There will be First Aid provision day and night on site provided by St Johns ambulance.  In an emergency, please alert one of our festival stewards who will radio for a medic to attend.

Information Tent

Any questions, please go directly to the Information Tent. Our information team will be more than happy to go through the programme with you and be as helpful as they can. The programme is only available in hard-copy form from the information tent.

Toilets and Showers

There are toilets situated around the site and they are marked on the map. Your camping area may not be right next door to the loo, but should be no more than a couple of minutes walk, at the most. The toilets are a mixture of  portable loos and stand alone park flushable loos. If you notice that the portaloos  have run out of loo paper or are getting a bit dirty, then please let a steward know.

There are shower blocks with lovely hot water. There is a sink area for pot washing near the showers, as well as sinks for teeth brushing and washing.

Lost children

All children will be given a wristband on entry to the festival, with a space for a parent’s mobile telephone number. Please keep your phone with you.

We suggest that families with older children make clear plans as a family when they arrive at the festival, with an agreed meeting place if you lose each other. If your children cannot find you, show them what our festival stewards look like so that they know who to approach.

Lost children will be cared for at the Welfairy Tent and can play and have fun while they wait for you to collect them.

Give your children the same advice you would if you were anywhere else: don’t go off with strangers or anyone without telling you first.

Babies and Toddlers

Under 3’s are free and we want your little one’s first experience of a festival to be super for all.  In the Peekaboo area you will find a nappy-changing tent with mats, nappies, and wipes. This is also where you can find the baby–feeding tent, where parents can relax and breast or bottle feed their babies in relative peace.