Lots of very small ones are coming to the festival, and we are keen that their first festival is a pleasure for the whole family. You can find our lovely nappy-changing tent with mats, nappies and wipes in the Peekaboo area.
This is also where you can find the baby–feeding boudoir, sponsored by Medela, so mums can relax and breast or bottle feed their babies in relative peace. Bottle and food warmers can be plugged in and used in the Social Barns where we’ll provide a bottle warmer or bring your own.
From 5-7 each evening, baby bathtime will take place in Peekaboo, with baby baths and bubbles. Please bring your own towel.
Getting around site
The festival site isn’t huge, but might get too much for little legs. There is a hard standing path around the site, which will be fine for most pushchairs, wheelchairs and buggies (though off-road versions will be more nimble). Almost all of the areas are directly accessible with wheelchairs/pushchairs with the exception of some areas in the Spellbound Forest.
For young children, a trolley hire service will be available on site which you will be able to book in advance – details coming soon.
We recommend a baby carrier/sling to make sure that you don’t miss out and there will be a buggy park area.