FESTIVAL: Camp Bestival Dorset
WHERE: Lulworth Castle, Dorset
WHEN: 28 - 31 August 2022
HEADLINERS: Rag 'n' Bone Man, Rudimental, Sister Sledge
HOW TO BUY ACCESS TICKETS
You must buy ONE standard ticket first which can be purchased on the Camp Bestival website.
The festival offers a 2 for 1 offer for people who receive or in procession of…
A recognised Assistance Dog ID card
CredAbility Access Card - +1 category requirement
Evidence of being sight impaired
Disability Living Allowance – Middle or Higher rate/ Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
To apply for your 2 for 1 Personal Assistant Pass please complete the Camp Bestival Accessible Form. (Not active yet for 2022)
You will collect your free PA ticket upon arrival at the Accessible Campsite, so make sure you bring photo ID such as a passport or driving license.
There will be a shuttle bus service to the accessible campsite which is a short distance offsite.
The campsite will offer the following facilities:
A 24 hour Campsite office
Standard Toilets for friends/family
A changing places unit containing a raised bed with a hoist above. Hoist slings will not be available. If you need to use this unit, please bring your own slings.
Charging points for electric wheelchair users – located in the pop up tent
A Fridge for storing medication – located within the campsite office
Fresh Water Point
Waste Disposal Point
A dedicated, safe pedestrian walkway
A car park next to the accessible campsite
A dedicated food vendor
Ticket scanning and wristbanding in the campsite
An access team available 24/7
The Castle Stage viewing platform is situated towards the back of The Castle Field to the left of Lulworth Castle.
There is a viewing platform located towards the back of The Big Top Tent.
Both platforms have a +1 policy so once carer can accompany those who need access providing they registered (Not open yet for 2022) for the facility. Both viewing platforms have accessible toilets.
Manoeuvring around the site in a wheelchair? You should find the surface fairly flat although in some places the ground can be quite uneven and bumpy.
A Changing Places unit can be located in the festival site and accessible campsite.
There will be a sensory/ chill out area in the arena.
If the weather is poor you may find navigating around the festival a little tougher than usual.
There are a few pathways around the site although most of the ground is on short grass with firm soil.
If you need to escape from the music now and then you’ll be able to find some quiet areas.
No cars are permitted to enter the site after midnight on any night.
If you do require extra space because of your condition the staff will do their very best to find you a more suitable patch of grass. If you have a blue badge and providing you can fit your car and tent in your designated area you will be able to keep your vehicle in the campsite all weekend.
Non-disabled guests are asked to use public showers and toilets, please don’t use the accessible facilities. These can be found around the site.
The medical tent is situated in the Magic Meadow Field.
If you wish to bring an assistance dog please contact the festival in advance.
Please note strobe lighting may be used for some performances.
DID YOU KNOW?
During its first year Camp Bestival included a silent disco – The idea was scrapped the next year to avoid waking up the kids.
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