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STONE COLD SOBER FESTIVAL

WELCOME PACK

  

Guests are able to arrive from the 5pm Friday 16th June and may leave no later than 1OAM 22nd June. The festival does not officially start until the 17th June from 8AM and closes around midday 21st June. 

 

Please do not arrive later than 9pm as the gates will be closed.  

Food will be available from the 16th June. 

 

The Festival finishes around 12pm 21st June following the solstice celebration but there will be a small amount of relaxing workshops that afternoon for people to relax to before leaving. 

 

All guests must LEAVE by 10am 22nd June. 

 

When you arrive, check in at the SCS HUB to collect your wristband. This wristband must be worn at all times, otherwise we will believe that you have not paid to enter the site

Please DO NOT arrive after 9pm on the 17th as the gates will be locked after this time and not reopen until the next morning. Gates will re open around 8am in the mornings. 

DIRECTIONS/TRANSPORT 

Redricks Lakes, Redricks Ln, Sawbridgeworth CM21 0RL

If travelling by train the nearest train station is Harlow-Mill which is 1.8 miles away.  Please visit https://www.thetrainline.com/stations/harlow-mill to book tickets

When coming to the site please use directions for Redricks Lane and not the postcode as the postcode covers 80 acres of farm land and wont' bring you to the campsite entrance.  Please search for Cre8 Glamping on Google Maps for an accurate location.

 

Half way down Redricks Lane you will see a large tree with a big white sign showing logos for a number of businesses including ours.  Please turn into the track at this tree where you see the 'stone cold sober festival sign" signage . 50 yards down this track please turn right on to the entrance track to the site which is also clearly signposted 'stone cold sober festival  Turn Right'.

 

CAR PARK

Everyone has been given x1 FREE parking space, but please try to limit the number of cars you arrive in if you are coming with friends, so that we can limit the amount of cars entering the site at the same time. There will be an opportunity for you to ask about car sharing on the Stone Cold Sober Facebook group. 

All cars are left at the owner’s risk. Stone Cold Sober management accepts no responsibility for cars parked at Stone Cold Sober festival or in the surrounding area. All cars must park in the designated areas. 

SECURITY

Stone Cold Sober festival is located away from main roads, out of sight of passers-by.  The entrance gate is closed at night by 9pm therefore if you plan on arriving after dark, please understand the gate will be locked after this time. Gates open at 8am in the mornings. 

 

ESSENTIAL THINGS  TO BRING

  • BIN LINERS to help keep your area CLEAN

  • TORCHES

  • BRING YOUR OWN DRINKING WATER BOTTLE

  • YOGA MAT

  • ALL  BEDDING (including a sheet for the mattress if you are staying in a Glamping tent) You will need, duvet, pillows and all bedding . Bed and mattress is provided.

  • LAYERS - FOR ALL occasions (Fingers crossed it's a scorcher) Say it with me ‘IT WILL BE A SCORCHER!!!!

  • SWIMSUIT

  • CUTLERY & PLATES - no PLASTIC & GLASS is not permitted on site. The food stalls however will provide for their offerings.

  • TOILET ROLL

  • TOWELS

  • Dress up clothes - make an impact, Dress to impress for the YOGA RAVE, neon, old school rave attire, think psychedelic Jane Fonda. all OPTIONAL. It's a FESTIVAL so dress you magical best, UNICORNS AND WIZARDS WELCOME!!!

  • GLOW in the dark sticks (no glow in the dark makeup please)

  • INSTRUMENTS - drums for Solstice Ceremony!

  • VEGAN FOOD ONLY - we are a vegan festival 

 

DO NOT TO BRING

  • DISPOSABLE BBQs - these are not allowed on SITE

  • ALCOHOL

  • DRUGS

  • BAD ATTITUIDES

WHATS ON THE SITE

  • You can buy your firewood for £5 at the SCS HUB 

  • There are showers & toilets available on site

  • There will be a Cacao Bar and a Cacao Cafe serving FULL POWER CACAO

  • There will be VEGAN food vendors selling all meals throughout the festival

THE GLAMPING TENTS

Each bell tent is supplied with: 

  • DOUBLE BEDS & SPRUNG MATTRESS (GUESTS MUST PROVIDE THEIR OWN BEDDING- SHEETS, DUVETS, BLANKETS & PILLOWS OR SLEEPING NAG).  

  • A MIXTURE OF SINGLE & DOUBLE MEMORY FOAM Z-BEDS DEPENDING ON THE SIZE OF TENT YOU HAVE CHOSEN.

  • Communal fire pit for safety 

  • Do not allow children to play or operate any fire pits. 

  • Do not create a fire away from the fire pit and please always BUY the wood that you need from the camp shop.

  • Do not be cutting down the nature around you!

  • Bring your OWN BEDDING & sheets, pillows and duvets for the tents

  • Smoking is not allowed in the tents

  • If face paint is used then any damage to the canvas tents, the mattresses or z-beds will be charged accordingly.

 

CAMPING TENTS

Do NOT bring disposable BBQ’s

Bring everything you need for your tent, including your tent!!

 

TOILETS & SHOWERS                               

Showers & toilets are located very close to the Glamping tents and campsite. It is recommended you bring your own torches for going to the toilets at night. 

All facilities are cleaned throughout the day but please ensure you bring your own Toilet Roll. Please be respectful and clean the toilet and showers after use.     

                         

RUBBISH  

Please clean and clear all your own rubbish and respect your neighbours. 

When leaving please remove all remaining rubbish and leave your tents how you found them - clean, clear and please make sure you take home all your belongings. Any damage created to your tent or area may be charged.

TAKE YOUR RUBBISH HOME - we are LEAVE NO TRACE FESTIVAL.

                               

CHILDREN

SCS is a family friendly event, you are required to accept responsibility for your children at all times.

Young children must be accompanied by a ticket holder. It is your autonomy and responsibility to care for your children at all time as the adult, we love children to be wild and free but they need to safe and you should know where they are at all times

First Aid

If you are in need of first aid, please approach campsite staff who are all first aid trained. First aid and burn kits are kept in the office.

Drinking Water

There are drinking water points on the campsite where you can collect drinking water for your consumption.          

By READING all the above each attendee is adhering to the festival rules

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