Can I volunteer?
Yes we have a wide range of roles for volunteers from box office to shifts on the bar. Please email: email@example.com
Where is it?
The exact location will be given to you when you buy your ticket, along with directions. We can say that it’s near Bath.
Share a lift?
By far and away the most fun way to get to the festival, we have done this before many times. Follow this link to sign up.
Please offer up a lift, there’s normally room to squeeze someone in! You’ll be helping someone out, will get a contribution to petrol and be helping the environment – boomshanka!
Is it camping?
Yes, we have a really beautiful campsite for everyone with showers, taps & clean toielts. Camper vans will be allowed (for a donation).
What will the camping be like?
We have a beautiful campsite and wil provide clean showers & toilets & easily accessible taps for all. We have an improved ‘quiet camping’ area for families this year.
Is it okay to bring kids?
Yes we are family friendly event. We will have specific activities programmed for kids.
Can I bring my dog?
Sorry, too many other animals about.
How do I get a ticket?
We work with an e-ticket system – see ‘tickets` section.
When you purchase your e-ticket you will be provided with a secure individual pin code that you simply need to memorise and present at the gate. We use the ticketsellers who run the ticketing for many respected festivals. E-tickets are the most cost effective way to manage this part of the event. They have a 24 hour helpline you can call – 0844 870 0000.
Are you selling tickets on the gate?
We are a very small event and expect to sell all tickets in advance. If this does not happen there will be a limited number of tickets available on the gate.
Can I buy a day ticket?
Yes, £30 for Saturday tickets. See above.
Can I buy a paper ticket?
No, for this small event we are only selling tickets online. If you do not have internet access you will have to ask a friend to buy you a ticket.
What are the opening/closing hours?
The site will open at 4pm on Friday 27th July. Everyone must leave the site by 7pm on Sunday 29th July. We want you to stay and enjoy the Sunday afternoon with us.
Friday 27th July. Gates open at 4pm. Gates close at 11pm.
Saturday 28th July. Gates open at 10am. Gates close at 11pm.
Sunday 29th July. Everyone offsite by 7pm.
Why is it called Cock and Bull?
No real reason other than we like it. There will be a cockerel, and maybe a bull, hanging out at the farm. The traditional definition is “an incoherent story, passing from one subject to another” – and there could be a bit of that if you drink the red rat cider.
Can I perform?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details – please put ‘performer’ in the subject line. We will get back to everyone.
- sun cream
- dancing shoes
- random gift for persons camping near you
- sun umbrella
- sun lounger
- wellies & waterproof
- sleeping bag
- Fancy dress costume & accessories
- Water flask
- sun glasses
- walkie talkie
- wet wipes
- loo roll
- positive attitude/ jokes/ anecdotes/ love – you know the rest!