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There's plenty of kid-friendly festivals for you and your little ones to enjoy this summer, from Elderflower Fields to Manchester Children's Book Festival. Check out our top 10 festivals and get ready for some family fun this summer.
Your family won't be bored at Holifair Family Festival with over 30 live bands, talks, cabaret, barn dance, kids workshops, dance tent, chillout space, walkabout acts, firepit, theatre, storytelling, bar and a craft and wellbeing area. Plus, it raises money for The Holifield Farm Project Day Care Centre, which helps people with special needs. Where: Cornwall. When: 7th-9th August. Price: Adults £60 and children £10.
Elderflower Fields Festival was started with kids and families in mind and focuses on the outdoors with wildlife-themed activities, woodland adventures and a sports camp. Where: Sussex. When: 22nd-25th May. Price: Adults £105 and children £50.
Glasgow's Science Festival isn't just for kids as they have an adult-only programme too, but it's a great way to spend time with the family in an educational way. There's demonstrations, talks, exhibitions and even science-based comedy shows. Where: Glasgow. When: 4th-14th June. Price: Various.
Get away from it all with Honeywoods Camping's Feast In The Woods where you and your family can cuddle up around a camp fire. There's loads of activities for children from kayaking to tree climbing, but be warned, it's wild camping so, there's no showers and and only compost toilets. Where: Kent. When: 22nd- 25th May. Price: Adults £75 and children £10.
Geronimo is the biggest children's festival in the North West and has themed woodlands, festival circus, BMX bike display, craft marquees, petting zoo and so much more. Plus, there's various performances by Cbeebies presenters Mr Bloom, Katy Ashworth and Alex Winters. Where: Cheshire. When: 23rd-25th May. Price: £25.
This year's theme of Manchester Children's Book Festival is time travel and there's loads of workshops to get children involved in reading and writing. There's also a time travel fancy dress parade, tiny tots and toddler time and loads of author's readings. Where: Manchester. When: 26th June-5th July. Price: Various.
Imaginate's festival focuses on performing arts for children and young people and welcomes drama companies from all over the world. Take you're kids to see a modern adaptation of Shakespeare's Henry V, or get your groove on with the 'We Dance, wee groove' experience. Where: Edinburgh. When: 11th-17th May. Price: Family ticket £8.
The Starry Skies festival also centres around camping and offers you the opportunity to enjoy an inexpensive and stress-free family holiday. Your little ones can take part in the talent show, learn some campfire cooking or become a member of the woodland tribe, all in a safe and fun environment. Where: Wales. When: 22nd-26th July. Price: Adults £139 and children £39.
The aim of Bath Children's Literature Festival is to get kids enthusiastic about reading and every year they have some of the most well-known children's authors come along. Dress your kids up as their favourite literature character and take them along to enjoy the festival den. Where: Bath. When: 25th September-4th October. Price: Various.
Lollibop haven't released any details about 2015's festival but if it was anything like last last year, you don't want to miss it. The entertainment is aimed at children under 10 and their families, with live acts and shows, as well as interactive play. Where: Hertfordshire. When: TBC. Price: TBC.