It’s a real Shindig, so make sure you have plenty of fun, but please follow a few simple members rules to ensure everyone is a happy camper:
1) Because of the fire risk, no open fires, fire pits or tinfoil barbeques are allowed on site. Proper camping stoves or barbecues on legs are fine but please be careful.
2) No glass bottles are allowed on any part of the site (including the camping areas). All glass bottles will be taken from you at the gate, decant them before you arrive.
3) Although you’re welcome to bring a personal stash of alcohol into the campsites you will not be able to bring booze into the entertainment areas where there are licensed bars.
4) All your needs will be catered for with a very high standard of reasonably priced food and drink so there is no need for you to bring anything of your own, but you can if you want to.
5) No sound systems, amplified music, ghetto blasters, electric guitars, drums etc…are allowed on site. So bring your headphones and please respect your fellow campers, even if they do snore heavily throughout the night.
6) Shindig is held on a lovely farm, but it is a working farm, if you see ‘KEEP OUT’ signs please do so. Please do not wander outside the event area.
7) Children on site are the responsibility of their parents so please look out for yours.
See full Terms & Conditions on our website www.shindig-events.co.uk
Shindig has separate areas for General Camping, Family Camping and Live-in Vehicle Camping - all equipped with toilets, fresh water taps and rubbish and recycling facilities.
Amplified music will stop at 3am across the site to respect families and the farms neighbours, so we will lay on fun stuff to do without loud music after that time. We start music at midday both days so get your raving fix in early.
Please note that all campsites close and must be empty by 3pm on the Monday 29th May following the event, the cows need their field back! We will supply a recycling bag on arrival. Please be a happy camper and clean up after yourself to leave our beautiful site as near as possible to how you found it. Leaving tents/airbeds/people behind is not big or clever.
Remember LEAVE NO TRACE!