· Look after yourself, don’t overdo it, and look out for others.
· Take care, especially at night. Strong shoes for walking are a good idea – as is a torch after dark.
· Decide on a meeting point with your friends. Choose a time and place to meet up later in case you get separated from each other.
· Give any passing security or emergency vehicles plenty of space to pass and don’t ride on vehicles.
· Look after yourself, keep hydrated and make sure you know where the drinking water is located.
· Prepare for the weather, bring suncream but don’t forget your waterproofs too.
· Prolonged exposure to high volume noise can cause severe hearing damage. Ear plugs are available at the Welfare Tent.
· Pre-plan a time and place to meet with your friends in case you get separated and lose one another.
· Drink responsibly, know your limits and pace yourself.
· Get to know the people who are camped around you and help each other out.
· Please take guidance from the stewards in where is best to pitch your tent, if your tent is found blocking the fire lanes and emergency exits your tent may be removed for safety reasons.
· Learn the layout of the site – particularly your camping area so you can find toilets and stewards
· Pick out memorable points near your campsite to help remember where your camping spot is located. Are there landmarks nearby that can help you find it?
· Get to know the people who are camped around you. It makes for a nicer environment and it means you’ll be familiar with who should be coming and going in your area.
· Don’t leave valuables like your phone, purse or car keys in your tent or unattended vehicles. Lockers are available to rent to store your belongings.
· Keep your phone charged in case you’re separated from your friends.
· The Welfare Tent is open 24 hours and is staffed by experienced and supportive people. They can provide confidential advice about drugs, alcohol, legal highs and sexual health, and offer support if you need to talk. They offer a monitored rest and recovery area if you’ve overdone it. Please go to the Welfare Tent if you experience any problems or need to talk to someone for any reason.
· Those with chronic conditions such as epilepsy, asthma and diabetes should bring all their usual medications to cover the festival period, and to be aware they may require hospital treatment if they don’t take it.
· Keep an eye out for our friendly campsite staff who will be able to help you all weekend.