Lots of festivals have a kids-zone. Wildhood, which takes place over a weekend in the grounds of 17th-century Tullibole Castle is all kids-zone. In other words, it’s a festival wholly designed around and for children aged 12 and under. There’s plenty that you’d expect at a grown-up festival, from camping to food stalls to music and chances to try things out, but it’s all oriented to younger ones from toddlers to pre-teens. Scheduled over three days and two nights, it makes the most of its setting, with the backdrop of a fairytale castle and plenty of space to explore, including bushcraft and eco explorations in the ancient woodland, room for campfires, cooking zones and play areas in the extensive camping space. The central festival zone is filled with arts and craft, music and mythology, yoga and dance, spellbinding stories and magical creatures.