Wychwood – Our First Festival

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13 Responses

  1. Glad you all had such a good time. Your photos are beautiful! The food from Olive on a Bus looks amazing. We spent the day sat right next to them, but I didn’t actually investigate what they were selling!

  2. Now this is my idea of doing a festival, close enough to home to go for the day without camping and only on a lovely sunny day! You covered all the bits of festival going I would enjoy and non of the things I’d seek to avoid! I must say that gin looks wonderful and would see me away to enjoying the day and letting the kids do their own thing! It looks a lovely family friendly festival with something for everyone. I wonder if you will camp next time?

    Thank yu for sharing iwth me on #CountryKids

  3. Ketiha says:

    This looks like a fun festival with many things to keep your family happily occupied. I can see why you are coming round to the idea of liking festivals. I love the pic of Emily eating pink cotton candy with her pink hat. #countrykids

  4. Anne says:

    It looks like it was great fun. I have to admit, I don’t think I’d like to stay over at a festival, as much as I wouldn’t mind a tent, I doubt that you’d get much sleep. The refreshments look amazing and it’s great that there was lots for the kids to do as well as the music.

  5. Kim Carberry says:

    I have heard so many good things about this festival and it looks like you had such a fab day out x #CountryKids

  6. Jo says:

    Love your idea of starting the day with a bloody mary – like your style! What a fantastic festival with so much to do for the whole family. #CountryKids

  7. Glad you had such a good time and how lovely that the food stall was accommodating to your needs. We haven’t been to this festival and really ought to do more local ones as we are so lucky to have them.

  8. Oh well done to Emily for managing to master the hula hoop – it’s something I’ve never been able to do. That charcuterie board looks delicious. It sounds like your first experience of a festival was a really good one and makes me think perhaps it’s something I should try at some point too. #countrykids

  9. That looks like a fantastic festival. I can’t wait to take my girls to festivals when they are bigger. #countrykids

  10. I’d never actually heard of Wychwood until the other day but it looks like a great day out. I don’t blame you for not camping. Camping at a festival never feels as clean as camping at a campsite. I used to stage manage the Godney Gathering in Somerset which i loved but I never took the kids as I was working. I’ve not been to many festivals where I’ve not worked. Only really Witcombe Cider Festival… where I couldn’t drink cider anyway because I was breastfeeding. Was a good day out though. Wychwood looks and sounds great from this post, might have to go next year. #countrykids

  11. Barbara says:

    Looks great. Is it held every year?

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