This event has been and gone.
The festival and camping is at the Recreation Ground field which includes shower and toilet facilities and is disabled friendly. There is a 24-hour loo. Regret no hook-ups. The hall has kitchen facilities. If you are camping, please book early. Well behaved dogs are welcome. Full directions are in the website. Our independent Real Ale bar will be open at the hall on Friday pm, Saturday lunchtime and pm, and Sunday lunchtime.
The concert guests are Terry Helyar, Raine on the Marsh, Sue Stevens, High and Dry, Issy & David Emeney, Dick Stephens, and Tim & Sue Brine. Other events include Wild Thyme Morris, Musicians session, Folk Club with tea and cakes, Holy Joe, and Stories and Ballads session. The program as a whole we hope will allow plenty of time to relax, socialize, and enjoy. Full program and more information about the concert guests are on the website. We will offer our usual recycling facilities, but ask that you take your non-recyclable rubbish away to dispose of it.
The Butchers Arms offers good food, and B & B, Phone 01643 821333. (www.butchersarms.co.uk), unfortunately there are no other B & B facilities at Carhampton. The nearest shopping area is Minehead, a short direct bus ride away, but the local shop in Carhampton has most necessities available and is open daytime.
The festival and camping is in the middle of Carhampton. Please keep the informal noise, however good it is, down after midnight.
This year we are supporting St Margaret's Hospice Care, Charity number 279473.
Looking forward to meeting up (again). Mike & Di.