Camp Entrance Times
Friday 28th April 2023 12:00pm - 10:00pm
Saturday 29th April 2023: 9:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday 30th April 2023: 9:00am - 10:00pm
Late arrivals will sadly be turned away until the following day.
For your safety, we encourage everyone who is camping and using our car park to refrain from leaving the site between 10:00pm and 9:00am.
Campsite to Arena Times
Friday 28th April 2023: 5:00pm - 00:30am*
Saturday 29th April 2023: 11:00am - 00:30am*
Sunday 30th April 2023: 11:00am - 00:30am*
* The Merry Woodland Stage has exclusive comedy, spoken word and unplugged jam sessions for campers until 2am. This stage can be accessed directly from the campsite after the arena is closed.
After the Festival
Campers must leave by Monday 1st May 2023 at 12:00pm. Please bring a bin bag with you and leave your rubbish in a nice pile for us to come and collect.
You are allowed to bring your own alcohol to the campsite, but only a reasonable amount* per adult (remember the organisers put the festival on for free and in our spare time, this means we can give you good bands at cheap ticket prices, please do your bit by supporting our bars and helping us to raise money in the fight against children's cancer). This is for personal consumption in the campsite ONLY and will not be allowed on our shuttle bus or brought into the main arena, where there are bars available. The bars offer a great selection of real ales, ciders, spirits, lagers, wines and soft drinks at reasonable prices.
*Please note alcohol must be decanted into non-glass containers. There is no glass allowed as broken glass can harm children or the livestock who will use the campsite land after you leave.
Food is allowed into the camping area but only baby food can be taken into the festival arena
Please note disposable aluminium BBQs are not allowed. Only small purpose built off-the-ground BBQs and camping stoves can be used to cook food but ONLY in designated cooking areas.
We’re happy for groups of friends to camp near each but we politely ask that people are considerate and not to set up overly-large “camping areas” to ensure everyone has enough room to enjoy the campsite and all have a fair amount of space.
Inside the arena there is a campsite shop. Here you'll find everyday essentials such as sweets, energy bars, drinks, wipes, cigarettes, tabacco etc.
The shop also sells tent accessories such as pegs, sleeping bags, rollmats, blankets, bed socks, air beds, camp chairs, pillows, torches, phone chargers and more.
Toilets & Showers
The camping area has it's own set of portaloos separate to the main arena.
You may also upgrade to our luxury toilets and showers, or book a glamping tent which includes this upgrade.
Camping Terms and Conditions
Updated 14th January 2022
IMPORTANT POINTS TO A SAFE AND HAPPY FESTIVAL
BBQ Safety - the dangers of Carbon Monoxide
Arena terms also apply. Please ensure you have read the arena terms.
Camping and Caravaning not for you? There are a number of hotels and B&Bs in the local area. You can see a full list on Tripadvisor, where you can check out their ratings, reviews and prices.
Key Festival Information
Leading the fight with donations and direct support for children with cancer