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What do we do?
The team at Up All Hours are experts in how to survive festivals with small children in tow. In 2014, we put our money where our mouths were and took our expertise to Jamie Oliver’s The Big Feastival, where we set up our first Up All Hours Tent, providing nappy changing and feeding facilities to festival families.
In 2015, back by popular demand, we provided services at 4 festivals in the UK, with an increased offering including: Kids Café, Kids Chill Out Areas and in some cases, running the Lost Child Point.
We tailor our services to suit your event, scaling up or down, to fulfil your requirements. We pride ourselves on being able to provide a great, personal and memorable service, which we can roll out in pretty much any location and under any conditions. If we can do a tent in a muddy field, in torrential rain, for days on end, we can do anything!
What can we provide?
With the 2016 Festival season approaching, the Up All Hours tents, can offer a combination of all or some of the following:
- Baby Changing: We've got nappy-changing stations, kitted out with wipes, nappies, cream and nappy bins;
- Feeding areas: Here families can find somewhere comfortable where they can sit down (that isn't a patch of wet grass, next to a brass band or in full view of a coachload of teenagers celebrating their A-level results) and breastfeed, or warm a bottle, and take their time;
- Kids Café: When yet another hot dog just doesn’t cut it for the under 8’s, the Up All Hours Kids Café offers a refuelling station full of family favourites, such as Shepherd’s Pie or a good old Spag Bol to feed those tummies and get families back out in to the fray of the festivals, with renewed energy.
- Kids Chill Out Areas: Festivals can be a full on environment for kids and the Up All Hours Tent offers a quiet area for children with toys and colouring packs to let them have a time out before heading back, refreshed, to see what else the festival has to throw at them;
- The Buggy Park: Pushing a Buggy around all day is exhausting work, so parents can park up and chill out, safe in the knowledge that their buggy is safe in our hands;
- Lost Child Point: The Up All Hours staff are fully DBS checked and with a background in security they could not be better qualified to organise and run the Lost Child point, liaising with festival security to ensure that no parent is separated from their child for long;
- Story Time: Throughout the day, the Up All Hours tent can arrange Story Time where kids can come and sit and listen, to story or two and in the evening, what better way to try and settle little ones down for the night, than with a bedtime story;
- Bath time: In conjunction with the bedtime story as the light dims and the kids are all worn out the smallest little ones can come to the cosy Up All Hours tent to be bathed in warm soapy suds, before getting into their jim- jams and turning in for the night;
- Lets not forget about the parents: We took a bank of massage chairs with us in 2015 and plan to do the same this year. We have the parents in mind at all times and plan to increase the relaxation facilities for the parents in 2016.
- Talks and interviews with our resident experts: The Up All Hours website has a host of experts on all different aspects of parenting and we are pleased to say that they travel with us to the festivals too. Parents can book in for a free talk by one of our experts on all subject matters from sleep training, to weaning, to even a bit of pre and postnatal Yoga!