Info (FAQ)

Important info for festival goers...

Useful Info

Important info for festival goers...

Kind of like a FAQ section!

Arrivals on Tuesday 26th July

  • Arrivals on should be after 12pm.
  • Please go to Reception for check in - open from 12pm (next to "Woody's")
  • Welcome circle 5pm 
  • Children's area teachers and volunteers meeting 8:30 am on next day

Arrivals on other days:

  • Reception is open from 8:45am for getting wristbands
  • The college gates are closed after 10pm and open at 7am

General Info:

  • There is no WIFI available
  • Dogs are not allowed on site (college rules)
  • No open fires / fire pits (there will be one firepit for gatherings by the marquees)
  • Children should be supervised by an adult at all times, and must not be in college areas other than the festival field / marquee area - especially not in any college buildings
  • Alcohol is not for sale, but it is accepted at the festival
  • Nudity in public is not accepted (ie adults)
  • The college is locked from 12pm to 7am

Noise and considerate behaviour:

  • Please keep noise to a minimum after 10pm in the camping area.
  • No drumming after 11pm please. Only acoustic instruments and singing around the fire

Camping Info:

  • Camping: there is lots of space, so please leave 6 meters between your tent and any neighbours.
  • Campervans and tents are in the same field
  • Cars can be used to drop off tents and luggage but should be parked back by the entrance to the field to create a safe camping zone
  • The marquee area will be noisier including late at night, so camp away from the marquees if you want a quieter experience

What to bring:

  • Bring a yoga mat / cushion / blanket
  • Bring materials to upcycle: clothes, arty stuff, boxes, magazines to cut up etc
  • If booking bedrooms, bring all bedding, ie duvets / pillows / sheets / towels. This is not provided


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Our Mission

Sun and Moon Health Education CIC is a not-for-profits organisation, promoting holistic wellbeing, health, and positive values and behaviour. We do not sell alcohol at the festival or gatherings, as we believe that we don't need any artificial stimulants to have a great time. We offer vegan and vegetarian food at all of our events, to promote consideration for the planet and our own health. Our aim is to bring people together in an atmosphere of love and respect, acceptance and friendship. 

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