We have a huge arena in front of the stage which is set up on four lorry trailers so everyone can have a good view (please though dont have a Gazebos or other structure that prevents people sitting behind seeing the act).
Bring your own chairs for the arena.
There is a line dancing area immediately in front of the stage
Beer Tent (pub prices) in 150 x 50 marquee (7,500 square foot). Perfect for party time! The bar charges pub prices. In 2016 happy hour meant a charge of £2.50 a pint!!
FOOD STALLS Rikki Lloyd's hog roast / all day breakfast baps. Baked potatoe van with toasted sandwiches. Fish and chips. Hot dog trike! Pizza oven
Caravanning and Camping is only available if you purchase a weekend ticket. We have over 40 acres, space for more than 500 pitches whether you are in a tent or a carvan or indeed a RV, all are welcome. We are not short of space so there is no need to reserve a pitch to secure a place, all you need to do to camp is just turn up and buy a weekend ticket.
Our standard site for camping and caravaning area is at the top of the site. For those of you who are less abled we do have camping near to the arena for Blue Badge holders. Please bear in mind that if able bodied people seek to occup this area then there is less space for those who have need of the area.
Please note that we can only "save" a place for one additional unit arriving later, if you arrive after 3pm on Thursday.
(NO admittance before 12 noon Thursday AND PLEASE do NOT queue on road before 12.00 as the Police have asked us to ask you to move on).
Plenty of toilet blocks with Elson emptying facilities.
Free showers. Please note that water pressure problems mean that we cannot site these at the top of the hill. They are located half way down the hill towards the main gate
Lots of taps around the venue to get your fresh drinking water.
Sorry NO hook ups for electric or water or waste.
2 separate toilets with wheel chair access
Hand washing station in the arena
You will find a wide range of trade stands at the festival. From bandanas to belts, pistols to parasols, hats to holsters. If you’re a trader and want to have a stand please use the contact us page and your message will be sent to the trade stand secretary.
DOGS...... Well behaved dogs on leads are welcomed at the festival however please clean up after them. Please note that the festival is attended by westerners and from time to time there will be loud discharges which may cause distress to a dog. If your dog dislikes loud sudden noises it would be advisable not to bring the dog to the festival
WRIST BANDS. At the gate, when you first enter the site, you will be given a wrist band pass which will enable you to pass freely in and out and around our festival. Our policy is that if you want to come to the festival that you MUST wear a wrist band on your wrist. (and not on your belt or in your purse or forgotten in the car or tent or caravan and no one has authority to tell you otherwise) We do NOT make any exceptions to this policy. If you are not wearing a wrist band, it is likely that it will be assumed that you have not paid the entry fee and will be asked to leave. If your wrist band is broken for any reason, please go to the secretary's tent where a replacement can be issued.
Plenty of space in the arena
Bring your own chairs
Next year the disabled camping area is larger
Much more camping space at the top of the hill
Camping like this is not oblgatory
But most people are not quiet so authentic!!
Our marshall leading the Westerners Charge
The opening Ceremony is not to be missed
10.45 a.m. on Sat and 9.45 a.m. on Sun