All the information that you need to know:
The sleepover kicks off at 4pm but please feel free to come and pitch your tent from 2pm onwards.
The car park is a short walk from the site. The area will be lit at night, but please bring a torch or two. We want as many people as possible in tents, however there is limited space for some motorised vehicles – horse boxes or campervans. Please let us know if you are bringing something other than an tent to sleep in, so that we can book you a space. All motorised vehicles will be in a separate area from the tent field. There will be no cars in the camping area.
The campsite will have plenty of loos and hand washing facilities
If you don’t have a tent, a campervan or even a horsebox why not hire a Bell Tent? We have arranged a great deal with The Tipi and Bell Tent Hire Company. But you will have to be fast as numbers are limited and don’t forget to mention The Grand Sleepover when booking and £10 of the price of each tent will be given the charities.
Please DO bring
Everything you need to camp: a torch, layers, waterproofs and wellies, sun hats and suncream, a smile, sleeping bags and a tent!
When camping remember the basic rule, 'just as much under you as over you;' so make sure you have ample bedding.. A woollen hat can be a great idea to keep you toasty too!
Please DO NOT bring
Dogs, barbeques, bonfires, candles, fireworks or Chinese lanterns. This for everyone's safety, especially the children.
The site is grazed by animals so there can be no litter left on site. We will give you a bin bag on arrival to chuck your waste in and there will be a skip near the car park to bin it in on your way out.
Provision has been made in the event of poor weather – there will be marquees to keep us as dry as possible.
We will provide the children, under 7, with wristbands at the gate. Please write your phone number on these so your child is more easily returned to you if they wander off!
Please observe the OUT OF BOUNDS signs. This is because is it not safe to go there. And please familiarise yourself and your children with the map of the farm so that you know where not to go.
The organisers of the Grand Sleepover and the proprietors of the Grand Sleepover site assume no liability for any loss, theft, damage, or injury to property or persons howsoever arising. Participation in the Grand Sleepover is entirely at the risk of the participants.