ACCESSIBILITY

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Accessibility

We want to make Towersey Festival as accessible as possible to all.

The Festival takes place on a green field site with flat access.  Due to the nature of the land it may be a little bumpy in places.  There is a drop-off point by the main gate and a dedicated area for parking.  Due to the layout of the site this is the closest to the venues we can safely get you in a vehicle.

There is wheelchair/mobility scooter access at all venues and in our headliner marquee, known as Venue 65, there is also a well-positioned viewing platform.  Our volunteers are always on hand and ready to assist if required.

If you choose to stay overnight, there is a designated camping area for those with accessibility requirements.  There are dedicated toilet and shower facilities in this area and if needed, hook-up for recharging scooter batteries etc.  You may also keep a road vehicle nearby.  This area also has its own manager who will be on hand from Get-in to Get-out to advise and assist.

PA / Carer Tickets:

We understand that many disabled people require the support of a carer in order to attend Towersey Festival. For every full paying or concessionary adult we are happy to provide a complimentary carer ticket to those who qualify using the process below. 

“Towersey Festival has partnered with Buckinghamshire Disability Service, BuDS, to make sure we give free carer’s tickets to the right people. As experts in disability, as well as being disabled people themselves, they understand why some people need help when attending a Festival like Towersey. Please complete the online form and send in any evidence that BuDS asks for. BuDS will then let us know whether, in their opinion, you qualify for a free carer’s ticket”.

Please CLICK HERE to apply.

If you need any further information or help, please email us on info@towerseyfestival.com from where we will respond as soon as possible and do what we can to help make your visit to TOWERSEY FESTIVAL a great experience.