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Into The Trees 2019 – An Idyllic Family Festival – AD

A photograph of a little girl and little boy standing in front of the Into The Trees sign at the Into The Trees festival 2019 - Into The Trees 2019 - An Idyllic Family Festival - Mrs H's favourite things

AD – We were provided with tickets for the Into The Trees Festival for the purpose of this review. If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you’ll know that Little Miss H and I are now yearly attendees at the brilliant Elderflower Fields festival. The festival is designed for families and takes place at Pippingford Park, near Uckfield and is only about 30 minutes from where we live in Tunbridge Wells. Into The Trees 2019 – A Review Little…

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Finding Happiness Travel & Days Out

Elderflower Fields: The Perfect Family Festival – Part One

A photograph of a festival stage with festival goers dancing and having fun - Elderflower Fields - The Perfect Family Festival - Part One - Mrs H's favourite things

On Friday, 24th May, I spent the whole afternoon packing bags full of suncream, raincoats, wellies, and glitter. Everything you need for a festival. Because as soon as we’d picked Little Miss H up from school we were heading to Pippingford Park in Sussex to attend Elderflower Fields. This was our second visit to Elderflower Fields as we had attended last year. So we were all super excited to be going. And Little Miss H could barely contain herself as…

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Travel & Days Out

Our First Family Festival And Festival Essentials

A little girl walking up a big hill at Elderflower Fields Festival - Mrs H's favourite things

On Spring Bank Holiday weekend, Little Miss H and I headed to Pippingford Park in Uckfield to attend our first family festival. Our visit had been arranged by Auntie B who was also coming too. She’d suggested that we join up with some of her friends and attend Elderflower Fields Festival. Apparently, Elderflower Fields is the ideal festival for small children. And a brilliant¬†starter festival. I have to admit that I was quite anxious before we went. I was worried…

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