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Geography Collective at the Latitude Festival…

June 28, 2011

The Latitude festival is perhaps the most ‘geographical’ of festivals given its name.
The event, which begins in 3 weeks time in Suffolk has an extra touch of Mission Explore this year.

Tom Morgan Jones has produced a special map of the Children’s Area which can be seen on the main Latitude website, or downloaded as a PDF (complete with some additional missions)

We also have a special booklet of missions to carry out on the way to the festival.

If you’re coming along to the Festival come and say hello to us in the children’s area…
We have some special deals if you want to get hold of the latest books. Lots of comedy, music, dance, poetry and other great stuff too…
Here’s our billing in the Latitude guide:

Discover the Mission:Explore tent at Latitude this year to attempt absurd, radical and guerrilla challenges around the festival site. Search out this place of randomness to get your daily fill of missions, dares, scavenger hunts, wide games, mob challenges, friendly fights, adventure painting , high visibility hide and seek and sheep making (yes, we’re making sheep). Led by the authors of the Mission:Explore children’s books. Download your free and exclusive Mission: Explore Latitude guide here!


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