Welcome to Hampshire Kids! Once again, we are organising a (bigger and better) fabulous private family camping event, the Hampshire Kids Festival on 12-13th August 2017. Please do join us for what promises to be a brilliant 24 hours of summer fun!
The following pages offer a plethora of information about the event. This year, we're laying on plenty of activities and entertainment for all ages and will be providing much more for older children (up to age 14) this year. If, having scanned the website, you still find you have a question, please don't hesitate to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Format & Ticketing Information
The success of the festival over the last couple of years has partly been down to its intimate and safe atmosphere. We are continuing with this theme in 2017 and the event will still be private and relatively small with security on site at all times.
Tickets available for the Hampshire Kids Festival 2017 are as follows:
Group discounts will be offered to 3 or more families booking together (in one transaction). Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis.
PLEASE NOTE PRE-ERECTED TENTS ARE NOW SOLD OUT!
Day Tickets will be available to purchase from 20th May 2017.
Plans for HK 2017 are well underway and we have a multitude of fantastic activities and entertainment for you this year - we promise you will not be disappointed! We will, once again, be offering a fabulous selection of food and you can expect a thoroughly colourful, vibrant, happy and buzzing 24 hours!
The Hampshire Kids Festival will take place on Saturday 12th - Sunday 13th August 2017, starting at midday. We invite everyone to stay the night in their own tent or in a pre-erected family tent.
Fullerton Farm, off the A3057 between Stockbridge and Andover
"The best family fun we have had. We could not have had a better 24 hours!"
Hampshire Kids are supporting the Origin Project: a smallholding project on the farm where adults who have learning disabilities come and learn skills for life and work caring for animals, growing vegetables, cooking healthy meals and baking. The project is a non-profit social enterprise. www.originproject.co.uk