Magic Returns To Kilflynn For Enchanted Fairy Festival

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The Kilflynn Enchanted Fairy Festival returns on June 27/28.

IT was a massive hit last year with over 3,000 visitors, so it’s no surprise to see the Kilflynn Enchanted Fairy Festival return next weekend.

Celebrating all things magical for children and adults alike, the festival is taking place on Saturday and Sunday, June 27/28.

The Kilflynn Fairy Council have again teamed up with the local Fairies, Elves and magical characters to bring this festival to life for children and families and invite them to join us again for the celebration.

A magical parade will open the enchanted weekend events at 7.30pm on Saturday, with street entertainers and the Kilflynn fairies, the largest elf in the world is also appearing, along with other magical faces, knights and wizards

At the end of the parade, the largest elf in the world alongside the fairies and town crier will use magic to open the sealed treasure chest.

Once the 10,001 year old map is revealed, the elves and fairies will work through the night to print lots of maps for the visitors coming the following day to join in the magic setting of the meadow and fairy trail.

Sunday’s activities take place from 12 to 6pm, and a day of great excitement and fun is guaranteed for all full of creative, magical and enchanting activities for all the family to take part in.

Visitors can get the 10,001 year old fairy map to find the little houses that can only be seen by the strong believers in fairies, elves and magical people.

For one day only all people will be able to see the little homes of the enchanted people, take part in free creative workshops and play in the meadow which is full of entertainer’s, characters, story tellers, music and colour.

Picnic areas are available in the meadow and along the fairy trail. There will also be a local food and craft fair throughout the day catering for older believer.

The beauty of the festival is that it gives families an opportunity to go back to the basics of adventure and a chance to explore the countryside together while fostering the sense of imagination and play for children.

Last year’s festival was a great example of the power and achievement that can happen when the Community of Kilflynn came together to provide a magical day for all.

To learn more check out the programme on their Facebook page here…

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