The vast majority of activities at Elderflower Fields are drop in. You just need to check in the festival programme when and where they are happening, then show up and join in. A small number of activities however require pre-booking. You’ll need to make sure you are logged into your TicketSellers account that was used to purchase your festival tickets and then book via the main tickets page on the website. More detailed information on each of these bookable activities can be found on the specific activity page, but an overview of all the bookable activities is outlined below for reference.
If you have not done so already, you should buy your festival tickets before booking places on any of these activities.
– Sports Camp –
The sports camp is free to take part in. We aim to have a space for every single child at the festival. The intention is to provide kids with the chance to take part in sports that they might not normally get the chance to try.
– Arts Camp –
The arts camp is free to take part in. We aim to have a space for every single child at the festival. The camp offers kids the chance to paint, draw and create amazing works of art, while the parents can take a break…
– Kayaks, Canoes & Paddleboards –
Hire a boat or board and take the family out to explore the gentle and beautiful lakes at the bottom of the festival site. Various options and times available with prices from £20. Perfect for a lazy afternoon paddle…
– Kids Kayaking Lesson –
Adrian The Kayak Coach will again be offering a one hour fun kids kayaking experience. Designed for children between the ages of 8 – 15 years old. During the lesson, you can expect to learn the basics of paddling and controlling your boat as well as general safety and loads of fun! Places are limited and cost £13 per person.
– Mortimer Nannies –
‘The Keepers of calm’, Mortimer Nannies, will be hosting ‘stay up late’ sessions each evening. The Mortimer Tent will be cosily decked out with fairy lights, comfy beanbags and cushions so the children can snuggle down, listen to a story, play a board game by torchlight or watch a movie.
– Camera Obscura Workshop –
Come and make a mini camera obscura that you can use to trace images directly from nature. Made from everyday materials, this 1.5hr workshop by Brighton science-artist Nick Sayers will introduce you to the basics of photography and optics. Places are limited and cost £5 per camera.
– Kombucha Workshop –
Learn how to brew your own kombucha at home with Sara & Eaofia from Boo Chi in this one hour workshop. They will give a full demonstration & tasting session, where you can try their delicious kombucha. You’ll receive a full set of instructions and an organic SCOBY plus starter liquid so you can make your own at home. Places are limited and cost £20 per person.