We welcome all visitors to the festival locally and from further afield and hope that everyone has a safe and enjoyable visit. We know that many people come back year after year. 

Our aim is to try to provide something for all ages and make the festival accessible as possible for all. 

We also value the support of lots of community groups, charities, businesses and produces in attending the festival and helping in so many ways. 

To help planning, get involved and make your visit as enjoyable as possible we have put together all that you will hopefully need to know here. 

How to find us

How to find us

Just a short drive or bus journey from Coventry or Rugby, Brinklow is easy to get to.

Stall Holders

Stall Holders

Booking form and information to have a festival stall for local craft producers, charities and businesses.

COVID Statement

COVID Statement

The safety of visitors and village residents is vital. We are working to keep everyone safe.

Frequently asked questions & Useful information

We ask all visitors to use the official car park which is sign posted off Rugby Road. 

Parking is £5 per car for the day including a programme. We accept cash only. 

IMPORTANT:

The car park is in a farmers field. In 2021 we are planning to reconfigure the parking slightly to take greater use of flat ground, however please drive slowly and follow the marshals instructions.

Wheel chair users and pushchairs may find the ground rough, please talk to the marshall at the car park entrance. 

We are unable to accept any liability or cost relating to any vehicle damage whilst driving on or being parked in the event parking field. 

We ask all visitors to use the official festival car park. For any individuals not parking in the official festival parking field, please ensure that you do not block any driveways, paths or points of access. police and parking enforcement will visit the festival. Please also support the festival by purchasing a programme and making a donation in lieu of parking in the festival information tent.

Our disabled parking is very limited and on a first come first served basis.
Disabled parking can be found in the village car park at the end of Barr Lane next to the doctors surgery.
Only visitors with Blue Badges will be able to use this area. We also request where possible to use this as drop off and collection point.

Most of the activities and stalls are cash only – including parking. There is NO cash machine in the village, however you may use the village post office on Saturday morning. The nearest cash machine is at either Tesco on Clifford Bridge Road or Morrisons Binley, both on the edge of Coventry. 

Dogs and Pets are welcome, but must be kept on a lead throughout the village and on the festival field. Please also clean up after your dog, there are lots of bins dotted around the village. 

The festival will run from 11am to 5pm on each day.

A full timetable will made available prior to the event.

Programmes will be available to purchase in the car park or at the information tent on the main field

Food & Drink will be available at many points throughout the village; on the festival field and also many of the village facilities.

Please don’t forget to support our excellent three pubs, deli, post office, chip shop or chinese takeaway

We have lots of space for stalls selling goods and crafts as well as community fund raising groups. Registration forms will be available closer to the festival.

We will have a festival information tent on the main field which will be manned at all times. The team will be able to answer any questions and provide support. 

Trained first aiders will be available on call from the festival information tent on the main field.

We ask that where possible the event toilets on the festival field are used. 

There are disabled accessible toilets in the village hall and also St Johns Church and URC hall (please check opening in the programme).

Drones are strictly prohibited during the times that the festival is taking place. 

Sorry BBQs are not permitted on the event field or car park. 

In the event of rain, we still expect the event to go ahead, but ask that visitors dress accordingly as the event is mostly outside. 

Should the weather be severe and the event be cancelled, this will be announced on social media. 

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