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Festivals Recommended in July by Festival Motorhomes Hire

Camp Bestival

With all the playful nonsense of its naughty older sister event Bestival, Camp Bestival offers the same novelty of fancy dress and late night silliness, but with a twist: it?s completely family friendly. Taking place in a beautiful English castle, it has everything from medieval jousting to face painting with music, comedy and poets hand-picked by Rob da Bank.

Campo Sancho

An intimate fam-friendly festival with sounds ranging from the mellow vocals of Jeb Loy Nichols and Sophie Barker to Paranoid London?s pulsing electronica. Crafts and circus skills workshops for adventurous youngsters, and lots of surreal fun (last year including kids raving around an inflatable Hello Kitty).

Car Fest Cheshire

Carfest presents a fabulous mix of music, cars and fun. As the brainchild of Chris Evans, its a magical weekend of entertainment for all the family!

Step into our magical world and discover dance workshops, custard pie fights, a 'car'-nival parade, show jumping and everything else you could find under the rainbow!

Packed with as much 4 wheeled action as we can squeeze into a weekend. From our Hill Climb Track Show, Car Club displays, Vintage Village, and the ever popular Sporting Bears Dream Rides.

 

Citadel

Musical highlights at this all-day bash in London?s Victoria Park include Foals, Bonobo, Oumou Sangar? and Michael Kiwanuka. Infants can clamber aboard the toy-crammed Hackney Playbus, and all ages can throw shapes to the reliably excellent family rave outfit Big Fish Little Fish.

Cornbury Music Festival

A high-end open-air party in the heart of Chipping Norton country. David and Samantha Cameron were spotted here a few years ago. The supervised Kids Zone is right in the middle of the festival, so you can drop in and out. Activities are all free for children. As well as a circus skills tent and toddler disco, a new addition is the Mayflower Project Teen Tent, also supervised. This is a comfortable setting where young festival-goers can take part in activities and workshops or slump on sofas and roll their eyes at parents enjoying themselves.

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.

Goodwood Festival of Speed

The Festival of Speed is the largest motoring garden party in the world ? a unique summer weekend that brings together an impossibly heady mix of cars, stars and motorsport ?royalty? to create the largest car culture event in the world.

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.

Larmer tree festival

The event has cemented itself as one of the UK's most loved and long standing festivals thanks to the combination of its breathtaking location, outstanding line ups and breadth of activities on offer. Set in the Victorian gardens in the beautiful landscapes of Cranborne Chase, an area of outstanding natural beauty nestled between Dorset and Wiltshire, Larmer Tree Festival is an intimate delight for festival-goers of all ages.

Latitude Festival

Taking over the idyllic English countryside, Latitude is, as its tagline proclaims, much more than just a music festival. With DJs hidden in the woods, colourful sheep roaming the tufty fields, opera on the lake, film debuts in its onsite cinema, clowns under canvas, actors treading the boards, local ales, dance troupes and a huge children?s area, there's something to keep whatever age entertained. Oh, and there?s a full programme of music too.

Love Box

London?s beat lovers, freaks and hipsters convene for an annual party created by Groove Armada. A colourful mix of dance dons, rock gods, vintage markets, bespoke bars and fairground tides, Lovebox is a carousel of creativity.

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.

Pommery Seafood Festival

Fish and chips on the seashore. What could be more British? 50,000 celebrants of seafood (and their offspring) descend on Weymouth?s stunning Old Harbour. It?s the ideal opportunity to encourage fussy eaters into expanding their repertoire. East London?s Billingsgate Seafood Training School and local chefs will educate you and your offspring about cooking (and eating) fish. There are also boat trips and crabbing.

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.

Silverstone Classic

The Silverstone Classic is an annual three-day car and race event at the UK's Silverstone circuit, home of the British Grand Prix.[1] Over a long weekend every July, the event features a large number of historic racecars in races and static displays and draws together a large number of car clubs. It is billed as ?The World?s Biggest Classic Motor Racing Festival

Sport Fest

Th ultimate family sports festival of entertainment, camping, competitions and coaching from world-class sporting legends. It?s a unique chance for children aged 5 to 16 to learn more about the sports they love, to discover new ones, to develop skills, make new friends, and to be inspired by legends of the game and expert coaches.

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.

Tour de france

The Tour de France is the world's biggest annual sporting event. Nearly 200 cyclists race over 2,000 miles in just 23 days.

Navigating between earth and sea, the double heart of Vendée beats as one at the rhythm of great events. And the Tour de France, third largest sporting media event in the world, is one of them. It allows Vendée to travel beyond its frontiers as much as the Vendée Globe sailing race does so beyond the seas

The roads of Vendée and Pays de la Loire are intimately linked to the history of the Tour de France. Back in 1919 thanks to a stage finish in Les Sables-d’Olonne, Vendée appeared for the first time on the map of the Tour. Nantes had already been visited in 1903 during the inaugural edition of the event.

 

TRNSMT Festival

Started as a replacement for T in the Park, the city centre event includes all the revelry of a traditional music festival, but also gives festival-goers the chance to explore the city's bars, restaurants, nightclubs and cultural attractions. After a thrilling debut in 2017 that saw sets from Radiohead, Kasabian and Biffy Clyro, the festival has announced it will expand to two weekends in 2018.

Truck Festival

Truck is undoubtedly one of those festivals that shows the rest of them how it should be done. Expect to meet lots of great people, listen to a load of cool music, and have a lovely time. Having recently been run by the team behind the Y-Not festival in Derbyshire, the festival has stayed true to it original aesthetic, that is one of a relaxed, chilled out summer celebration, featuring impressive headline acts, combined with a local farmyard feel.

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

Warwick Folk Festival

Warwick is a folk festival of the very best in traditional and contemporary folk arts. Something for everyone in the Heart of Folk!

Today’s Warwick wears its history proudly, whilst enjoying its role as a bustling 21st-century county town. During the festival, Warwick’s streets come alive with music, dancing, parades and street parties, in the form of a well-established Fringe. A free shuttle bus, which runs from the main festival site to the town, allows visitors to effortlessly experience the revelry in this unique historical setting.

Wireless Festival

Wireless is not quite bigger than hip-hop, but it's certainly getting that way. This supafly soiree is the best chance to see a line up of urban legends, leaning heavily on the side of rap, grime, hip-hop and R&B. Pair that with fairground rides, chill out areas, bars and artists singing booths to keep days filled, and you'll begin to understand why this is the only UK date this pedigree of rap stars book in advance.