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Blog Seventeen – The Final Day

Blog Seventeen – The Final Day

We made it to the final day! It's been a very long 17 days but really really enjoyable. Find out about our final day and some of our highlights from the last 2 and a bit weeks! Today we spent the day at the second ever Worcester Festival Table Top Sale. Although we...

Blog Sixteen – Painting and Plodding

Blog Sixteen – Painting and Plodding

Today has been a nice relaxed day for us, winding down for the end of the Festival. See what final few events we squeezed in! Today we revisited the Museum of Royal Worcester for an elephant painting workshop! The painting fun is supporting the Big Parade project...

Blog Fifteen – A Festival of Festivals!

Blog Fifteen – A Festival of Festivals!

I think today has been my favourite day of the Festival so far! It has been jam packed with lovely people, amazing places, fun and excitement!  Read all about what we got up to below. Today was the Mini Mela which was postponed due to the bad weather last weekend,...

Blog Fourteen – Magic, Picnics and Petals

Blog Fourteen – Magic, Picnics and Petals

It was another busy day again today! It was filled with picnics, exhibitions and feeding the swans, find out more in this blog!Today we started by visiting the Cathedral to see the new Confetti Exhibition. The pieces are really beautiful, they are very large drawings...

Blog Thirteen – Elephant Explore

Blog Thirteen – Elephant Explore

We have been so very busy today! We spent the day exploring and seeing all of the Big Parade Elephants. We also did the Cathedral Stonemasons tour and took part in the grand finale of the Battle of the Boozers Quiz, see how we got on below.Firstly we popped to Queen...

Blog Twelve – Bee-autiful Pottery!

Blog Twelve – Bee-autiful Pottery!

Today we have been buzzing with excitement and creativity! We spent the day at The Museum of Royal Worcester and The Buzz! Read all about our adventures below!We started the day by painting our own pottery at The Museum of Royal Worcester. There were lots of different...

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