Come and be inspired to learn new languages at the World of Love Festival in Kings Park, Bournemouth on Sunday 22 September 2019.
The World of Love Festival is hoping to inspire children to learn a new language and discover different cultures from all around the world.
The family festival will run from 11am to 4pm and will feature various children’s games and activities from around the world, live performances, international cuisine, music, arts and crafts, language teachers and visits from people from over 20 different cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
Supported by BCP, Dorset Race Equality Council and more, the festival hopes to attract over one thousand people to Kings Park to experience different cultures all in one place.
Bea Sieradzka, the founder of the festival is hoping the event will show the importance of learning different languages.
She is the mother of a bilingual boy who is currently learning Mandarin Chinese as his third language and she believes that the easiest way to learn languages is while you are young and having fun.
The first edition of the World of Love Festival was held in March this year at a local school and united 18 people from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds to share and celebrate their different cultures.
Between 800-1000 people attended the event in March and the organisers are hoping to double this number in September’s festival.
For free tickets and to find out more about the World of Love Festival visit their website.
Photo by World of Love Festival.