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Family friendly festivals you must visit in the UK 2019

Updated: Apr 25, 2020

2019 has seen the rise in festivals in the UK with so many to choose from. It’s not always easy looking for the right festival to attend, but when you have children it is even harder. We like to make sure the festivals we attend are family friendly, and by family friendly we don’t just mean a bouncy castle shoved in the corner (Yes really this happens). I don’t want to take my kids to a festival that claims to be family friendly, you get there and it’s full of teenagers smoking weed and drinking liver damage amounts of alcohol. We have been to a few festivals that claimed to be family friendly when in all honesty they probably weren’t even teenage friendly. So to save you the hassle I have made a list of the best family friendly festivals taking place across the UK in 2019. Green Man Festival– Powys- 15th-18th AugustGreen Man Festival is without a doubt the ultimate family friendly festival, it is the one that I instantly think of when someone asks me to recommend a good family event. With lots of areas packed with activities for all ages, woodland wandering and great music in the best atmosphere. WILDHOOD Festival – Tullibole Castle 2019 sees WILDHOOD in its second year, with so many great reviews this festival is a must for little ones. From wand making to Forest School. You really will have a wonderful weekend Deershed Festival – North Yorkshire – 26th-28th JulyLots for everyone to enjoy from Great music, comedy shows, Science workshops, Sports, crafts and woodland fun! There’s even lots for under 5s too. Elderflower Fields – East Sussex – 24th-27th MaySpecifically aimed at parents + Kids with lots of Music to enjoy, Sports, arts and educational workshops for the little ones. Camp Bestival – Dorset – 25th-28th July Fantastic music, lots of activities, performances, circus skills, arts & crafts, Vintage fairground and a dedicated toddle area. What’s not to love? The Big Feastival – Oxfordshire – 23rd-25th August The Foodie festival you need to be at. With tons of fantastic top notch chefs, live music and workshops for the mini chefs. Geronimo Festival – Arley Hall – 24th-27th MayWith so much to do here at geronimo you will truly be spoilt for choice. You could choose to go climbing,Watch the performances by some of the best childrens entertainers in the business, Archery, fort building, jousting and so so so much more. Cornbury Music Festival – Cotswolds – 5th-7th July The best boutique family friendly festival. Great lineup of music, lots of free activities for the kids, forest skills and fairground Nozstock – Herefordshire – 19th-21st July The festival that is all about play, also great music, comedy, theatre and arts and crafts. Curious arts festival – Hampshire – 23rd-26th AugustA celebration of artistic talent with lots of activities for everyone to get involved in. Brilliant music,comedy acts, snail-racing, and children’s film workshop. And don’t forget the midnight bat walks.

If you attend any of the festivals, feel free to tag me @thepeppermintpixie and I will share your pictures. Did I miss your favourite from the list? Let me know.



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