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Top 10 family friendly festivals in 2018

Mohamed Anhari
24th April 2018
woman in fairy costume - family-friendly festivals in 2018

3/10 Elderflower Fields, East Sussex, 25-28 May

Elderflower Fields – ‘The Family Festival’ – came runner-up in our Family Traveller Awards, and for very good reason. Newly located in Pippingford Park, in the heart of the Ashdown Forest, there are stunning views across rugged heathland and ancient woods, and plenty of space to run around.

The family-centric festival is all about enjoying your time together and making sure there’s something for everyone in the huge line up of fun kid-friendly activities. Discover sports and arts camps, interactive sessions on music, theatre and dance, and enjoy over 50 musicians and performers across the site. Get out into the wilderness and explore your wild side in the seven unique areas, like the Leapfrog Lawns and Lazy Glades, take part in urban woods activities, and learn about wildlife and the environment.

Taking a break from all of the fun, you can look forward to food from quality, family run, Sussex-based vendors who celebrate and promote locally sourced, organic and fair trade ingredients whenever possible

Adult tickets cost £130, ages 6-16 £72.50, ages 3-5 £20 and under 3s are £1.

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