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Award-winning children’s festival celebrates 10th year

Play time: children enjoyed trying on hard hats and using their imagination with the building items

Play time: children enjoyed trying on hard hats and using their imagination with the building items

An award-winning children’s festival in Chelmsford featured an extra attraction with some help from our eastern region.

Marking its 10th anniversary, the 3Foot People Festival was hosted within the beautiful grounds of Hylands Estate from June 30th to July 2nd. The event is organised especially for pre-school kids and offers story-telling, baby yoga, music, ballet and much more.

We’ve got nearby developments at St Johns and Beeches Crescent, so we joined in by sponsoring a giant sandpit and a special tent dedicated to building-themed play and activities. More than 150 children dropped by to enjoy the fun.

Karen Roake, Linden Homes Eastern sales and marketing director, said: “The 3Foot People Festival is a great event which is enjoyed by children and their parents, so we were delighted to give it our support.

“The variety of play on offer is partly what makes it such a fun event. Children love pretending to be builders, and our hard hats, sand and construction toys went down very well!”

Did you know?

Linden Homes has contributed over £9.7 million towards leisure, sport and other public facilities in the UK since 2010.

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