GREAT MUSIC - DELICIOUS FOOD & DRINK - CHILDRENS ENTERTAINMENT - A GREAT DAY OUT FOR ALL THE FAMILY
15-16th June 2018
Please note that while most of the activity on the day will be FREE, some stalls may charge
We're delighted to confirm children's favourite Jamie Jigsaw will be back at #DorsetFest 18. We think this quote sums up his act perfectly - “The children belly laughed all the way through and Jamie is absolutely fantastic with the kids. Nothing was too much trouble for him. He will not disappoint” - Party Mum
There'll be facepainting and glitter painting on the day
Creative Clay For All workshops
While we want everyone to have a great time, we also take the safety of children extremely seriously
The festival is located on a working farm so there are areas that could be dangerous. These will be marked off, but adventurous children may ignore these signs. As a result, your children are your responsibility and you should know where they are at all times.
In the unlikely event that parents and children become separated here are a few key tips:
- Please write your surname (NOT forename) on the inside of your child's festival wristband in a permanent marker (we'll have these on the gate) and your mobile number.
- Please ensure your child knows your name in case an announcement needs to be made (as there are lots of mummies and daddies!)
- As you enter, please point out the stewards (and explain that the stewards wear yellow tabards and are there to help children find their parents if they become separated) and the information tent (and explain to your child that they should go there if they get lost).
- Dress your child distinctively (bright colours, perhaps) and just to make sure you remember what they’re wearing on the day please take a photo (you may be surprised how many people forget)
- If you lose your child, please notify the stewards at the Information Tent (or any steward on site) and, if needed, they can make an announcement from the stage.
Lastly, please remember that it is an offence for any person to be drunk whilst responsible for a child so please drink responsibly and remember your responsibilities.