How do I get a ticket?
Can I volunteer?
Can I bring a BBQ or gas stove?
Where is it?
Is it okay to bring kids?
Can I see your sustainability policy?
How can I help Cock & Bull reduce waste?
Support the charity and buy a coffee cup, plastic drink cup or water bottle. Using these will reduce our waste bills and generate more money for the charity.
Bring your own reusable items. Water bottles, coffee cups and glasses can all be refilled and reused.
Don’t contaminate recycling (this means mix it up). Only put items in their correct bin. Put compost in the composting bins. If waste gets contaminated with food or mixed up it will have to go to landfill.
Join an upcycle workshop. Learn how to upcycle and reuse items so you can share the knowledge with your friends and family and inspire others.
Report a water leak. Help us save water by reporting any water leaks around the site and turn off any running taps you see.
Complete the post-event questionnaire. Let us know what you thought worked and what initiatives were visible so we can improve what we do.
Want to balance your car travel miles?
Did you know that travel, especially by car, is sadly the biggest environmental impact of our event. We are giving you the option to balance your festival miles with Energy Revolution as one of our ticket options. Energy Revolution are a charity that balance your fossil-fuel travel miles to the festival. 100% of your donation will be invested directly into clean renewable energy – helping to tackle the environmental impacts of your journey and turning a problem into a solution! To learn more about this exciting initiative, watch their video or visit their website.
Already brought your ticket? You can go back to our tickets and buy it separately if you want. Just look for the “£3 Carbon balancing – donation to Energy Revolution” option towards the bottom of the tickets.
Can I offer or share a lift?
Can I get there by public transport?
Can I Cycle To The Festival?
Can I bring a camper van?
Can I perform or run a workshop?
Who is the festival for?
How long has the festival been going?
Is it a camping festival?
Can I bring my dog?
Are you selling tickets on the gate?
Can I buy a paper ticket?
What are the opening/closing hours?
The site will open at 3pm on Friday 10th August. Everyone must leave the site by 7pm on Sunday 12th August. We want you to stay and enjoy the Sunday afternoon with us.
Friday 10th August: Gates open at 3pm. (this means access to the entire site is from 3pm, including the car park) Gates close at 12am.
Saturday 11th August: Gates open at 9am. Gates close at 11pm.
Sunday 12th August: Everyone offsite by 7pm.
What to bring?
Musical instruments – especially ukuleles for the workshop!
random gifts for people camping near you
sun umbrella (to keep the sun off you but there’s plenty of shade on site)
reusable cup for much need coffee or tea in the morning
frisbee / football
wellies and waterproof
fancy dress costume and accessories
chess / backgammon / cards
Biodegradable glitter (it doesn’t suit the sheep long term)
positive attitude/ jokes/ anecdotes / love – you know the rest!