20th - 23rd August 2020
Location: Crickhowell, Brecon Beacons, Wales
7th to 10th August 2014
Sit back, relax, and savour the delights of a quintessentially English weekend.
Don’t mind if I do!
We have been to a lot of festivals as a family and Wilderness has certainly topped the most idyllic setting for us.
Just gorgeous. You can’t help but relax.
I run Lost Kids and Child Welfare from our space, Angel Gardens, at a number of festivals and thought it would be of great use for you lovely festivaling parents to tell you what goes on behind the scenes and my tips for you and your children should you find yourself separated. This is a long and comprehensive post because all of the information in it is important and I urge you to read it, but if you haven’t got time right now then skip to the end where we have listed our TOP TIPS.
A parent’s review of Moe’s Bee Crèche at Shambala 2012.
This was the first year that Moe had run the Bee Crèche at Shambala Festival, and I hope it’s not the last.
We have three children – a 5 year old and 2 year old twins. Even at a festival where there’s lots to occupy them everyday life is incredibly tiring, so given the chance for three hours off we grabbed it eagerly.
We went to have a look round the crèche on the Friday morning – we were allowed to take the children in and to see how we felt about it. Read more…
If the title of this post grabbed your attention, then it’s probably a good idea to have a good think about your priorities at a festival before you go… will you feel short-changed if the adult-time doesn’t happen, or is it just an added bonus if you manage it?
One of our contributors, Louise, shared her take on adult-time with us Read more…