Sleep has been chosen to be an official LolliBop blogger, so I will be
attending the event during one of the dates in August (15th, 16th
or 17th) and bringing a rather fabulous competition your way to win
tickets to visit with your own family.
am so pleased to be involved with LolliBop again as the boys still remember
2012 and I think its high time we returned. I was a little sad we did not make it last year but circumstances
did not allow it, so we plan on making up for it this year and soaking up the
wonderful atmosphere all over again and cramming in as much as possible. The new location at Hatfield House looks marvelous too, very green with lots of space to run and play.
offers excellent value for money, as the line up is quite something! This is one festival your children will
remember forever. The hardest part is
finding enough hours in the day to get through the sheer amount of
entertainment on offer.
eldest is looking forward to the Bear Grylls Survival Academy with taster
sessions in fire lighting, shelter building and camouflaging, if he plays
outside in the future I know he will cope admirably! I will check from the window and see he has made himself a den
and found fresh food and water!
will enjoy Harry’s Wizard School with a wand making workshop and broomstick
training he will have some magical memories of his time at LolliBop.
of big named entertainers will be along for the weekend and its such a lovely
feeling knowing that whatever your child’s interests they will find something
perfectly suited to them to see and do when they are there. One thing you will never hear at a LolliBop
festival is “I’m bored mummy!”
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