Festival for tots is a big hit with families

Sarah Cosgrove of Baby Spanish at TotFest. Picture: Andrew Roe
Sarah Cosgrove of Baby Spanish at TotFest. Picture: Andrew Roe
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Little ones had a lot of fun on The Moor as hundreds of people flocked to a free, family-friendly festival.

TOTfest was aimed at children aged seven and under and offered a range of activities to keep them entertained.

Harry Higgins colours in at TotFest. Picture: Andrew Roe

Harry Higgins colours in at TotFest. Picture: Andrew Roe

Drumming classes, circus workshops, arts and crafts and face painting were just some of the highlights for the young city centre festivalgoers on Sunday.

The opportunity to meet meercats and creepy crawlies from the Tropical Butterfly House also proved very popular with visitors.

Sandra Barley, centre liaison officer for The Moor, said: “We have regular events for all the family on The Moor so we thought why shouldn’t the little ones have a party too?”

Edward and Oliver with the llamas at TotFest. Picture: Andrew Roe

Edward and Oliver with the llamas at TotFest. Picture: Andrew Roe

Edie Doherty plays golf with Nigel Parkinson, of mini chippers at TotFest. Picture: Andrew Roe

Edie Doherty plays golf with Nigel Parkinson, of mini chippers at TotFest. Picture: Andrew Roe

Edan and Owen Haywood play in the playhouses at Little Sheffield which have a stall at TotFest. Picture: Andrew Roe

Edan and Owen Haywood play in the playhouses at Little Sheffield which have a stall at TotFest. Picture: Andrew Roe

A parade at TotFest. Picture: Andrew Roe

A parade at TotFest. Picture: Andrew Roe