Elderflower Fields 2022 – 27-30th May at Pippingford Park, East Sussex
Join our 10th birthday celebrations!
Elderflower Fields is having a party, and you’re all invited. Be part of a fantastic wild weekend of
music, sport, art, performance and non-stop festival fun at the idyllic countryside setting of
Pippingford Park in the Ashdown Forest.
Designed especially for families with younger children, Elderflower Fields provides plenty of
space to camp under the stars with friends for an unforgettable wild adventure. The perfect
chance to set yourself free and connect with nature in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The award winning Elderflower Fields adventure offers some of the finest local artisan food and
drink whilst showcasing a spectacular line-up of performers from Sussex and beyond.
Partnering with a host of experts in sports, arts and nature, families are invited to try new things
together in a safe and nurturing environment.
Everyone’s invited to Elderflower Fields!
Book your wild family adventure today and join the party to start summer 2022 with a bang.
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Tickets on sale now – see website for current prices
CONTACT AND ENQUIRIES
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Elderflower Fields // 27th – 30th July 2022 // Pippingford Park, Nutley, East Sussex, TN22 3HW
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THE SO SUSSEX FAMILY
It’s hard to believe how a small gathering of just a few hundred friends has blossomed over 10 years into an award-winning family festival welcoming almost 5000 guests. Elderflower Fields was created in 2012 by a team of friends under the So Sussex umbrella. Set within stunning grounds and a magical woodland in the Ashdown Forest, Pippingford Park also hosts So Sussex’s second family festival, Into The Trees.
So Sussex offers people a range of enjoyable, educational and fun outdoor experiences to develop their understanding and appreciation of the local environment. Working in partnership with a range of
wonderfully talented, enthusiastic and professional individuals and like-minded organisations, the team deliver award-winning outdoor experiences including newly launched The Living Coast by Bike and the successful Schools Without Walls programme. Elderflower Fields and Into The Trees are the first two So Sussex festivals encouraging kids and their families to spend more time outdoors.
Since creating Elderflower Fields the ambition has been to create a wealth of great activities for children and families to take part in with organisations who love what they do and can inspire people beyond the festival. In 2021 the festival welcomed around 5000 guests to join the wild adventure, with more entertainment and activities on offer than ever before.
‘Elderflower Fields – Best family festival for trying something new’
‘Elderflower Fields has raised the bar for what I now want out of a family festival’
‘Absolutely magical. I am an avid festival goer and this was just fantastic. It felt like a very safe festival and truly created with children in mind, but still a very lovely experience for the grown-ups too’
‘Such a brilliant festival! So much for the kids to do. The sports and arts camps are great for the kids and give parents a break. They also loved the high rope climbing and swinging on the ropes in the trees. The complimentary Sunday picnic was delicious! I love that it’s not too crowded. So friendly’
‘Second year attending this amazing event and once again exceeded all expectations. The children had an absolute blast! In their words; ‘the best weekend ever and this year was even better!’
‘Fantastic weekend. Our first camping experience as a family and we all loved it. Wonderful
adventures in the wild! Will be back next year to make more memories’
‘What an amazing, extremely well run, family-friendly festival in the Sussex countryside. It’s like a mini, family-friendly Glastonbury – music was great and we loved the green, woodland setting. Our kids thoroughly enjoyed the woodland and nature bits as well as the science tent and rock climbing’