What a year! Thanks so much to everyone who came down and took part!
Until next year…
Lots of love,
The Kidz Field Team
Mona Lisa ‘smiles’ with Kidzfield’s Tony Cordy.
Kidzfield TV talks to parents at Glastonbury about how to have an amazing festival with kids in tow.
The Glastonbury Kidzfield is home to the NCT Feed and Change tent – a calm haven for babies and their parents come rain or shine. In this video, Sue Moreman talks to KidzfieldTV about the facilities available for babies and parents at Europe’s biggest free festivals for kids.
Paul Wadsworth & co helping us all paint a masterpiece at the mural tent #art #glasto #kidzfield #craft
Seikou Susso playing his Kora, waking up the #kidzfield with his soulful soothing voice.
Watch out for these nuns.
This is what happens to Kidzfield folk come Saturday.
Saturday’s storytellers include John Row, Thistle the Fairy and Pags Instant Theatre.
Kidzfield stalwart took this gorgeous shot over Worth Farm this morning.
It’s Saturday! We’re awake! Here’s our #Kidzfield big top lineup.
The Kidzfield 2015 is full of surprises, sunshine and all-round silliness. To mark the end of our second day, here are some of shots of onsite shennanigans.
Kids pick up and play instruments from violins to drums at Re:Play.
Roll up roll up for Captain Kipper and the crazy puppet pirates in panic circus now!
Milkshake TV live, the Frozen singalong, Silly Science, Wonky Donkey and Cbeebies Alex and Katy are all gracing the Big Top stage on Friday.
Eric gets a lesson in pillar drilling in the woodwork tent, run by the Ape Project. Kids can hammer, saw and drill to their heart’s content. It’s very popular, some come early! Under 8s must be accompanied by an adult.
Jamma da Samba are in the Sircas Circus tent right now bringing together for some big collective drum beats! Here’s Gus getting into the samba spirit.
The wonderful team from #woodcraftfolk are running cooperative games and crafts all weekend, all on the theme of future and past. And parachutes
Kids and teenagers of all ages are getting involved in art workshops, painting their own artworks, and contributing to the collective Kidzfield mural. Poppy here is painting a storm (ominous?). All happening all weekend in Paul’s mural tent in the centre of the field.