With Evelyn (9), Martha (6) and Ada (2) We have always wanted to visit Elderflower Fields. But we always seem to have something on over the first weekend of the May half term. This year the stars of our many online calendars finally aligned. When school finished we jumped in the car and headed straight […]
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Elderflower Fields review from guest writer Christine and family. We rocked up at Elderflower Fields and were bowled over by the beautiful views. There were lots of happy children climbing trees and excitedly observing a resident vole family they’d found. We immediately felt relaxed and the cares of every day life just drifted away.
Elderflower Fields continues to get better and better – a truly magical woodland adventure. We have been massively excited in the run up to Elderflower Fields this year as it always feels like the start of summer. Last year’s weather was a bit amiss so we decided to go all out and hire a motor […]
Camping in half term is a family favourite event for us and this year we were even more excited than usual as we were off to Elderflower Fields; a family focused festival full of activities for the kids in beautiful Sussex countryside. The festival is currently in its 5th year and has a capacity of 3000 which means it’s small […]
We all enjoyed Elderflower Fields 2015. The Sussex location was idyllic, far-reaching views, mature trees, beautiful woods with ponds and bluebells; we couldn’t spot any elderflower though, maybe it was a bit early?
Music and adventure in the woods… 23 – 26 May 2014 Review by Nikki Payne If you have young children, who love a bit of adventure, outdoors, and want to be kept busy then this is a festival for them. If, as a parent, you are happy to spend most of the day watching and helping […]
Elderflower Fields is a small, independent festival, created in 2012 by a small team of friends originally in the Sussex countryside and now also at the stunning location of Stanford Hall in Leicestershire – the perfect environment for kids and grown-ups to fully escape for the weekend. Save 10% on tickets with code ‘FestivalKidz’ here […]
This was our second year at Into The Trees. It is such a gorgeous event. This mini festival is the younger sister of the very popular Elderflower Fields, which takes place in May at the same idyllic location. Into The Trees offers a glorious escape from the pressures of our fast paced lives in our everyday […]
Parent review: Elderflower Fields 2019 A small, independent festival, created in 2012 by a team of friends and set within the stunning private grounds and magical woodland of Pippingford Park in the Ashdown Forest. Elderflower Fields is the perfect environment for kids and grown-ups to fully escape for the weekend. Elderflower Fields Midlands launches in […]
Here are our favourites, our tried and tested. The festivals we return to year after year. These are the festivals we give our Festival Kidz recommended stamp of approval. So what are the best family festivals for 2020, as recommended by Festival Kidz parents?