EADT Suffolk - - Folkeast -

With kids un­der 11 go­ing free and so much in­spir­ing stuff to do on-site, FolkEast is truly a fam­ily-friendly fes­ti­val. Let the kids take the lead if you like, but you’ll soon find the ideas trip­ping off the tongue in ad­di­tion to all that ad hoc fun cour­tesy of street en­ter­tain­ers.

Do-si-do at the fam­ily ceilidh. Track down the jack­a­lope. Find out about for­ag­ing. Paint a peb­ble. Whit­tle away some time in the wood­craft tent. Go don­key-rid­ing. See a steam en­gine. Go on a bug hunt. Race about and join in the tug of war. Make a mud-pie or two. Lis­ten to ter­rific tales in the story shack. Learn the ukulele. Cook on a camp­fire. Cre­ate a neck­lace and craft a wand. Get a jig-doll danc­ing to the tunes of a hur­dygurdy. Tuck into some tasty lo­cal treats. Cro­chet a stitch or two. Print a fes­ti­val t-shirt. Go potty with clay.

Go potty with clay

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