Gallery: Fun festival at Easton Farm Park could become regular fixture
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Organisers of the first ever Suffolk Fun Festival over the weekend hope the successful event could become a regular fixture in the Easton Farm Park calendar.
Hundreds of people headed to the attraction, near Woodbridge, over Saturday and Sunday to enjoy a host of family activities and make the most of some splendid summer sunshine.
Easton Farm Park manager Fiona Siddall said the event had gone really well and everyone had been very happy with the reception from those attending, including campers making the most of the grounds over the weekend.
She said: “We’re very happy – there was lots going on over the two days. It’s been a big hit.
“We didn’t want it too hot so the weather’s been very kind to us. We’re thrilled.
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“I think judging from the feedback and how it’s gone, we will definitely do it again.
“It fits very nicely with what we already do.”
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Geared towards young families, there was live music, theatre, canoeing on the river, lots of hands-on activities, camping and juggling from a clown as well as all the fun of the farm.
Acts and performers included the Nutmeg Puppet Theatre, Wonderful Beast Theatre Company, Suffolk Kite Display Team, Canadian band Oh My Darling, who held workshops as well as a live gig on the Saturday evening.
Entertainment included canoe trips on the river, a traditional Punch and Judy show, children’s yoga, story-telling, “imps” activities for toddlers and activities such as soap-making, chocolate-tasting, popcorn-baking, cupcake decorating, face-painting and rocket-making.
There was also a fancy dress ball and competition on Saturday night and many more activities over the two days.