The Campsite is located in the field adjacent to the Festival Entertainment.
The campers are camping at their own risk, and will be handed a campsite regulations notice on arrival.
Campers are provided with adequate toilet facilities, and running cold water.
While camping and on the campsite the following rules and regulations will be enforced by marshals:
- No ball games
- No open fires, or fire pits (BBQs and camping stoves are allowed)
- Each tent must be pitched within its allocated pitch
- Cars must be parked in the camping car park or public car park, not in the campsite itself. Do not obstruct the emergency vehicle access routes.
- Noise after midnight must be kept to an absolute minimum with no loud music, or raucous behaviour
- The site must be cleared by 1400 Sunday (9th July 2017)
- The camping ticket allows for only 1 nights camping from 0800 on Saturday 8th July through to 1400 Sunday 9th July 2017.
- Any problems should be reported to the site director (number to be provided on entry).This number will be available 24/7 from 0800 on 8th July - 1400 on 9th
- Access to the campsite will be lit, however the site itself will be unlit, and campers are advised to carry torches at all times, and move about the site at their
- By entering the campsite all campers are agreeing to the fact that they are camping at their own risk, and that the Festival can not be held responsible for any
accidents that take place on the campsite.
- First aid kits will be available for campers, at the Campsite entrance
- Fire extinguishers will be at Safety Points throughout the campsite
- It will not be possible to move your car from the Campsite Car Park between 1800 on 8th July and 0730 on 9th July. This is for safety reasons to avoid collisions
between cars and campers. Campers wishing to leaving between these hours should use the main offsite car park which is a 10 minute walk from the festival site.