Before we start, let’s run through a few things so you’re prepped for all the fun that lies ahead…
Do it before the festival for ease.
There are two lanes at the entrance gate – the one you join depends on whether you have topped up your wristband (we need to pair your account and wristband if so).
HAVE YOU WATCHED OUR SHORT VIDEO ON HOW TO TOP UP AT THE FESTIVAL WITHOUT GOING TO THE CASHLESS TOP UP BANK? It’s very easy.
Our postcode is BS40 8SZ.
We advise people to arrive from the Chew Valley Lake side of Denny Lane (Walley Lane, via Bishop Sutton), as there will be a strict one-way policy for entering and leaving the car park. Everyone will be signposted down the Bristol Water road and the stewards will direct you from there. If you search for the postcode on the internet or your sat nav, please bear in mind the exact location of the farm is slightly different to the postcode location. There is a road closure and one-way system in force on Denny Lane.
We have four camping areas: Family/Beyond the Burner/Accessible/Glamping
Family – this is close to the car park. Please respect that everyone needs beauty sleep and keep noise levels down.
Beyond the Burner – this is close to the action. (You may want to bring a sack trolley/wheelbarrow to help carry your stuff in). Although we do have rickshaws on site who can help transport your stuff for a donation. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for Jeff’s number. You can then talk about what, where and timings.
Accessible – Everyone will be signposted down the Bristol Water road and the stewards will direct you from there. If you didn’t manage to get a place in accessible camping and would like some help with transport we have some rickshaws. See above for arrangements.
Glamping – you have your own car park.
Drop off point – if you’re getting a lift, come to Purple Gate on Walley Lane to avoid some of the arrival queues.
We’re a small site, it doesn’t take long to move around but we have changed a few things based on your feedback last year. On arrival (and at Merch Tent) you can buy a programme with everything you need to know to make the most of your time. All profits will go to the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Don’t forget your water bottle and your camping mug – we aren’t selling anything in single use plastic – please bear this in mind when you want to buy tea and coffee at the event. This includes bottles and coffee/tea cups – so please bring your own or buy one from us. Camping mugs not china mugs, mind.
Check the weather forecast. Keep your fingers crossed the weather gods will smile on us.
You can bring your own booze to drink in the campsites (remember no glass – so get de-canting). However you won’t be able to drink this in the main arenas.
BOOK YOUR FEASTS/TREATMENTS/YOGA/MASTERCLASSES
If you haven’t done this yet, do it via the website or ask at the Info point when you’re on site.
Masterclasses – fitness (we also have free fitness sessions in the Regen tent and Zumba on the main stage).
Nearly time to GET ON MY LAND!