Elderflower Fields is the perfect first festival for families with kids. You can release your wild side and try something new on Fri 24 – Mon 27 May.
Set in an enchanting Sussex wilderness next to Pippingford Park, just 30 minutes from Brighton, this is an award-winning weekend of fantastic activities. Seven unique areas, each with their own focus, offer inspiration through sports, the arts, science, nature, wellbeing, spoken word and an array of performance.
Relax in the woodland spa, try early morning yoga or a wood-fired hot tub before joining the day’s fun. Slacklining, pond dipping, mountain boarding, kayaking, bat detecting or simply exploring this unique environment. Elderflower Fields offers a rare chance for kids to be free and imaginations to run wild.
For those of you that might want to stay up late, Mortimer Nannies and their qualified carers will be running a cosy area packed with fun and games, so parents can catch their favourite band.
There’s always plenty of great food and drink at Elderflower, every year bringing new and exciting vendors along with a few favourites. As well as populist kid’s fayre – pizza, pasta and waffles, they’re introducing Egyptian wraps from Cairovan, loaded fries from This Fine Day, South American arepas from Penelope’s Pitstop Pantry and much more! The emphasis as always is on local quality and variety for all ages, tastes and dietary requirements.
While Elderflower Fields is unashamedly all about the kids, there’s also arrange of adults-only activities to keep the older ones happy.
Elderflower Fields comes to Sussex’s Pippingford Park on Fri 24 – Mon 27 May 2019