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CAMPING AT HOMEGROWN

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Is there a Family camping area?  

Yes, this will be on a first arrive basis and you will directed to it on arrival. To camp here you must be a family with children under 18yrs. This will be a zero tolerance area and anyone found to be causing a nuisance to their neighbours will be removed from the area immediately.

 

What facilities are there at the festival?

Toilets, showers, water stations, organised camp fire, small camp shop on the festival site, phone charging (small fee)

 

Can I camp for one or two nights?  

Yes, of course, but you will need a full camping ticket there are no reductions.

 

Can I bring alcohol onto the campsite?  

Yes, you may bring alcohol into the campsite only, and only when you first arrive. This must be a reasonable amount which you can carry by hand. You must be 18 yrs or older to bring alcohol onto the site and ID will be checked on arrival and alcohol taken from you if you are under age. No glass allowed.  No reselling. Alcohol can only be brought in on your first entry to the campsite, upon arrival only.

 

Can I bring my own food and drinks?  

Campers can bring food and drink into the campsite only. No food or drink is permitted into the main festival site.

 

Can I bring a BBQ into the campsite?  

Stoves and disposable BBQs only are permitted and must be used outside of tents for safety reasons and with reasonable consideration to your neighbours. No open fires.

 

Can I park by my tent?  

No, no cars will be permitted into the campsite. There is a drop off zone adjacent to the campsite where you can unload. It will be clearly signposted.

 

Can I bring my Campervan/Caravan/Trailer Tent?  

Yep! You must buy the separate £40 caravan ticket as a pitch fee, in addition to your normal camping and festival tickets.

9-11 June 2017

CAMPING FAQ

Campers are welcome from 12pm on Friday 9th June. The main site opens at 5pm. All campers must vacate the site no later than 12pm on Monday 12th June. The main entrance (box office) to the camping area closes at 8pm each night so please arrive before this time to ensure entry. If you intend to arrive later (or earlier on the Friday) you must pre-warn the Suffolk Academy office on 01284 810446.

 

Campers have access to their own toilets, and we are building bespoke shower units for the campers this year.

 

The campsite will be fenced off and the entrance manned by security, but please be aware you are still camping at your own risk and we are not liable for injury, damage or loss of property, etc.

Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by someone 18+ years old.

 

Campers may only bring tents that are one berth bigger than the number of occupants, allowing room only for storage of personal items.

No live fires permitted except official Homegrown campfire

 

You will receive a wristband which you must keep on you at all times – all wristbands will be checked on entering / leaving the campsite and at the entrances / exits to the festival site.

 

Even though you can leave and return to the camp site as you wish, please note that alcohol can only be brought in on your first entry to the campsite.

 

The car park is located very near to the campsite. No traffic is allowed on the campsite, but transporting gear will be easy.

 

Sorry, no dogs except guide dogs on the camp site or the festival site