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The Little Monsters Bash 2015 – A fun festival for your little monsters!

Press Release   •   Apr 08, 2015 16:39 BST

The Little Monster’s Bash family festival is bouncing back bigger and better for it’s 2nd year running. A monster of a family day out in August, take advantage of the fantastic early bird tickets on sale now! Tickets start from only £12.95 for a whole day of entertainment and fun.

In its first year, the bash attracted nearly 3,000 children and families for a sunny day of food and festivities! It expects to attract even more this year with an amazing 2-day line up, including TV favourites Dick & Dom (CBBC), Katy Ashworth (CBeebies), Peppa Pig and Shaun the Sheep. Plus many more acts to be announced soon!

Event Organiser, Teresa Gillam said last year: “We had Peppa Pig, Titan the Robot and Greg Foot, the science presenter, and we ended the show with a big sing along of Let It Go from Frozen.”

The event is taking place on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th August 2015 and is being held at the glorious Hop Farm in Paddock Wood, Kent, on an easily accessible site with the opportunity for little monsters to camp for the weekend too as well access to the Hop Farm Park for further activities and fun.

On both days enjoy the main stage hosting a variety of celebrity live acts and shows or visit one of the many specific Monster zones which have their own entertainment schedule and activities which are free for visitors to participate in. Families who attend get to let their inner little monsters out and have fun, an assured great day out for the whole family!

The event is in aid of Tree of Hope children’s charity who offer hope to the families of sick and disabled children in the UK who need specialist medical treatment and therapy in order to free them from suffering, giving a better quality to their young lives.

Don’t miss the bash this summer!

www.littlemonstersbash.co.uk

Tree of Hope is passionate about improving the health and lives of sick and disabled children resident in the United Kingdom and Ireland by providing and assisting in the provision of grants to enable them to obtain medical surgery, treatment, therapies and equipment which would not otherwise be available to them.

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