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Arts and Culture Festivals Motorhomes Hire Recommended

Festival Motorhomes Hire are all passionate about Festivals Arts and Culture, we realised there was no website to find out about good Arts and culture events and where to stay with a motorhome hire. So we are offering you all information about fixing this.

Art Festivals focus on dance, drama, cinema, literature and other art-oriented activities (as well as music) and are usually set in spectacular, interesting locations. They can be expensive; we offer as a accommodation our Big range of motorhomes hire

We are proud to give you the web's definitive guide for UK Arts & Culture Festivals. We offer the best in Arts and Culture Festivals from Curious Arts Festival, Deer Shed Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Elderflower Fields, England Medieval Festival and much, much more. We also have our new Music Festivals, Food

Curious Arts Festival

A quirky boutique festival held in the lush gardens of Pylewell Park on the south coast.Attended by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy, who will be hosting a children?s reading session as well as writer Deborah Moggach and musician Billy Bragg. Everything is just a bit curious, as you?d expect. Children can enjoy a Curious Bear Hunt through the Park and budding writers may enjoy The Week Junior Journalism Course or Writing Workshop. There are bedtime stories every evening as well as bat walks and an Alice in Wonderland Party.

Deer Shed Festival

It?s the people that make Deer Shed Festival so great! The success of this festival is its ability to cater for everyone and seeing how much fun the babies, children and teens have side by side, instils the festivals aim?.. Family friendly. From wash time for babies all sitting in little wash pots overflowing with bubbles; to an abundance of art tents for children to make just about anything, to the science tent where you can be lost for days in exploring the universe with The University of York, to soldering circuit boards.

Edinburgh Festival Fringe

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the single biggest celebration of arts and culture on the planet. Every August for three weeks the city of Edinburgh, Scotland?s capital, welcomes an explosion of creative energy from around the globe. With 53,232 performances of 3,398 shows in 300 venues in 2017 there are quite literally thousands of reasons to visit the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Elderflower Fields

Elderflower Fields is perfectly catered for children. In 2017 all the activities were fun, well considered and just right for young kids (from around 4 upwards). The variety of activities on offer really was brilliant; we made giant bubbles, found fairy doors, listen to stories, created science experiments, danced to music, relaxed in hammocks, rode down the hill on skateboards, learnt to cook on a campfire and made mud pies. There were three stages scattered throughout the site for music and story telling.

England Medieval Festival

English Medieval Festival at Herstmonceux Castle near to Hastings in East Sussex. A weekend of rustic camping and outdoor medieval-themed activities, and all set in the grounds of an amazing castle. You can wander along a market street with stalls selling clothing, jewellery, books, beautiful handmade fairies and all manner of medieval-inspired goods and make your way towards the front of the Castle where crowds gather to watch the reenactment. Loud beat of drums fill the air and anticipation rises as a procession of soldiers file past and gather in front of the castle.

Kendal Calling

Great music and kids area and carnival-themed crafts. On the website Kendal Calling say? The festival is a safe and family friendly festival. We have a dedicated kids area (Kids Calling) with everything from a mothers and babies tent to workshops for teens and all ages. As part of the standard ticket we have a dedicated Family Campsite. As well as that, we recommend the Emperors Fields campsite to families as it is smaller in size and has all the facilities in one place.

Nozstock

?The festival?s ethos is about bringing play to everyone, in whatever form it can. Nozstock believes in the value of not only entertaining, but in participation and contribution. It?s an ever-changing event with a clear agenda; to invite conversation, interaction and serious recreation. Above all, Nozstock The Hidden Valley is a blissful family festival that caters to all ages with activities that little ones can enjoy as well as entertainment for teens, students, seasoned festivalites, party-starters and grandparents.

Port Eliot Festival

A fairytale setting brings the magic to this stylish boutique festival with no VIP-restricted areas ? all ages get to enjoy the entire estate, whether swimming in the estuary or watching performance by the water, in the church or the art-filled house itself. Saint Etienne, Rose Elinor Dougall and futuristic jazzers Melt Yourself Down help to soundtrack its 2017 ?Summer of Love? vibe.

Stainsby Festival

A smaller and more intimate festival which is ? say fans ? better than Glastonbury because you see all your friends there. Great for families, it?s held in vast marquees on a greenfield site in the picturesque hamlet of Stainsby. Enjoy incredible views across the pond to the extraordinarily beautiful Hardwick Hall. There are music workshops, a singing competition, storytelling, theatre, poetry, film and philosophy throughout the weekend with camping thrown in.

The Good Life Experience Festival

Take a break from consumer society with this back-to-basics festival curated by Catatonia?s Cerys Matthews. Craftsmen will demonstrate ancient skills such as mosaic-making, knot-tying and blacksmithery. Sit around a campfire with television presenters Ben Fogle and Jeremy Vine and enjoy outdoor cookery demonstrations from top chefs such as Thomasina Miers. Both family and pet friendly. Kids activities are free: there?s a vintage fairground, axe-throwing for young Vikings, archery for and abseiling for the fearless.

The Just-So Festival

An arts festival for the family. Every magical area has a different theme: The Spellbound Forest contains woodland theatre by day and bonfires at night. The High Seas includes rowing boats and outdoor showings of Swallows and Amazons. There?s children?s theatre including Around The World in Eighty Notes and a Just-So Bake Off, which invites you to bring your best cakes to the competition. Tiny festival goers will enjoy the Peekaboo area, where they can get their kicks with a bubbly bath time, baby massage and baby yoga.

Valley Fest

Now in it?s fifth year, Valley Fest is a small family-friendly festival in a stunning location overlooking Chew Valley lake in Somerset. It is the UK?s only organic festival ? and actually takes place on a working organic farm. It?s the perfect festival for families as kids are encouraged to run wild, getting back to nature and have fun learning about looking after the land and where food comes from. There is plenty for them to do on site including meeting farm animals, picking vegetables, playing on vintage tractors, cooking, storytelling and a great deal of silliness with games like fluffy bunnies and the hobbyhorse gymkhana. There?s also lots of crafts, a film tent, Junior Jungle and pop up entertainers around every corner. Plus there?s plenty for the parents too, with tonnes of great music and entertainment, delicious feasts and a tractor load of good times.

Vintage on the Dock

A free, family weekend celebration of 20th-century vintage cool at the North West?s most visited tourist attraction. There are vintage vehicles, street performers including jazz dancing and the Beatles Story. Learn to DJ or enjoy a music-themed hairstyle at the Total Eclipse of the Head mobile