What’s Included in the Ticket Price?
Included in your ticket price: Entry to the Festival ground, wristband, a voting token, Fri School Disco, 2 days of live music, Soft Hay play area, circus workshops, a number of Forest School Activities, interactive walks, and all demonstrations. There are also lots of other activities available for children and adults for a small fee.
Can we dress up?
Yes! Lots of our visitors love to get into the spirit of things and we have had some amazing artists to help you put the finishing touches to your costumes. There will be face painting, Henna tattooing, fairy, butterfly and dragon wing making, wands & swords, unicorn headwear and archery!
Is there food on site? Will it be from reliable sources? Will there be enough choice to cater for dietary needs?
Yes, there will be a variety of food outlets from local, ethical and award-winning chefs. There will be tasty choices to satisfy most dietary choices and needs.
Are dogs, cats or other pets allowed?
No pets are not allowed on the grounds. Sorry!
Is there security and First Aid at the Festival?
Yes, there are security teams patrolling the festival over the weekend and St John’s Ambulance first aiders will be in attendance on Saturday. However, the responsibility for your belongings and your health remain with you. Please bring any medication, especially if you suffer from hayfever or other allergies and don’t bring unnecessary valuables and electronics.
Is there a Car Park?
There is a car park for visitors which is charged at the gate at £3 per car, valid for the whole weekend. The charge pays for some security and gates will be locked at night, but we accept no responsibility for any valuables left in the cars. There will be a regular tractor and trailer service to take you from the car park to the festival.
Are caravans or mobile homes allowed in the car parks or campervan fields?
I’m afraid we can’t have caravans or motor homes on site at all. The festival is held on a wildflower farm, producing seed for sale. Each year a different meadow is mown for car parking, camping and campervans to reduce the risk of damage to the soil so that the flowers return the following year. Caravans and motor homes are too heavy and sometimes require more manoeuvring thus causing permanent damage to the fields. I’m afraid that we will therefore always have this policy at this particular festival site.
Are there toilets on site?
Yes there are toilets in and around the Festival. 10 chemical toilets, of which one with ramp access, and a number of composting urinals to alleviate the flow of queues.
Is there camping on site?
Yes, camping is permitted on site for visitors, if booked. Camping permitted from 3 pm on Friday to 3 pm on Sunday. Night gate closing times apply.
What time does the Festival open?
The Festival gates open at 5 pm and close at 11 pm on Friday 29th June, open at 8 am and close at midnight on Saturday 130th June, open at 8 am and close at noon on Sunday 1st July.
What is your recycling policy?
We do ask our visitors to take home as much recycling as possible to reduce our footprint. However, there will be designated bins around the Festival.
Am I allowed to bring glass bottles
Absolutely not. Please do not bring glass on site. Sheep and cattle graze the fields throughout the year.
Is the festival accessible to disabled users?
Access to disabled users is not easy, due to the terrain being mostly grassy and not flat.
Where is the nearest train station?
The nearest train station to the Festival is Honiton, 5 miles. You would need to get a taxi from there.