We bring to you some fo the most asked questions we get about the festival!
Yes, we welcome your delightful dogs on the Festival site but we ask that you keep them under control at all times.
All fouling should be picked up and disposed of accordingly.
From 11am onwards there are demonstrations slots throughout the day. We will shortly announce the order. Keep an eye on the chefs page of the website and our social media for updates.
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Yes, the racecourse is set up beautifully with large seating areas, some open, some shaded so whatever the weather, you can sit and enjoy your food.
Yes, there is free parking, however it is not all is on hard standing and is weather dependant. Please let them know at the gate what kind of ticket you have and if you have any mobility restrictions and they will guide you to the best spot for you.
At this stage it is too early to say if we will have extra precautions put in place for the 2023 event, we will be following government guidance relevant to the times. We are aware the event can get crowded so we still want people to feel comfortable by wearing a face mask but it is your own personal choice.
Hand sanitiser stations will be placed at points all around the festival.
Increased regular cleaning will take place and additional staff have been recruited for the event to help keep you safe
If you have any questions or concerns about our COVID policies and risk assessments, please do not hesitate to get in touch with festival organisers. email@example.com
ABSOLUTELY, Children under 5 go free. Under 16’s are just £1. We offer kids cooking classes which you can sign up for with no additional charge.
The entire festival is buggy accessible AND we are more than happy for you to pop back to the car to get anything you need and come back into the festival….we’ve all been there!