• FAQ's


Are there any showers?

Unfortunately no.  However, there are mains toilets with wash hand basins.


Is there food on site?

Yes, two areas with food.


Will there be any music or activities on the Sunday?

No. We find that most people head for home on the Sunday.


Can we get to the site early?

Only by prior arrangement with Tony Nightingale. The organisers will be on-site from the Wednesday.


What are mobile phone signals like there?

As far as we can tell all signals are very good.


Are dogs allowed?

Yes but must be kept on leads at all times. This is a working farm with horses. Dog fouling must be picked up and disposed in the correct bins.


Are fires allowed?

There will be fires provided at different points round the display area with loads of logs provided.

There is also a fire pit with log seats all round. No fires in the field please. Again this is a working farm.


What about disabled access?

The whole site is on one level but remember that wheelchairs in fields do not make easy rides.

Next to the main music venue there is a disabled toilet.


Will there be pass-outs?

Yes. It is illegal to keep you captive all weekend. All campers will have wristbands to say that they are recognised participants.


How far to nearest pub?

A long way. Let me say that if you walked into town then you would be quite sober by the time that you got back.


Are there any day passes?

There are no day passes. However this year we are introducing a Saturday evening pass that enables you to park

in the crew yard by our control and visit the site to see the headline bands.  you will not be able to camp though.


I live local and want or need to go home after the music.  Is this OK?  

Yes we are not allowed to hold you prisoner. If you have paid the full price and have a wristband then you will

be able to go home and come back the following day.