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  1. elfweirdigan

    The Green Gathering 2018

    The Green Gathering will return to it's gorgeous site near Chepstow for its 8th year, 2nd-5th August. Earlybird tickets are £90 https://www.bristolticketshop.co.uk/eventdetails.aspx?e=16129 We had a lot of weather this year and getting off site was a bit tricky for some, but we did a LOT better than some other festivals and mostly our site was green and grassy, not rutted mud trenches! It's such a great festival, real depth - LOADS to do for all ages - proper friendly, community feel - inspiring, feeds your soul - non-commercial - 'a festival beyond hedonism'. Check out the website for more flavour http://www.greengathering.org.uk/ If you're going to miss Glastonbury and usually spend a lot of time in the Green Fields... try The Green Gathering, you'll LOVE it!
  2. Minety Music Festival

    Minety Music Festival 2018

    MINETY MUSIC FESTIVAL 2018 Shortlisted at the UK Festival Award 2017 (Best New Festival category), Minety Music Festival is a family friendly 'not for profit' festival, run entirely by volunteers. Visit our website: www.minetyfestival.co.uk to find out all the big news and line-up announcements. Tickets available online now!
  3. Minety Music Festival

    MINETY MUSIC FESTIVAL 2018

    MINETY MUSIC FESTIVAL 2018 Shortlisted at the UK Festival Award 2017 (Best New Festival category), Minety Music Festival is a family friendly 'not for profit' festival, run entirely by volunteers. Visit our website: www.minetyfestival.co.uk to find out all the big news and line-up announcements. Tickets available online now!
  4. Hello everyone, We just booked our tickets for Isle of Wight festival next year. ( weekend camping) This is our first time with kids. we are all excited any tips where is best to pitch our tents? I tried to book the family camping but it’s fully booked. Any tips ? Please thank you in advance
  5. elfweirdigan

    The Green Gathering 2017

    The Green Gathering will be back in its gorgeous location, just 18 miles from Bristol, 3rd-6th August 2017. New website launched today www.greengathering.org.uk with EARLYBIRD TICKETS £85 from Bristol Ticket Shop until they run out. Just a few acts announced so far - its early days - One Eyed God (punk-ska-reggae), BAAB (Swedish folk with a difference), The Antipoet (cabaret-meets-poetry-meets-punk/folk), Banjo Bill Lloyd (Appalachian, Bluegrass, Irish, and Traveller tunes), Creedy (psychedelic folk) and The Wierdstring Band (a whole lot of strings, humour and an 'anarchist ceilidh'). The Green Gathering usually has a good and eclectic selection of bands across intimate and outdoor stages; and a whole lot of other stuff too. More workshops, debates, crafts, and interesting stuff to engage with than most festivals except the real biggies like Glastonbury... all in a 5000-person festival that's easy to get around and about as friendly and laid back as anyone could hope for. With reasonably priced bars, really good food, loads for families to do, spacious campsites... it's good.
  6. STSA is held at Hatfield Outdoor Activity Centre (Also Known as Hatfield Marina and Hatfield Water Park). The venue is ideally situated just off of the M180, it is close to local amenities, is perfect for disabled visitors and families and has a host of onsite activities and facilities. Being a campsite all year round, there is on site, a large toilet and shower block and water access points across the site. Also on site are, a selection of climbing walls, an aerial assault course, a smaller assault course at ground level and also a children's park. The water itself will be closed off throughout the weekend for safety reasons. Car Parking will be situated in a field next to the park, so only a short walk with your gear to get pitched up. The car park and camping will be open from 10am on Friday the 2nd June, with the main arena opening at 12pm, music starting from 2pm. Our new 'Twin Stage' shall have over 30 bands playing across the weekend and the 'Hidden Stage' will be host to some more FANTASTIC acts, as well as open mic/busking times. 2017 will also see more workshops and hands on activities for all ages, plus street performers for added entertainment. After being nominated AND shortlisted for the 'Best Family Festival' at the UK Festival Awards last year we are keen to live upto and grow that reputation. For a full line up, please visit our website or find us on facebook to be kept up to date.
  7. Marga Padi Productions

    Glastonbury festival with kids

    Hello everybody! I'm Marga, I work for a production company based in Barcelona. We're looking for a family or someone with kids who is going to Glastonbury Festival this year (2014) in order to make an interview about his/her/their experience. We are preparing a documentary about camping. Please, if you are a family going or you know someone who is going contact me at: marga@padiproductions.com Thank you!! You can visit our website: www.padiproductions.com
  8. The amazing FUSE Festival 2013 takes place in Beacon Park, Lichfield between 12th and 14th July. A weekend of non-stop and free musical entertainment. This fantastic family arts festival is in its 13th year and continues to be a major event in the community calendar. Over the last few years it has attracted up to 20.000 over the weekend to see and take part in a myriad of activities from professional and amateur music performances, arts and crafts, spoken word, comedy and children's activities. This year appearing on stage: the likes of Knoxville Highway, The Valvolines, Peter Parker’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Club, The Offbeat and Fred Zeppelin just to name a few.
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