NB: I was asked to attend but all views and opinions are my own. I love a festival, well one where I am with my friends drinking cider in a field and dancing to my favourite tunes into the night. Though I have always vowed that I want to introduce my children to Glastonbury one year, I hadn’t really considered the reality of festivals with children until we decided to take the plunge and go to the Great Wonderfest. Hosted by Dick and Dom, it was not going to be my Glasto replacement but with Jaguar Skills on the line up, I thought it was worth a go. This was the first year of Great Wonderfest, located at Duxmore Farm on the Isle of Wight it isn’t the most accessible location to a lot of people but with family on the island, we knew we had back up or an escape route if the weather wasn’t kind. We arrived at lunchtime on Friday, though some festival goers had arrived on Monday as the site was open to camping for a whole 7 days, should you wish to make the most of it. I had visions of a huge site, crazy […]
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