Pukka Herbs, creators of organic and fairly traded teas and supplements, are back again at Hoo Ha to spread some herbal magic. The Pukka Zen Den is a place of tranquillity where families can escape the Hoo Ha! hubbub for a moment of herbal bliss with a quiet cuppa. There’s no better place to re-charge before heading back into the action.
Relax and unwind by the Pukka TeaPi with a soothing cuppa while mandala colouring and lavender bag-making activities occupy little hands and minds. There’ll be the Lavender and Chamomile lounge with herbs, teas and tables for ‘grown ups’, all hosted by the mint goddess.
Colston Hall’s incredible Hoo-Ha! festival for children is back this August for the third year. For three days Colston Hall comes alive with music, mirth and rip-roaring fun for all the family. With interactive shows, awesome activities and tons of surprises in store around each corner, everyone’s invited to the Hoo-Ha party.