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Our Favourite Family Friendly Festivals

June 21, 2017Lifestyle, Things To Do, Uncategorised

Glastonbury’s doors have officially opened meaning one thing, it’s the start of the British festival season! If before having kids you were a party animal who used to chill at festivals with friends, there is no reason to stop now! With many festivals having child-friendly camping spots, entertainment tents for tiny tots and plenty of space to run around, it’s a weekend the whole family will enjoy. So pick up a pair of wellies, grab your kids and enjoy a weekend away at a festival this summer.

Bestival – Dorset

7-10th Sepetember

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Camp Bestival is a celebration of arts, culture and music that is perfect for little one’s to attend. Children will love the huge confetti cannon, large bouncy castle and of course, Mr Tumble.

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Latitude – Suffolk

13-16th July

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One of the most chilled out festivals the UK has to offer, Latitude is an ethical festival filled with big music stars, comedians and live theatre acts. Latitude also has amazing facilities for families including a children’s tent, a tent for teens aged 12+ and so much more!

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The Big Feastival – The Cotswolds

25-27th August

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Food, music and raising money for charity – what could be better? Get the chance to eat gourmet street food, listen to some of the biggest names in pop and let little one’s learn all about healthy eating in a fun, laid back environment.

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Wilderness Festival – Oxfordshire

3rd -6th August

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Be at one with nature at Wilderness festival this summer! This is a super cool festival with a big emphasis on being kind to planet. Listen to music on the main stage or spend time at the kid’s tents pimping pineapples, doing yoga and playing cricket. This is a fun-filled weekend where you can switch off and enjoy your surroundings.

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