Traffic warning as LolliBop 2014 comes to Hatfield

20:52 14 August 2014

The crowd at LolliBop

The crowd at LolliBop


Motorists are being warned of possible delays near Hatfield House this weekend as children’s festival LolliBop 2014 comes to town for three days.

Justin Fletcher at LolliBopJustin Fletcher at LolliBop

Dubbed ‘The Big Bash For Little People’, LolliBop takes place in the grounds of Hatfield House for the first time from tomorrow (Friday, August 15) to Sunday, August 17.

The event features a host of children’s TV stars, including headliners Mister Maker and Justin Fletcher.

Justin Fletcher at LolliBopJustin Fletcher at LolliBop

Thousands of families are expected to attend the fun-filled three-day festival aimed at young children and nearby roads are expected to be busier than normal.

The main stage at Hatfield House will be headlined by CBeebies superstar Justin Fletcher on the Saturday and Sunday.

Mister Maker will appear at LolliBop 2014 at Hatfield HouseMister Maker will appear at LolliBop 2014 at Hatfield House

The children’s TV favourite needs no introduction to under fives, and organisers said: “This year we’re delighted to have Justin Live! performing at our new home Hatfield House, which promises an all-singing, all-dancing extravaganza guaranteed to bring the house down.”

Mister Maker will take over the main stage on the opening day.

Andy Day at LolliBopAndy Day at LolliBop

Other big names for pint-sized festival-goers to enjoy include CBBC’s Big Friday Wind Up stars Sam & Mark, Mr Bloom, Andy Day’s Live Show, Chris & Pui with their Mini Roadshow, and Michaela Strachan’s Really Wild Adventures Show.

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