Festival fever

Shropshire Festivals’ schedule of events for 2019 kicks off with their Kids Fest at Shrewsbury’s Quarry on the weekend of 11 May, which features a water slide, foam party, craft, dance, sport and under-fives activities along with a 400-foot inflatable obstacle course, new for this year. You can buy tickets for the fun family-friendly extravaganza at shropshirekidsfest.co.uk.

Shropshire Festivals’ Beth Heath says, “We’re very excited for the return of the fourth annual Shropshire Kids Fest. The most awesome aspect of this festival is that once inside, all the activities are absolutely free to take part in, meaning there’s no limit to how much fun you can have!”

Other events include Pub in the Park at Telford Town Park on the first weekend in June, Shrewsbury Food Festival on the last weekend in June, and a traditional Bavarian-style Oktoberfest on Friday 4 and Saturday 5 October. Visit shropshirefestivals.co.uk for details.

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