F & Q
Whats Included in the Ticket Price?
Included in your ticket is entry to the Festival all the activity workshops, healing area, circus workshops, fancy dress and parade, interactive walk rounds,Puppet theatre, acoustic lounge, main stage and all demonstrations.
What time does the Festival open?
The Festival gates open at 10am both days and closes at 6pm
Is there camping onsite?
There is no camping onsite for visitors, however there are some beautiful campsites around the New Forest.
What is your recycling policy?
We do ask our visitors to take home as much recycling as possible to reduce our footprint. However there will be designated bins around the Festival.
Are Dogs, Cats and rabbits allowed?
We welcome all furry friends but they must be kept on leads at all times.
Is There food onsite?
Yes there are a variety of offerings onsite to suit most dietary needs.
Is there security on site?
The Security team are onsite at all times and will be patrolling the festival over the weekend.
Can we dress up?
Yes! Lots of our visitors love to get into the spirit of things and we have had some amazing costumes over the years! Fairies, Elves, Pixies and Fantasy creatures have all been present over the last few years!
Is there a Car Park?
The nearest public car park is adjacent to the Festival and is charged at £3.00 per car. Other car parks are available with in the village and surrounding areas.
Is there toilets on site?
Yes there are toilets on site and are in and around the festival.
Is the festival accessible to disabled users?
Access to disabled users is good we have a separate car park for disabled users making it easy to access the festival and there is lots of space in and around the festival. The festival is on a field so there may be some areas that are not flat.
Wheres the Nearest Train station?
The nearest train station to the Festival is Brockenhurst. You would need to get a taxi or bus at this point to get into the village of Burley.