Tickets are now on sale for Frome Children’s festival. From toddlers to teenagers, Frome’s youth will be spoilt for choice at this year’s inaugural Frome Children’s Festival to be held on Sunday 27th July.
Centred around the popular Cheese & Grain building and Welshmill Park, , community groups, local businesses and parents will be laying on a fun packed day of activities to suit all ages and interests.
Starting at midday and running through to 8pm, the festival will feature zones of activities suited to a variety of ages and interests. Whether your kids want to get their faces painted, learn circus skills, try any number of dance classes, climb trees, check out local wildlife, mess around on the river or simply chillax with friends in the Teen Chill Out Zone, they’ll be a plenty of activities for them to enjoy.
Tickets for the event are priced at just £5 per child and concessions can be applied. With 8 hours of non-stop fun, the price of admission will allow visitors to enjoy a long list of activities, including:
– Wildlife/nature walks, forest school, tree climbing, wildlife den & pets corner
– Arts & craft making & willow weaving
– Outdoor cooking skills & bread making
– Face painting, dressing up theatre, puppet shows & story telling
– Acoustic music, drumming workshops, dancing, open mic & children’s radio
– River activities, bike & running races, obstacle courses, remote controlled cars and football
– Graffiti wall, radio controlled cars & more…
With a range of food and refreshment stalls scattered around the zones, and roving performance artists mingling in the crowds, the energy will be pumping throughout the day and into the evening. Dedicated marshals and activity organisers will ensure a happy and safe environment for all, and areas have been set aside to cater for breastfeeding mums and lost children.
“We have worked to ensure this is an inclusive event; an event that recognises the needs and interests of all age groups from toddlers to older teenagers. I’d like to thank all those who have given so generously of their time and the organisations that have come on board to help make the Frome Children’s Festival a success.” says Sue Willis event organiser.
Frome Town Council, Knightstone, Aster Communities, Frome Children’s Centres and Frome Development CIC have all added their support to the event.
Tickets are available at the Cheese and Grain and are on sale now
The organisers would like more volunteers on the day so if you are interested and have some spare time on the day please get in ouch.
For more information visit www.fromechildrensfestival.org email email@example.com or call 01373 469071