The Dingly Dell is without a doubt our favourtie bit of Camp Bestival. Packed with ways for kids to enjoy the outdoors and encouraging creativity, it’s a winner. Visit in the day times and see Lizzie’s Way, Mud Mural Wall, National Trust’s 50 Things Meadow, story telling, butterfly conservation and at night walk around the lit up woodland. There’s also a park open all day and night (adult supervision required).
It’s the perfect escape from the hustle of bustle of the festival and gives much needed shade on hot weekends! My top tip would be to visit when Mr Tumble or one of the main day time acts are on – it’s really quiet then.
Here’s a look through the DIngle Dell in photos, from Camp Bestival 2015…
National Trust – 50 Things Meadow
This year the National Trust added some building activities to their field, it was great to see so many parents and children working together and girls and boys handling saws and hammers.