Get your sunglasses and wellies ready (well it’s an English summer after all!) and get ready for some festival fun with your family this year. Rowse Honey is giving away five weekend family passes – for 2 adults and 2 children (under 13 years old) – to Latitude Festival. Simply go to the Rowse Honey Facebook page for your chance to win.
What’s Latitude Festival all about? Well, set in the Suffolk countryside, it’s more than just a music festival. Headliners are The National, Paolo Nutini and Suede, and there are many other huge bands to boot. Not to mention comedy, cabaret, theatre, poetry, film and loads of stuff for children and teens.
The Rowse Howse of Honey
Thanks to Rowse Honey, there’ll be even more to enjoy at Latitude Festival. The Rowse Howse of Honey is a buzzing beehive where kids learn all about bees and honey. There’ll be busy bee activities, face painting, waggle dancing and, of course, honey tasting.
Just follow the buzz…
The Rowse Howse of Honey will be buzzing (literally!) with fun and games for kids.
Bee-prepared to get busy. Once inside the Rowse Howse of Honey, you’ll be turned into newbees, taught all about beekeeping and honey, and sent on a special nectar-finding mission!
Rowse Honey’s entirely free event at Latitude Festival includes:
• face painting
• waggle dancing
• a real beehive
• honey tasting
• party bags
• lots of games and activities
You'll also meet Queen Bee and all her friends, like Miss B. Keeper, Dancing Bee and Mr Green Thumbs.
Kirstie Jamieson, who works at the home of Britain’s best-loved honey, says, “We’re dedicated to making sure this natural, tasty goodness won’t ever cost the earth, or the bees. So we want to inspire a future generation of honey-lovers to produce it and enjoy it too.”
If you’d like your children to discover the joy of bees, beekeeping and honey, then bring them along to this magical event. The Howse of Honey will be open everyday between 9:00 and 17:00. Just follow the buzz!
I will be there on the Sunday thanks to Rowse Honey, so come and find me!