Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Can we park next to our camp site to unload our tents and camping gear?

A. Yes! You can park your car next to your tent all week long.  A parking charge applies, detailed below.

Q. Is there an extra charge for a caravan/campervan?

A. If you're arriving any time between Monday 7th and Thursday 10th August, there will be a one-off vehicle parking charge of £10 payable on arrival.  If arriving between Friday 11th and Sunday 13th August, the one-off vehicle parking charge is £5.00 payable on arrival.  These are cash only.

Q. Will there be day tickets available to buy on the gate?

Gate ticket availability is subject to the number of advance tickets sold, we strongly advise to purchase in advance. If tickets are available on the day these must be paid for in cash, we will not have a card machine on site.

Q. What time does the camp site open?

The camp site opens from midday on Monday 7 August. Yes - you really can camp all week at no extra cost!

Q. How big is the festival?

We are a small festival that has a warm friendly relaxed feel. We are licensed for an attendance of 2,000 people on site which is a major factor in the incredibly safe and welcoming atmosphere. Farmer Phil is quite insistent that this festival will not get any bigger!

Q. Can I bring my own food and drink?

Yes.  We do have a large variety of food vendors booked for the festival but if you’re camping for the week then you may wish to consider catering for yourselves as we cannot at this point in time guarantee when traders will be on site.  The on site bar is run by the festival and has a good variety of beverages to enjoy, including locally brewed real ales!  All the food vendors on site have been chosen for giving value for money on all food sold.

Q. Can I take glasses or cans of drink into the festival arena?

No.  For your safety and that of your fellow festival goers we do not allow glasses or cans in the festival arena.

Q. Are dogs allowed?

Yes! We just ask that they are kept under control and on a lead at all times.

Q. Are camp fires and barbecues allowed?

Yes! We ask that fires are raise off the ground and that you remain aware of fire safety.

 

If you have a question that we haven't answered here, get in touch with us and we'll respond ASAP.

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