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Joe Blogs hangs out at Harvest At Jimmy's

Smart Boy About Town heads off to Suffolk for a weekend of good food, good music and good company




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Hi, it's me, Joe.

So I've just come back from what I reckon will be my last festival of the season: Harvest At Jimmy's up in Suffolk. Jimmy's is a working farm, so there was a lot of hay and animals everywhere. I loved feeding the greedy goats with these funny pellets – and there was a miniature village for the guinea pigs. I loved Charlie And Lola's Best Bestest Play, and the adventure playground in the Playpen was awesome. The funniest thing was the sumo wrestler suits you could try on, but when you fall over, it's very hard to get up!

There was also lots of great foodie things going on. Not really my cup of tea, but my mummy seemed a bit narked to spend all her time in the playground with me, rather than tucking into all the nice food. We did manage some tasty pasta from Jimmy's buddy, Jamie Oliver, and there were all sorts of other chefs there, like Hairy Bikers and Thomasina Miers.

We bumped into Radio One DJ, Nihal, in the VIP tent. He was having a bit of a panic as his young son had gone off for a wander and noone knew where he wants. Thank goodness he was found in time, otherwise Nihal's DJ set might have been in jeopardy! My mummy took some great footage of my trying out my famous dance moves. If you fancy it, you can book your Early Bird tickets for next year's festival now. See you there!

Joe's wardrobe: Red Monkey long-sleeved T-shirt from M&S; jeans by French Connection; trainers by Geox.


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