Here are some of the questions we get asked the most. If this page doesn't answer your question, feel free to contact us.
How much will the cider cost?
As festival goers ourselves, we got very upset over festivals selling cider and ale at almost a fiver a pint. Our aim is to provide cider at as cheap a price as is reasonable, at our 2012 event, all of the ciders were priced between £2.50 and £3.10 a pint, and we intend to keep it this way, for as long as the festival runs!
Will there be any drinks other than cider?
Well, as the saying goes, when in rome and all that.... However if you really can't stand proper cider, there is a full bar serving the usual range of lagers, ales, spirits, wines and soft drinks.
Does the ticket price include camping?
Yes, weekend tickets and sunday tickets include camping, booking and postage fees. People with Saturday tickets are not permitted to camp.
Can I camp in my motorhome / caravan?
Yes, we have a field especially for camper vans, motor homes and caravans. You will need to purchase a campervan pass at the inside gate to display in your windscreen. Plots are priced at £5.00 per night.
What facilities do you have on the campsite?
There are a few points at which there is running water on the campsite. There are several toilets dotted around the campsite as well as in the arena. There is no electric hookup for campervans and motorhomes, sorry.
Can I bring my own alcohol?
You can take your own drink onto the campsite, however you will not be allowed to take alcohol into the arena itself. Please note that whilst you are free to take alcohol out of the arena, you will not be allowed in with any form of drink, alcoholic or otherwise. Feel free to drink and bin your cans / bottles etc at the turnstiles on your way in.
Do you allow dogs?
Sorry, but the venues rules are strictly no dogs. Dogs are not allowed anywhere on site, including the camp site. Please don't bring dogs as you will be ejected from the festival.
Are children allowed?
We strongly discourage you from bringing your children, as this is very much an adult oriented event. As well as the fact that there are no activities aimed at children, there will be loud music throughout the day, bands turning the air blue well before the watershed, and a lot of people who have drank a lot of cider. Please consider the environment of this kind of festival before bringing your children along.
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