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Festival Survival Guide for Parents with Children

Kids love music festivals, and nowadays, there is often as much for the wee ones to do as for the grown ups. With a bit of preparation and patience, you can feel free to take the whole family to the festival!

Festival goer Libby Wilkinson has these tips for surviving a festival with children.

Preparation is key – Prior to the festival we took a camping trip to get an idea of what it might be like in a possibly cold and wet field with a baby. If you get the chance, pitch the tent and spend the night. You’ll get a taste of what’s to come and if all goes well, you might find yourself registering for next year’s Glastonbury festival.

Plan ahead – Make a list of everything you’ll need, you don’t want to find out you’ve forgotten the rain cover half way to your destination.

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