Festival offers ‘adult creche’

Festival offers ‘adult creche’

A popular children’s festival is ensuring there is also plenty to occupy adults. The whole family can enjoy a huge variety of mouth-watering food stalls at Shropshire Kids Fest and, when it all gets too much for the grown-ups, the ‘adult creche’ offers a place for them to get away from the hustle and bustle of the festival, while raising money for the Harry Johnson Trust – the festival charity.

The event will be held on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 May at Shrewsbury Quarry, and new this year is the construction of a gigantic 400-foot obstacle course, one of the biggest in the UK. Other features include a helter skelter slide, giant games, zorbing, mini golf, bubble football, music tent, go karts, foam parties, water slides, arts, crafts, baking sessions, circus tent, nerf arena, disco dancing, pirate and princess school, with lots more to discover on the day – and all events are free for ticket holders once they’re inside.

Visit shropshirekidsfest.co.uk for full details and to buy tickets.

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