Wychwood Festival 2023 Review

Vibrant and inclusive, Wychwood festival catered to the needs and interests of all family members. It was a friendly community and a weekend filled with laughter, music and excitement. Blessed with sunshine, groups and families gathered to enjoy a weekend of pure joy together. Wychwood was a family hit.

Wychwood 2015 Review

This year we kicked off our festival season with a trip to Wychwood in Cheltenham. It’s been on my festival wish list for a while now and I’m pleased to report that it didn’t disappoint. Despite torrential rain just before we arrived I was immediately struck by how friendly everyone was. Our Sat Nav somehow […]

Wychwood 2014 Review

A Lovely 10th Birthday Party Looking back through past line ups, Wychwood appears very impressive for one of the smaller festivals, and for their tenth birthday celebrations, they pulled out all the stops! This is definitely an extremely family orientated festival, almost exclusively attended by young families. A massive focal point of the festival was […]

Wychwood 2013 Review

After a weekend at Wychwood Festival, my son ran through the school door telling his teacher and friends all about dragons, staying up late, making friends, eating crumpets, dancing to music, seeing Mr Bloom, bubbles and bouncy castles. So if you asked him if he enjoyed it, I would say it was a big YES.  […]

Wychwood 2012 Review

Wychwood: 8th to 10th June 2012 Reviewer: Romany (from Festival Kidz) I hadn’t planned on writing a review for Wychwood, and this isn’t really going to be a full-on review as such because we went to Wychwood last weekend as traders so it’s hard to get a balanced perspective.  But I was so pleasantly surprised […]

Wychwood 2011 Review

What was the weather like? Mixed rain and sun.  Campsite very flat so no problems with flooding! How old were your children? 4, 5 & 7 Getting to the Wychwood 2011 and setting up camp: We were there early but friends of ours had to queue for ages to get in – there seemed to be […]

Blissfields 2013 Review

Blissfields is exactly the right size for a family festival and with an atmosphere so friendly you will instantly feel part of a community. It is neither too big that your children will get lost or too small that there is nothing to do.

Wychwood Festival

Highlights for Families: As well as the music, film and comedy on offer, you’ll find workshops for all ages, Seminars, Guest Speakers, a music quiz, the Healing Gardens, walkabout circus performers and street theatre, a special toddler’s area, AND a Children’s Literature Festival with story telling shows, children’s authors and illustrators, and creative activities.

Website of the Week: The Times Saturday Review!

Wahey! The Times thinks we’re a bit cool then?!  Wow! So I come back from a hard weekend trading at Wychwood festival only to discover that none other than The Times has chosen us for its website of the week in the Saturday Review.  We’re there on the bottom left hand corner of page 30. […]