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(is only available to 
Full Weekend Ticket purchasers)

The campsite is in the extensive grounds of The Whitby Club. As you can see from the photographs the site is self-contained and bordered by woodland on one side. All concerts take place in the main building (on the left) so there is no need to leave the festival site. 

Fringe events take place in marquees or on grass around the festival site.

Just a five-minute walk along the main road, where local buses run regularly into Ellesmere Port and Chester, you'll find a small supermarket and cash (ATM) facilities.

Toilets and showers are located inside the 
building and are 
open at 8am. 

Portable toilets are located around the
A water point is located within easy reach of campers. 

It would be useful 
to have a torch 
handy for use 
during the hours 
of darkness.



Featured in the 
television series 
'Our Zoo', Chester Zoo
is one of the world's finest. 
Its conservation programme is helping 
to save endangered species around the 
world from extinction

A regular bus service 
runs to the Roman 
city of Chester from outside the venue

LIVERPOOL - The centre 
of this vibrant city is only thirty minute away by 
car or rail

Access to the site is in Dunkirk Lane approximately 500 yards down on the right.   On arrival in Dunkirk Lane - Do not drive into the main car park unless directed to do so by a steward. 

All campers, including motor homes, caravans and tents, have access to 
well drained land to the rear of the premises which also includes 
a large hardstanding area for motorhomes and large caravans. 


The festival grounds are enclosed by high metal fencing to which 
the general public are not allowed access at any time. 

They back onto a very large wooded area (see images above and below)
called Stanney Woods which is ideal for dog walkers.

Please note: Campers with dogs must not allow them to 
roam free in the grounds AT ANY TIME.
They must be on a lead when walking to and from the grounds.


Liverpool pictures by Barry Wall