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Just So Festival

An event in August in Cheshire
Rode Hall
Scholar Green
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With a host of top quality programming freshly announced Just So Festival can rightly claim to be one of the true cultural highlights for families.

The festival, which takes families out of their day to day lives and invites them them to sing, dance, play, explore and discover art together in a spellbinding natural landscape.

The festival is unique in its offer of a weekend packed entirely with performances and workshops specifically for families. It has grown from strength to strength and is a highlight in the Festival Calendar.

The festival team delve into the woods on the Rode Hall Estate to bring festival goers some exciting areas such as Telling Tales, a world full of books, The High Chaparral where everyone can release their inner cowboy and Buckets & Spades the beach installation!

The musical line-up is rife with accordions, ukuleles, banjos and horns! Whilst the festival will take place within the secure walls of one of Cheshire’s most beautiful estates, the extent to which imaginations will be inspired will be unbounded.

For further details please contact Sarah Bird on 07877905388 or RowanHoban on 07714082190 or email

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