This bank holiday weekend saw the first Geronimo Festival take place at Tatton Park and we were lucky enough to attend. The venue was beautiful and driving through the grounds, we were excited to see deer roaming freely. The festival itself was well presented, utilising big tents, so whatever the weather, the activities and workshops would go ahead.
With so many things taking place, I don't think we managed to do half of what there was there to do! But the things we did do, were throughly enjoyed. From balance biking, to bear hunting, to hammock swinging, to castle bouncing, to helter skeltering, to donkey riding, to LEGO building to hill rolling to show watching to ice cream eating - the whole day was action packed and filled with memorable experiences. It was so nice to share the day with my blogging buddy Bex and the adorable Leah, and we bumped in some other fellow bloggers throughout the day too.
Freddy met some of his favourite CBeebies characters, Swashbuckle's Cook and Line and the absolutely lovely Katy Ashworth from I Can Cook. He also got to see Alex Winters and Mr Bloom performing, whilst perched up on his daddy's shoulders.
I wish we had more time because we missed out on the Funky Junk Zone, Adrenaline Zone and Circus Zone. We were just too busy having fun doing other things! I loved the freedom of the event and seeing Freddy being able to have fun doing a selection of activities was great. He had a really good day.
Here's hoping that Geronimo Festival returns next year!