Gloworm Festival

17th - 18th August 2019

Location: Thoresby Park, Netherfield Lane, Newark NG22 9EP

Website: glowormfestival.co.uk

The family orientated Gloworm Festival began very successfully in 2015. It provides a festival full of great music and children’s entertainment, workshops and activites.

There will be literary performances, and a whole host of popular children’s TV favourites.

Family Friendly Fun

What makes this family friendly festival that little bit more wonderful is that once you have a ticket there are no hidden costs, apart from the obvious food, drinks, market stalls etc. The rides are free, the workshops are free, and the activities are all free once you are in.

There are a host of activities, games and workshops along with a miniature petting farm. You can be sure that your day will be jammed packed of fun and entertainment at this unique family festival!

You can find out more about the Gloworm Festival by going to www.Glowormfestival.co.uk. Follow them on Facebook www.Facebook.com/GlowormFestival or on Twitter by searching for @GlowormFest

Camping

Camping in Clumber Park is permitted, however if you and the little ones want to stay on site at Clumber this will have to be arranged directly through them! Please call the Clumber Park Camp Site directly on 01909 506 581.

There are other camp sites in the area you can use, for more information see the festival’s accomodation information.

Festival Fundraising

Not only is the festival going to be superbly magical, but they are also helping to raise money for a local Nottinghamshire charity.

The School For Parents is a school like no other. Their mission is to improve the lives of disabled children and their families through providing educational, welfare and health services. They help and support families who have children with a wide range of disabilities such as Cerebral palsy, motor disorders, head injuries, genetic disorders such as Down syndrome, muscular dystrophy and many many others.

Read more about the charity fundraising on the Gloworm blog.