Natural Rhythm will do our very best to make the event as accessible as possible, as most people will know East Anglia is quite flat, and our site will be quite small and compact in year one. The site itself is mostly grass and flat, but bumpy in places so getting around in a wheelchair should be ok but if it rains this could become difficult. We can offer free tickets for carer’s, please contact us at [email protected] where we can deal with your needs on a one to one basis.
You will need to purchase a ticket yourself, but if you have a carer, you can apply for a free carers pass. Once you have purchased your ticket, please inform us of your carer’s details via email [email protected].
Please include the following information when emailing:
• The name of your carer
• Date of arrival
• A brief description of your disability
You will need to bring a copy of your Blue badge or a copy of your latest entitlement to disability living allowance when you arrive at the festival, to pick up your carer’s free ticket.
As the festival site is very small this year, we will not have a separate disabled camping area but we will make sure that any disability campers will get a place in the best possible spot for access. Please make one of stewards aware on the day, so that they can assist you as best as possible.
Anyone with a Blue badge (or similar) can park in the camping area – please make a steward aware on the day.
Charging points for electric wheelchairs are available on request. Please contact us in advance via email should this be the case. Medical help is available on site but any specific medical needs should be discussed before a ticket is purchased. Accessible toilets will be positioned near the campsite and out of use for the general public. Stewards will there to assist you with any needs you have throughout the weekend.
If there are any other questions you have for us regarding disability access you can contact us at: