The Little Welly Is Coming To Sevenoaks

In May, The Little Welly is coming to St. Clere Estate in Sevenoaks. It’s promised to be a jam-packed weekend full of fun, mud and adventures. For those who have never heard of The Little Welly take a look at this video from last year’s event which really showcases the fun that is had.

The Little Welly experience is all about getting kids active, outdoors, running, jumping and of course muddy. It’s the perfect way for children to connect with nature, giving them a sense of adventure and freedom to run wild.

The obstacles courses challenge children, help them to solve problems on their own and as part of a team and most importantly enables them to have a lot of fun and get very muddy! It’s an all age experience however 4-8 year olds should be accompanied. There’s lots of the under 4s to get involved in too.

The obstacle course is a 3km route including a foam run, ball cage, climbing walls and a big inflatable slide.

However, it’s not just an obstacle course that is on offer at The Little Welly. There is a festival village all about getting children away from screen time and enjoying the outdoors. There’s a laser quest, family games, there will be food stalls, live music, circus skills workshops and so much more!

There are three locations for The Little Welly this year; Kent, Oxfordshire and Cheshire. The first which we will be attending is in May! Tickets cost £24.58 for a child for the course and festival, with an adult assist ticket costing £10.71 and it’s £7.52 to just enter the festival area. Under 4 year olds are completely free, but can still do the obstacle which I think is great!

We are very excited and hope to see some of you there. Who’s ready for some muddy adventures? I’ll be filming our experience so keep an eye out for that in May and don’t forget to follow my Instagram for live stories on the day of event!

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post.

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