The festival site as last year, was set over a large area with substantial parking, great buildings and enjoyable spaces.
There was so much to see and do and a fantastic family fun atmosphere, it was brilliant to see that the event had grown in size, in the number of stalls and activities and the numbers of people attending.
|...one of several camper vans where you could enjoy an afternoon tea |
or a meal themed to match the van's decor
|...enjoy a 10 minute show - viewed inside the Whalley Range's All Star PIG |
(notice the curly tails!)
|singalong with Ida Barr's Mash Up|
|...call in at Madame Chapeau's to get your own designer hat|
|...create a terarium|
|...have fun inside plastic greenhouse with huge amounts of sparkling confetti - |
it reminded me of the crystal dome in The Crystal Maze (showing my age!)
|...make your own miniature garden with the Nu-urban Gardeners|
|...boogie with the Car Boot Disco Bingo!|
|...jamming inside the 'Jamallot' tent.|
I wasn't quick enough to book onto one of the workshops this year:
chocolate / sushi / charcuterie / bread making / fish smoking /
tapestry /patchwork / jewellry / fire glass / crochet, etc.
I'll definitely be signing up for one next year.