel writer I once lived the dream of everlasting summer, spending the Aussie winter in Europe or the US.  But then I got hitched and we produced sprogs, severely clipping my wings.

But Australian-English couple Trish Tucker and Joe May, who have two boys, Jackpot aged 7 and Roary, 4, are proof that summer never has to end and that you don’t have to live in one place to be happy and balanced.

Every year, professional clown Joe and juice bar owner Trish spend six months in Australia and six in Europe, travelling the festival circuit with their kids, he performing thought-provoking high-jinks and she purveying nutritous drinks.

What’s more Trish gave up a career as a high-powered finance executive, and former teacher Joe, waved goodbye to becoming Britain’s youngest headmaster to do it. 

“Working in insurance I was just a number,” says Trish, “now I do something I love, keeping people healthy at festivals.”

The family own homes in Gloucestershire and the NSW Great Lakes, live-in buses fitted with kitchen, beds and bathroom in both countries and are about to embark on their 25thconsecutive summer.  Their boys also attend school in both England and Australia but says Joe, “learn as much from seeing and doing, on the road”.

It’s taken 12 years for this resilient, innovative family to create this enviable life and there’s been sacrifice and heartache along the way.  But now both the aptly-named “Passion for Juice” and “Passion for Laughter” are flourishing.

“You can do it, you can have the life that you want,” asserts Joe May, “work hard and make it happen.” 

Usually I say this at festivals or schools when dressed in lycra and a tutu,” he adds with a smile, “or when I’ve just climbed through a tennis racket."

Daniel Scott

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Australian Travel Writer of the Year 2011 (ASTW)

2014 Winner Australian Society of Travel Writers Award for Best International Story Under 1000 words, Finalist Best International Story Over 1000 words and Best Australian Story Under 1000 words

AFTA Travel Writer of the Year Finalist 2014

Canadian Tourism Commission Go Media Awards Finalist 2014

Contributor to Wall Street JournalUK TelegraphThe Guardian,Melbourne AgeThe Sydney Morning HeraldNew Zealand Herald