SEP 04th 2015

Bringing your family

Are you bringing your family to the Revival? Well, you’ll be one of many, as it is a family-friendly day out and a lot of fun for little ones!

Let us help you make the most of the Revival weekend with your children:

Entertainment

Your instinct might be to head straight Over the Road, where the Butlins roller disco and traditional fairground activities will no doubt prove to be a hit. However, there are some great options on the High Street too. Make sure you pop into the Tesco store, where there are traditional Fisher Price and Oxford Diecast toys on sale, and take a look at the Kenwood Theatre cooking demo times, as Miranda Gore Browne in particular will keep your kids amused with her shows over the course of the weekend.

If you need help with your child’s costume for the day, take a look at our Revival Style tips.

Information

Our FAQs page is probably one of the most crucial pages to peruse, as it has details of where you can find medical assistance, ear defenders and the creche among other things. The Event Map and the Timetable are also very useful if you want to be full prepared. 

Settrington Cup

The Settrington Cup is always a treat for any age group, but it is especially fun for kids to see other children living the dream on the historic Goodwood Motor Circuit. Watch out though, they may end wanting one of the cars themselves!

On a related note, if you want to win a Goodwood Revival Boxcart, you can enter our competition here. Please note, you must be attending the event to be eligible for this competition.

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