Yes, but the only way to guarantee this is for you all to arrive together. If you are a large group please book as soon as possible and request to be together by entering the entering your groups name on the booking form. We will do our best to reserve adequate space.
Yes, we welcome your delightful dogs on the CamperFest site but they must remain on a lead at all times. Dogs are also permitted within the outdoor areas of the food and drink festival, with access through the Camperfest entrance to the festival as marked on the map (maps will be disbursed on arrival). However, we do politely request that you do not bring your dog into the two indoor sections of the Food and Drink Festival.
All fouling should be picked up and disposed of accordingly.
From 2pm at the earliest
Thursday – 2pm-11pm
Friday, Saturday & Sunday- 7.30am-11pm
4pm at the latest
Yes, 16 amp power supply only and must be booked in advance through the booking page.
Power supplys are £65 per pitch, and must be purchased in advanced.
Yes, there are several toilet blocks out on the field, as well as a permanent block of showers just a short walk from your pitch.
Well hopefully it isn’t going to rain over the weekend but if you would like to style your hair there is power in the toilet blocks. If you want to book power for your own pitch please state this on your booking form.
Firstly, Thanks so much for sticking with us. It’s been such a tough year for everyone and we appreciate you so much for keeping the faith. YOUR TICKETS/BOOKINGS ARE VALID. Tickets from these events bought directly from us are completely valid (unless you previously requested and received a refund), If you have previously received a refund, your booking will not be valid and you will be refused entry. If you are unsure please contact us via email [email protected]
Have you checked your spam or junk folders? They may be there. Everyone who has bought tickets has now had an email sent to them with them on. If you haven’t seen yours they may be sneakily hiding. If after searching these places you still haven’t found them, please get in touch so we can investigate. Best way is via email [email protected]
Since the 19th July, the government have lifted the Covid restrictions. However, the design and layout of this year’s event have been done especially to make the event as Covid safe as possible. 90% of the food festival event is now outdoors and there is (as there always is) a one way system in operation. This is both for your safety and to ensure you don’t miss anything!
We respectfully request that you do wear a face mask if in an enclosed space ( such as the adult cooking classes) and please respect the choice of visitors and exhibitors to wear masks if that makes them feel more comfortable.
Hand sanitiser stations will be placed at points all around the festival.
All exhibitors will be asked to take a lateral flow test before attending the event, and we ask attendees to do so as well.
Increased regular cleaning will take place and additional staff have been recruited for the event to help keep you safe
If you have any questions or concerns about our COVID policies and risk assessments, please do not hesitate to get in touch with festival organisers. [email protected]
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