Mobile phones may not get a signal from the festival site. Bliss! You may have to walk a few hundred yards up to the Ridgeway, the hill on the edge of the site, before you can make a call …. but the views from there are unbelievable!)
Much as we’d like to promise sunshine, don’t forget you’ll be on a farm site. One of the great things about this festival is that there are lovely walks and views in all directions – even if it’s not sunny. Bring your boots or wellies and your rainwear as well as your tee-shirts and shorts.
Definitely a good idea for if it’s a warm evening.
CARS and PARKING
Driving onsite keep dead slow – 5mph.
VEHICLE MOVEMENT will be restricted during the festival.
When accessing the site, festival goers will be able to drive onto site and park next to their pitch.
If you plan to drive off site during the festival, we ask you to use the parking field by the entrance. This will allow you to move your car in and out of the site easily.
SHOWERS are available onsite, these are charged at £2 per person. All profit from the showers will go to the church.
WATER is available from standpipes around the site.
Nearest shops are in Wareham, about 5 miles so best advice is to bring your supplies with you. There willl be stalls serving food throughout the festival.
We have reserved one area as the “Quiet Field”. On this field all music and partying should stop by midnight.
While it is great to have songs and music round campfires late on, please refrain from excessive noise such as amplified music.
can be made. Firewood and coal is for sale from the farmhouse. Please do not take wood from the woods onsite.
The bar is open more or less all the time. We politely ask you not to bring alcohol into the stage and bar area due to licensing and health and safety consideration.
– Camping for disabled customers is provided close to the festival stages. Facilities for disabled people include: drop-off area for camping equipment, limited parking for blue badge holders, and wheelchair-accessible toilets.
– The festival takes place on hilly farmland and is intended to attract hundreds of people. Weather conditions will affect the overall state of the ground. It is particularly important that wheelchair users and those with mobility problems should be aware that paths are limited. There is a concrete road leading from the main entrance to the main stage and bar areas.
– The festival management welcomes feedback, opinion and guidance with a view to improving conditions for disabled festival-goers.
There are no cash machines on site.
Dogs are allowed on the festival campsite but are NOT allowed in the festival music venues (except guide dogs). In all circumstances dogs must be kept under strict control and on short leads. Always clean up after your dog. Owners will be responsible for any damage caused by their dogs.
– Of particular note – there will be sheep in fields adjoining the camping areas.
If you need to to contact the festival management in a medical emergency or to report noise pollution or other health and safety matters, please contact Phil Watkins 07974-667074
Opening hours for the on-site ticket office during the festival are from 1pm Friday afternoon. For exact times check back here nearer the time.