Fri 6th - Sat 7th July 2018

What to Bring

  • Your tickets or PayPal receipt - a screenshot on your phone or device is fine and is more environmentally friendly.  If your large group is arriving separately, each party should bring a copy. 
  • We will have a wide range of food stalls on site but you can bring your own picnic if you wish.
  • Picnic chairs or rug. 
  • Suncream - keep an eye on the forecast, and have the mac and wellies on stand-by too.

  • Proof of age/ID.  If you are blessed with youthful looks, then lucky you but you might need some if challenged at the bar.

      (A wristband is not proof of age, and anyone found to be wearing the wrong one risks being ejected from the festival.)
  • Just for 2017, we'd be extra grateful if you could please bring one item of good quality pre-loved clothing, for a baby, child or adult, to give to The Family Haven who will be on site as our Charity Partner for this year.

... and What Not to Bring

  • Glass containers or bottles.
  • Alcoholic drinks - If you are camping they are allowed in the camp site, but you cannot take them through to the main event area.
  • Illegal substances - anybody found with illegal drugs of any kind will be ejected from the Festival immediately and police informed.  This also applies to weapons, knives, etc.
  • Your dog, sorry (unless he's a guide dog).
  • As with most festivals please don’t bring umbrellas for rain (or sun) – they block the view and they can poke someone's eye out!

If in doubt, check our Terms and Conditions.


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