Larmer Tree Festival

Overview

19th-22nd July 2018 Larmer Tree Festival is a unforgettable music and arts festival set in beautiful Victorian Gardens, in the heart of the Cranborne Chase.
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Access Card Notes

Access Card Holders with a +1 Symbol are entitled to an essential companion.

Contact details

Larmer Tree Festival Larmer Tree Gardens, Larmer Tree, Tollard Royal, Salisbury, Wiltshire, South West, SP5 5PY
Phone: 01725 552300

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
The Festival takes place in and around the beautiful Larmer Tree Gardens. Much of the gardens are lawns with some gravel paths between different areas. The main entrance and campsites are in fields next to the Gardens. There are no steps, but there are some gentle slopes. We lay hard standing and tracks from the accessible campsite and car park to the festival village, but access around the festival can be challenging in extreme weather. There is an accessible viewing platform on the Main Lawn. Space is limited, and we try to make this available for those in most need – our stewards will be available to help. You don’t need to book to use the viewing platform. We also allow space around the edges of the Main Lawn for chairs. If you need more information then contact Briony in the Festival Office.

Short Distances

Short distance
The distance from the accessible parking and camping area (available from Thursday at 3pm) to the festival village entrance, wristband exchange and charging area is about 100m, and to the Main Stage is about 600m. Other campsites are slightly further away. There’s no vehicle movement allowed in the general campsites and cars must be parked in the designated parking area. We have a designated parking and camping area where space can be booked in advance by those who need to be nearer to the festival entrance or require power for specialist medical equipment. Accessible camping and parking places may be limited, so please let us know as soon as you can.

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
There are wheelchair/easy access toilets and showers next to the accessible campsite. There are also accessible toilets in the festival village and near the viewing platform on the Main Lawn.

Assistance Dogs

Assistance Dogs
Assistance dogs that are registered with an organisation that is a member of Assistance Dogs UK are welcome at the Festival (we’re being specific, because other furry friends are not). Let us know if you need to bring an assistance dog when you fill in your access requirements form.

Essential Companions

Essential Companions
We offer a free ticket for a personal assistant accompanying someone who is registered disabled.

Personal assistant passes and accessible facilities are primarily for those who are registered disabled, so you’re automatically eligible if you can provide a copy of your Disability Living Allowance, Attendance Allowance, Personal Independence Payment or Access Card (for a personal assistant ticket) or Blue Badge (for accessible camping or parking).

You will need to purchase your ticket and parking pass online, and you will be prompted to register your details for a free ticket at the checkout. Once you’ve provided us with evidence of your disability, we will issue the complimentary personal assistant pass. When you book your tickets online you’ll be asked to register your details. Simply tick the box at the bottom of this page saying “Please contact me about accessible camping and parking or personal assistant ticket”. We’ll get back to you with a short form to confirm your eligibility, and find out about your access requirements.

You can also obtain a complimentary personal assistant ticket on the gate if you arrive with someone who is registered disabled, and has a valid ticket. Again, we will need you to provide appropriate evidence.