Health & Safety
Look after yourself and others
Come rain or shine, being outside, walking miles, camping and dancing can all test your endurance! Make sure you look after yourself and others to stay on top form!
Get to know your campsite neighbours. Make friends and look out for each other.
Keep a torch on you. The festival is generally well lit at night, but some areas might be darker than others.
Wear ear protection! Small children have especially sensitive ears and should always wear protection around loud noises.
Make sure you wear sun cream and keep hydrated.
Leave your valuables at home or keep them on your person.
Choose a meeting point for you and your friends to meet in case you lose each other. Or download the Woov app and use the ‘Find my friends’ feature.
Don’t be afraid to use our facilities – our medical team are there to help, however big or small the issue.
We have medics on-site around the clock. If you’re feeling unwell just let a member of the team know and they will be happy to help.
If you have lost your child or friends, speak to a member of security or any member of our team they will be able to help reunite you with your loved ones.
If you find a lost child or vulnerable person please take them to a member of security or one of the festival team members.
We are lucky enough to have a beautiful swimming lake on-site for those who’d like to take part in some fresh water swimming. Whilst the lake is monitored by lifeguards, those who engage in water-based activities do so at their own risk. Please do not swim whilst under the influence of alcohol.
Strobes or lasers may be used at the event. There will be no announcements beforehand.
The festival does not condone the use or sale of controlled or illegal substances. Anyone found to be in breach of this policy will be dealt with as per the Terms & Conditions of entry.