Please see the location page for the correct festival address for your sat-nav, to find out more about how to get to Timber, car sharing initiatives and local transport options.
All tickets are sold in advance on our website. Full ticket info can be found on our ticket page here, including info on local residents tickets for those who live in the National Forest. This is also where you can book a car park pass if required (money raised from the sale of car park passes will be donated to the National Forest to support continued forest creation and development).
Timber will open for campers to arrive and pitch up from 10am on Friday 6th July. Programming will begin from 12 noon. The programming will finish late on Sunday evening and campers are welcome to stay on site until 11am on Monday 9th July when we ask that you are all packed up and ready to hit the road.
For day ticket holders access will be from 12 noon on Friday and 9am on Saturday & Sunday and you can stay until late (day ticket holders will not have access to the camping areas and may not stay over on site).
Camping is not in allocated pitches so if you wish to camp with friends we suggest you arrive early and choose a spot away from the car park where there will be space to save room for friends and family arriving later.
Nobody is permitted to sleep in the car park, in a tent, car, campervan or caravan.
Campervans and caravans will only be granted entry to the live-in vehicle area with a pre-booked campervan/caravan ticket. Each live-in vehicle can have one tent to camp alongside it.
The campsite is short walk from the car park and from the main festival site.
Boutique camping in a range of bell tents, yurts, tipis, pods and domes can be booked our glamping page here. Glampers must also book relevant weekend camping tickets.
Trolleys will be available to hire to move your camping gear if required.
If you really don’t fancy the camping thing then here are some websites with local accommodation providers:
Feanedock is a forest in the making, we have chosen it as our festival home because it sits in the heart of the National Forest and helps tell the story of this bold environmental project.
Feanedock is what the festival is all about, so we ask that you explore and revel in this beautiful landscape but also respect it, try not to disturb local wildlife and help us to keep it clean and tidy, use the correct recycling facilities and leave no trace.
Further info about our environmental policy can be found on our sustainability page here.
Cooking & Fires
We absolutely love campfires, however we need to restrict them to the main campfire circle.
There are no fires allowed anywhere else on site, the same rules apply in the camping areas. Any bbq or cooking equipment must be raised off the floor by at least 15cm (6inch) to prevent fires and damage to the grass. If you are changing gas canisters for your cooker, please do so outside and some distance away from the tents.
Also, and for safety reasons, please don’t use candles or lanterns containing candles in the camping areas.
Chinese lanterns are also banned. Please be sensible and help us to keep the festival and surrounding countryside safe.
Toilets & Showers
There are toilets situated around the site and they are marked on the map. Your camping area may not be right next door to the loo, but should be no more than a five minute walk.
There are free showers with hot water in the campsite.
There is a sink area for pot washing near the showers as well as sinks for teeth brushing and washing.
Food & Drink
You are very welcome to bring your own food and drink into the campsite. Do not, however, bring any glass with you. Leave all glass at home, decant it into plastic bottles or pots.
You can bring your own alcohol to consume in the camping areas but it is strictly prohibited to bring alcohol into the main festival site. There is a licensed bar on-site.
You will be able to see the range of food and drink providers on site for 2018 at our vendors page – coming soon.
We have first aid provision on site day and night. If you require first aid, please make your way to the first aid point at the information tent. In an emergency, please alert one of the festival stewards who will radio for a medic to attend. Please do not call 999 as our medics will respond quicker.
Water is available from stand pipes around the site – this is drinking water but please don’t drink directly from the taps, please bring a water bottle with you.
You will find a wealth of programming for families at Timber – head here to see what’s in store.
For those with babies and toddlers, in the main festival site there is a sling library, a nappy-changing tent with free biodegradeable nappies and wipes and a baby-feeding tent, so mums can relax and breast or bottle feed their babies in relative peace.
First aid and lost child facilities are available close to the information tent on site.
Most activities do not need to be booked. Just turn up at the start or drop in, depending on what it is. If the session is already full, you might be asked to come back later. A few workshops do need to be booked. This is specified in the programme.
We have ATMs on site so there should be no need to carry large amounts of cash around the festival site, there will be a small charge for using them.
A phone charging service is available at the Information Tent at the main entrance. Please bring your own charger. We ask for a small donation for this service.
Items not to bring with you
- Sound systems
The safety of our festival goers is always our top priority. We are working together with our security company and the authorities to put in place all necessary measures. Please don’t leave valuables in your tent.
Please respect the other festival goers to make our festival a safe and enjoyable one for everyone.
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