What about cars and campervans?

It’s a big field so there’s space for lots of cars and campervans on the site. Please buy a vehicle pass if you intend to bring your car or campervan on site.

As we have plenty of space you’ll be able to park next to your camp spot.

If you don’t have a vehicle pass there is a pay and display car park near the village hall a few hundred meters from the site.

Although there’s lots of room we do encourage people to car share or even better travel by train or cycle. If you can offer or fancy sharing a lift post on the Spoonfest Facebook group.

What’s the arrangements for food on site?

Like previous years we will have a caterer staying on site throughout the event. There will be breakfast lunch and evening meals including good veggie options all priced reasonably.

Please bring your own plate, bowl, mug and obviously spoon. There will be no disposable stuff available on site, so if you want to eat you will need your own plate!

We also hope to have the charity pizza oven running again.

There will be hot water urns for self-serve teas and coffees.

How about camp fires?

BBQs and campfires are not allowed in the campsite area, we do have big communal campfires which keeps the evening socialising away from folk who want an early night.

We encourage folk to bring acoustic instruments, poems or whatever to keep us amused round the campfire.

Is there a bar?

During the evening after carving is finished for the day there is a bar serving local ale and not so local cider and bottled beers for charity. Over the years we have raised £20k for Practical Action and an additional c. £3,500 for Sheffield City of Sanctuary thanks to David and his volunteer bar staff, and the team working the Pizza oven.

Do mobile phones work?

The only phone mast in the village is EE and coverage from that is patchy, 100m from the campsite toward the village you generally get a signal.

There’s a public box in the village. There’s wifi available at the Rambler Inn.

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