No unfortunately we don’t.
There will be electricity available in the village halls (marquees in camping villages)
There are medical services on-site in case of emergencies but they won’t be able to prescribe your regular medication. Please make sure you bring what you need.
In true camping style, there will be plenty of portable loos, including toilets for disabled access. We also provide baby changing facilities which will be clearly signposted.
We support responsible drinking and professional staff will be on hand all day to support this objective. Over 18’s are welcome to bring some alcohol for their own consumption as long as it’s not in glass bottles.
To keep everyone safe, glass is not allowed. Please bring your plastic cups and decant any drinks before you come. Thanks!
Sadly we have to say no to your furry friends. The only animals allowed are guide dogs and registered assistance dogs who are assisting someone.
There will be a good selection of food concessions selling hot food. For further information please keep an eye out on the Wildfires website.
You are free to come and go as many times as you like during Wildfires. Please make sure that you are wearing your wristbands when you leave the site as we can’t let you back in without them.
If you have purchased a full festival ticket for Wildfires this also includes admission to the Big Church Day Out on May 25th and 26th. This means you can arrive anytime across the weekend from 12pm on Friday 24th May. Please follow signs to Wildfires so that you camp throughout both events on the Wildfires campsite. If you will not be attending BCDO, Wildfires officially kicks off at 9:30am on Monday 27th May, and we recommend arriving the day before.
As all camping tickets also include admission to the Big Church Day Out, you can arrive anytime to camp after 12pm on May 24th whether you are attending the Big Church Day Out or not.