If there’s one thing we  guaranteed at Shropshire Kids Festival, that was fun!

You wanted fun? You had it! 

In fact, we reckoned we had more fun in store than that puppy in the toilet roll factory. And it wasn't just any old fun.

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There was just too much FUN!

We geared ourselves up for super-extra-massive bonkers fun. The sort of fun which keeps you laughing and smiling for weeks and months afterwards.


You could have started with our battalion of inflatables. The super-size super-springy structures kept your youngsters bouncing around for hours. And we had our very own under-5s area with pint-size castles so that they could have had just as much fun as everyone else.

Then there was the massive inflatable helter-skelter to slide down - and down, and down. But we hope you didn't get too dizzy to miss the fun at the non-stop party at the disco dome.

We had giant games, mini golf, Go Karts, Bubble Football and the sports day style Harry Games to bring out kids' competitive sides - as well as the famous obstacle courses which challenged even the most battle-hardened of the youngsters.

More free activties included Wipe Out and Zorbing. Zorb balls were rolling around throughout the festival weekend. Did your kids stay on the giant circular Wipe-Out challenge? Did they leap and avoid the spinning beam? 

If that wasn’t enough the foam parties were definitely the place to be, split into two areas for the big and small kids!  Hours of good clean fun was ready and waiting. The mums and dads didn't need to worry about the mess because we even laid on changing areas, so no one had to go home covered in foam. All you had to bring to enjoy this awesome free activity was a towel.

And of course, there was our water slides. Everybody knows that one water slide is never enough - so we had two. And they were whoppers. The teeny was a mere 25m long while its big brother was a fabulous 50m ride of watery delight.

If you wanted to get all hands on and creative, we hope you had the chance to visit the STEAM Tent. There was all sorts of Science, Arts, Engineering and general making and breaking, with plenty of chances to collaborate with other youngsters and create something truly fantastic to take away.

Food was a great way for kids to be creative and we were delighted to be joined by Explorers Cookery. They’ll were on hand to oversee Fun with Baking sessions for children 4+ years throughout the whole weekend.