Yes – our festival elves will direct you so that we’re parked efficiently. You will not be able to drive to your camping pitch (there are barrows for those with HUGE tents). Please share your car wherever possible, the environment will thank you.
You can bring a Camper Van, however we have a very limited number of pitches (you can’t drive onto the camping fields). If you’d like to bring your van, you’ll need to buy a Camper Van ticket from the tickets page in addition to your attendee tickets. Without a ticket, no camper van.
There are two pitches with hard standing and electric hookup for camper vans, these are ticketed separately.
Due to these limitations, we don’t have space for caravans, very sorry.
Almost every camping glade has a (large) campfire. There are also communal campfires, some of which are reserved for Werewolf games. You can scavenge for fallen wood, and we will have logs and kindling available to purchase from the campsite shop. This is a woodland campsite during August, so fire safety is very important, and a responsibility we all share.
We have food vans serving meals, snacks, vegan food and pancakes on site for the whole festival. And we have a bar again! (Responsible drinking is fine. Irresponsible drinking isn’t and will lead to you being asked to leave).
The site shop will be open Fri eve until around 8pm, Sat/Sun 10am – 6pm, and Monday from 10am. it sells cold drinks, sweets, chocolate, biscuits, marshmallows (and wooden sticks!), popcorn, milk and logs, and they take card.
There are supermarkets and takeaways nearby (some may deliver to the site). There are drinking water taps on site. You can use bbqs and camping stoves if they are raised off the ground and you take sensible precautions.
We have a big toilet/shower block that will be kept stocked during the event. There is gender-neutral toilet with disabled access and several gender-neutral showers.
Absolutely, but please be mindful of allowing space for others to camp. If we’re short on space, we may need to get you to move it. Bonus points if you make it available to others for gaming!
There will be a designated smoking point, absolutely no smoking (of any form) elsewhere (this is a woodland in August!). Vaping is ok as long as it ok with those around you.
No heckin doggo. Sorry! (Same goes for Alpacas and so on)
While the site is generally flat with paths, it is a fairly extensive woodland campsite. If you have any concerns regarding accessibility or anything else, please get in touch for more information. There is an accessible disabled toilet as part of the toilet/shower block, and there is a baby change unit which unfortunately due to space/wall limitations has to be in the female toilets (the site apologises for not having a more gender neutral location yet!).
While we’re on the subject of inclusivity, the Festival is a safe, inclusive, diverse, tolerant, friendly space. If Donald would say it or do it, don’t. In summary, don’t be a dick, or you’ll be asked to leave. If you’re not happy with something that happens at the Festival, please find someone with a yellow lanyard, and they’ll be able to help, or find someone who can.