The Cider Barn sells soft drinks, ciders, spirits and – of course – cider! Please bring your pocket money as the bar only takes cash.
We will be wild camping in a woodland. There are glades and areas under the trees suitable for one or two tents, as well as a large clearing with the camp fire and Cider Barn in for those who want to be nearer the action.
Leave No Trace
There are no bins and waste collection on site – this is a woodland in the middle of nowhere! Please leave your camp as leafy and unspoiled as you found it, and take away everything that you brought with you. If you are bringing alcohol – consider bringing plastic bottles instead of glass so that you can carry it home more easily.
Last year we did not find a single piece of litter in the woods after the event – you guys rock! Let’s make it the same this year.
Our lovely tree bog toilets are still standing! Composting toilets and portaloos are available, and for those who don’t mind a wild wee, there are a few trees dotted about the place!
There is no running water on site. We have water for the Feast and for the washing up station; please bring enough water for you and your family, including washing yourselves.
Driving and Parking
We will send directions nearer the time to ticket holders.
There is limited parking on site, which may be on a track or on grass. Parking is not more than a 5 minute walk from the camping areas. And we offer wheelbarrows to those who have bell tent cities to put up!
Please only bring one car per family.
The nearest supermarket is the large Sainsburies in Ashford, a 15 minute drive away. We discourage guests from leaving the site once parked up as it distracts from the peace and quiet of the woodland, and increases the damage done to grass and tracks.