We have always loved the Lollibop festival and think that it is what you make it but this year we really enjoyed it. In the fantastic Hatfield House venue it was spacious, green and easy to drive too.
Lollibop festival always has a fantastic line up and you could sit and watch the stages all day if you wanted too but if you didn’t there was so much to do.
We didn’t actually catch too many of the stage shows, we did watch Mister Maker and Steffi Love and we caught bits of other shows but what we did do was spend our day investigating all the hands on areas that were dotted around the site.
Alison is very much into experiments so she really enjoyed the Science Museum area where we got hands on with some amazing science experiments.
To give you an idea of how much is on offer I thought I would list all of the things that we didn’t get a chance to do.
Tottenham hotsour football skills
Car Boot Bingo
Londons largest dressing up box
everybody join in
Charity shop DJ
Learn and Enjoy
Pirate training school
Bear Grylls survival academy
Itsy Bitsy strictly
Old Fashioned sports day
Wow that is exhausting just listing them. We did not stop the whole time we were at Lollibop and we were there from 10am until 6pm.
It was an amazing day full of fabulous adventures that I wish we could repeat all over again, would I change anything?
Well yes actually but its only a small thing. Unfortunately we missed Cook and Line from Swashbuckle which the girls were disappointed about. We missed them as they were the first show and it was not repeated at all during the day. As we didnt have the timetable before we arrived I would have liked to have seen the first act on repeated later on in the day so something like Postman Pat, Mr Bloom, Andy Day’s live show or Chris and Pui’s mini roadshow that were all repeated would have been a good first act of the day.
If you are still umming and aahhing about going tomorrow take my advice and get yourself down there for a day full of family fun.