It includes your camping pitch,, 3 nutritious vegetarian meals a day, access to all the workshops and the Spa area. Additional things available to purchase on site are services in the Healing Area, food from the Site Shop & Snack Shack, and items from the clothes/sales stalls.
What do I need to bring?
You will need to bring everything with you that you will need for the 4 days at the festival, including a tent, bedding, clothing etc. If you have an additional dietary requirements outside of being Vegan, Gluten or Diary Free, you may need to bring food to self cater somewhat. It is also recommended to bring a towel and bathing wear, to make use of the swimming lake and spa area. When bringing items to the festival such as toiletries (shampoo, body wash etc...) we please ask you to bring natural products, that will not have a negative impact on the land. It's also great if you can bring a reusable bottle to use for water whilst on site. We will have some for sale if you forget to bring one.
What should I leave at home?
Please no glass. We also are making a conscious effort to keep waste to a minimum and reuse as much as possible. Please consider this when thinking about what to bring with you. We are a no alcohol and drugs festival. If anyone is found with these items on them around the site, they will be asked to leave site immediately, so please don't put us in a situation where we have to enforce that.
What is our Gender Policy?
We invite all Woman! This includes trans-women. As we are a woman's fest, we do have the draw the line somewhere though: sadly that means that anyone in a male body that doesn't FULLY identify as a woman cannot come, we see you and love you, but the woman's work we are doing would be disrupted if there was male energy in a male body (this extends to trans-men too). However, if you are non-binary, but grew up being treated as a woman due to your physical body, we extend the invitation if you would like to heal around those wounds and celebrate that aspect of yourself.
What is our Child Policy?
We wish to create a space for Woman to come together and have chance to rest in their own space, with their sisterhood, and ideally be able to do this, having a few days break from motherhood! This being said, it felt important to us that we were able to include Woman who are nursing their children. Therefore, any Woman attending the festival who have a child which is still dependent on their breast milk, may bring their young child for free. Please just advice us on the ‘Note To Seller’section of the ticket sale that you will be bring a child, with details of the child’s name and age.
We also wish to include Woman’s daughters, who have passed their Menarche, to give them opportunity to grow into their Womanhood in a community such as this. They are very welcome to come as long as they are accompanied by their parent/guardian, who can take full responsibility for them whilst on site . We can offer a reduced ticket for these young women of £150. You can add a ticket for your Young Woman on the 'Buy Ticket' page, titled 'Accompanying Young Woman'. Note; this will only be accepted if purchased alongside an Adult ticket.
What is our noise restriction?
We do have a noise restriction on the site, and are working on developing an on-going good relationship with our neighbours. Therefore drumming will be kept to a minimum and at certain times. The site will go into 'quiet mode' from 10pm, and will be kept to a lower level until our morning gathering at 9.30am.