Impromptu: the focus of the festival on the fresh air

  • Impromptu: the focus of the festival on the fresh air
    Independent.t. E.
    With today’s youngsters, being deceived by all the tech, it’s nice to see a new summer festival, which encourages children to enjoy some old-fashioned games, fun and imagination. The focus Playstival, organized by the happy Pear is a return to basics, allowing families to experience a more innocent approach to games and play.
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With today’s youngsters, being deceived by all the tech, it’s nice to see a new summer festival, which encourages children to enjoy some old-fashioned games, fun and imagination. The focus Playstival, organized by the happy Pear is a return to basics, allowing families to experience a more innocent approach to games and play.

This weekend on the airfield urban farm of Overend real estate in Dundrum, South of Dublin, Playstival about practical, creative entertainment and themed ‘play in the universes, not fancy tech or screens about. The idea of the festival-to get away from screen time. The organizer for shell Holden, Laya beautiful City of fame, said, “we look at the first generation in Ireland who never gets to say ‘to the Internet.”

This generation is growing, yet was enabled 24/7, amid growing concerns over possible adverse impact on their cognitive and social development. The goal is to provide families the opportunity to enjoy a simple game, fun and imagination and foster the growth of sustainable physical and mental well-being.

Playing universes connected wooden game created by French company Festijeux. The game is different for children from 18 months to 12 years. They include construction, architect’s office, based on team skills, pedal-powered Park train, children’s food market, animal farm, island baby, the tea party and the Wild West, visit.

Parents can either join in with their children or let them play with the other boys. And games, Playstival includes laughter Yoga and BrickX club for LEGO builds. Children can perform on the stage of the Studio school Miss Ali, get crafty with paper or pet shop Discover the world of science with Junior Einsteins.

Farm food airfield properties for sale at the weekend, including BBQ, barbecue, homemade cakes, ice cream and coffee Barista. Brunch is served in Overends the kitchen all day. The stables cafe will be a grab ‘N’ go food for a picnic for visitors to enjoy on 38 acres. Playstival tickets are €12.42 at the age of two to be released.

* Since August is a popular time for weddings, poll Bridebook.Ko.the application of the UK shows that the average cost of tying the knot has reached a record high level of £30,365, to 12 PCs. in the past year for a total of $ 26,989. Even when some of the ruffles did not fall, for example, videographers and entertainment, medium, big bill event day stops just a few pounds short of £18,000.

Bridebook says Hyper-personalized wedding came as couples to do things their way, to reflect themselves as a couple. If Prince Harry and Meghan Markle can have 70kg deconstructed lemon and elderflower wedding cake and ‘stay with me’ sung in the chapel of St. George, in Windsor castle, couples should not be associated, according to tradition, all of which can add to the budget.

A survey by one4all website shows that Irish wedding guests pay an average of €643 on clothing, transport, reception, drinks, accommodation and gifts. The British have a high bill when attending wedding, with a study showing Prudently guests need to fork out £1,015, if the wedding is abroad.

* Beverages, retail trade, food and Finance were the largest spenders of categories on the main () advertising in the first half of the year. Kinetic reports that the drinks had 20pcs overall ooh spend, with diageo, Heineken and Coca-Cola all featured in the TOP 10. Just have top resembles a campaign.

The best food spend is included Cadbury, Mars, Ferrero and Danone. NTA figures show that ridership on public transportation rose by 17pc last year, which is good news for advertisers using Irish rail, Dublin bus, tram.

* Newstalk will soon roll out a new morning news show ‘morning briefing’. Presented by Andrea Gilligan, a half-hour show will air from 6 in the morning with breaking news in the morning and sets the agenda. This is the only news program live on the radio at that time of day.

Gilligan, a native of Donegal, was working for Newstalk for five years as the afternoon news. She presented “between the lines” on Sunday mornings and fills in a different place. The Breakfast briefing will begin on Monday, August 27.

* Weir & sons jewellers landed the award for best retail publication in the journal of his “style” house at the global Content marketing awards in the United States. Stories about luxury watch brands such as rolex, omega, tag Heuer and Gucci feature in the twice a year publication. Dublin Agency content 256 helps Weirs.

And finally… the bouquets to SoftCo for maintenance of the Irish national team on hockey are competing in their first world Cup since 2002. Executive Chairman and co-founder of SoftCo Susan Spencer was herself a first-class goalkeeper. Other sports sponsorship international software group includes all blacks legend Dan Carter and Irish icon Ronan O’gara.

Michael Cullen is editor of marketing.t. E.; cullen@marketing.ie

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