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Just a few common questions we get asked!

The good news is that entry to the festival is free! However, all the money to pay for the festival comes from sponsors, concessions and of course generous donations, so if you see one of our volunteers with a bucket or selling programmes please help us out as it all pays for next year’s fun!.

Don’t try in the town at all! The official Festival Car Park is located at the Abbey School, London Road, Faversham. ME13 8RZ.

£5 for a full day which matches the long-term parking fee in the town centre.

From 9am to 9pm each day.

Less than half a mile which is an easy ten-minute walk.

Yes. Visit the Festival Village page on this website.

Yes within the normal provisions of good behaviour and clean-ups.

Yes. Mainline trains from London and Kent Coast stop regularly at Faversham Station.

Step out of the station and you are there!

Very! There is a large family area with rides, children’s activities and entertainment.

Fantastic! The festival is renowned for its food offer and the quality of the drinks offered by a range of Craft Brewers.

Yes. Shepherd Neame are offering behind-the-scenes Brewery Tours.

Yes. Faversham Creekside and the Parish Church are both close to the festival area.

Programmes will be on sale nearer to the festival dates from outlets in the town at just £2 or from festival volunteers over the weekend. This year there is added value as they have special offer vouchers inside.

Yes! Visit the website volunteering page or throw your loose change into the collection points when you visit.

No, a motorbike and sidecar take up as much space as one two man tent, so adding that bike and sidecar to your two man tent makes this into a large pitch.

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