Festivals |
29th March 2014

Not just for Grown Ups!

Children and families are invited to join the fun at Elephant Yard with a festival all of their own. This year it’s not just the adults that will get all the trimmings – the festival has put on a full spread for children too. 

On the menu…
• CBBC Food adventurer Stefan Gates puts on two live shows ‘Adventures in Food’ and ‘Edible Insects’
• New sensation, the Meringue Girls invite you to get creative whilst decorating cupcakes
• Kendal’s very own Little Thai Chef explores Thai flavours in an interactive demonstration
• Bento Buddy invites you to make sushi characters
• Infusion Italian Restaurant calls all budding pizza chefs to get cooking
• Castle Green Hotel gets you decorating biscuits in a ‘Bownessie Bonanza’
• Have a go at Cumberland Sausage Making with Guinness World Record Holder, Gary McClure
• Try your hand at butter making with Winter Tarn Organic Farm
• ‘Bee Creative’ and talk honey with Be Ed
• North Country Leisure will be getting you to think healthy
• National Trust will be offering you a chance to get growing your own, try campfire cooking or make a mud pie
• Enjoy some family fun with the Festival Easter Egg Hunt

And that’s just to whet your appetite. There’ll also be the live farmyard, the family fun Easter Egg Hunt, competitions, street entertainment and lots more tasty surprises. Kids will also get their own souvenir programme and activity book. It’s everything the adults get with an extra helping of fun!

Please note: Children must be supervised in the Family Festival Village by a parent or guardian at all times. Up to two grown-ups will be welcomed with every paying child.
Please visit for dates and times of individual sessions. NB Some activities will be run on both days and other on either Saturday or Sunday. Please check before purchasing your wristband.


29th March 2014

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