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SAFETY

WELLBEING

Looking after your physical & mental health should be a top priority.

STAY HYDRATED & EAT REGULARLY

For the duration of your stay with us, eating & remaining hydrated contributes highly to both your physical & mental health.

BE DRINK AWARE

Drink responsibly, pace yourself. We want you to enjoy your experience as well as remember it!

Please do not drive when under the influence.

STAY CLOSE

Stick with friends & family, it can be easy to lose people at busy affairs. Plan a meeting point in which you will use at all times during your time at the festival.

PROTECT YOUR EARS

The decibel levels at the festival can be enough to cause permanent harm to your ears, so it’s a good idea to bring ear protection with you for yourself & your children.

WASH YOUR HANDS

Prevent tummy upset & circulation of germs by washing your hands & sanitising.

BE PREPARED

"Ladies and gentlemen of the class of '99, Wear sunscreen"

Everybody's Free – Song by Baz Luhrmann

Remember to protect yourself from the UV Rays  by brining sun cream with you.

Bring wellies & a waterproof coat! The UK's Unpredictable weather is all we can say. But it's important to stay as dry as possible to avoid remaining damp and cold for the duration of your stay.

CAMPFIRES

Personal campfires are prohibited & risk the safety of everyone – see T&C's under Venue Safety for more information.

MEDICS

Should you need medical attention for any reason, make your way over by following the map or notify one of the stewards who can direct you.

SECURITY & STEWARDS

Security & Stewards are responsible for ensuring the safety of festival goers, crowd control and resolution of any incidents. It is essential to follow the instructions of the security team as your safety is their top priority.

CHILDREN

Any person under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult aged 21 and over. All children must be watched at all times and not left unattended.

STROBE LIGHTING

There will be various lighting effects including flashing and strobe. If you or anyone you know suffers from photosensitive epilepsy, please try your best to recognise your/their triggers so the risk of seizures can be reduced. Refer to epilepsy.org.uk/info/seizure-triggers/photosensitive-epilepsy for more information.

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