Are there any other things to see other than the music?

This is being billed as a ‘Micro festival’ and the main attraction will be live music, but we hope to make this a fun day for all the family. There will be food and drinks to purchase throughout the day, including a BBQ/beer tent/café/tearoom.

There will be play equipment to keep our younger visitors amused, including a bouncy castle and the slide/swings/‘Fort’ ( large climbing frame) will be open for use.

Other than this we will be offering face painting, and ice cream van and we hope to confirm shortly that the emergency services will be paying us a visit during the afternoon to let children sit in the vehicles.

Plus lots of free entertainment for children included in addition to the music.

  • Bouncy castle
  • Hook a duck
  • Balloon moddeling
  • Mandala weaving
  • Music workshops
  • Games etc
Can I bring a picnic chair or a rug to sit on?

Yes, please feel free to bring rugs or blankets or folding chairs to sit on. There will be a limited number of chairs available on the field but these will be on a ‘first come, first served’ basis and chairs cannot be reserved.

Can I pop out of the venue and come back in?

This year the tickets are in the form of wristbands, which should be worn tightly on your wrist. This enables people to come and go during the day, as we realise that it is on for some time and people may need to leave during the day. However, the organisers reserve the right to take off a wrist band that they think is on too loosely and re-issue another, that will be put on for you, to ensure that they cannot be passed on to others once you leave the venue. Please respect that this event is for charity.

How can I sponsor or support the event?

Please contact the organisers via the website or facebook page to ask about sponsorship. We are very grateful for support in any format, whether financial or in kind. We still require raffle prizes and offers of help on the day. If you feel that you have something to offer that could enhance the day and raise money for this cause, please contact us.

Is my special needs child able to come?

Yes, Woodfield School can cater for all people and welcome children or adults with any additional needs. However, please note that school staff will not be ‘on duty’ and children, of any age, remain the responsibility of their families during the day.

Will there be food and drink available?

We hope that in order to support the event people will purchase food and drinks at the venue.

We can confirm that there will be soft drinks and alcoholic drinks for sale (please don’t be offended if you look young enough to be asked for ID).

There will be a BBQ, as well as a tea room and a sweet stall for refreshments. We hope to confirm more food stalls nearer the time

Will there be parking?

Woodfield is lucky enough to have a large off road parking area, but parking on site is limited and if you live locally we would encourage you to walk, leaving space for those who can’t.

The local residential streets are public roads and can be used also. Please be considerate of local residents as we hope that this will become an annual event and we do not want to upset people by parking inconsiderately.