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Our award-winning Family Programme returns!

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Last week we revealed over 130 names joining us this summer in Henham Park, Suffolk, but that's not all. Proud to be called a family festival, our Award-winning Family Programme is set to return for 2018.
Areas & Activities at Latitude
Discover the Kids' Area, Enchanted Garden and Inbetweeners' Area, plus the wide range of activities and entertainment guaranteed to create unforgettable memories.

Family Campsite
Located next to the Enchanted Garden, the family campsite is reserved for those with children under 16 and includes dedicated toilets, showers, washing facilities, food stalls & car park.

Family Values
Inspire your next generation of festival lovers. Find out about our family ticket options where kids under 5 get in for no extra cost, those between 5-13 for just £10, and teens under 16 saving over £70.
School Day at Latitude
In partnership with Culture Works East and Norfolk and Norwich Festival Bridge our 2018 Primary Schools Programme gives teachers the opportunity to bring students to a special Latitude Schools Day on Friday 13th July.

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