Articles relating to: Just So Festival
The average Just So parent, judging by appearances, is of approximately the correct vintage for Glastonbury 1997 to be a resonant pop culture reference.Read the full story..
Now in its ninth year, Just So Festival, an annual festival for children and their families, returned to Rode Hall in Cheshire earlier this month.Read the full story..
“If words aren’t spoken or written, they start to become less relevant.” The Lost Words: Seek, Find, Speak
“Heather? You’re kidding me!”Read the full story..
Now in it’s sixth year, Just So Festival returned like a Lewis Carroll Brigadoon and once again delivered a magical family experience.Read the full story..
I saw John Hegley at Just So Festival in August this year, performing to a crowd of parents and young children. It had the potential to be a difficult gig.Read the full story..
Just So Festival is an annual festival for children and their families set in the sprawling landscape of Rode Hall, Cheshire (near Congleton). Imagine a farmland that’s been bewitched by Roald Dahl and Lewis Carroll, decorated by Cath Kidston and soundtracked by Kate Rusby, Fats Domino and the Muppets and you’re halfway there.Read the full story..
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