Elderflower Fields The Family Festival


Elderflower Fields is a small, safe and friendly festival, designed especially for families with younger children. They believe in the transformative power of spending time immersed in nature, letting kids be a little bit wild and free, and in appreciating great food and the arts together with friends.


The festival takes place  in mostly grass fields and mixed woodland. The site is generally sloped. There are gravel roads around some parts of the site and firm dirt tracks through parts of the woodland, but much of the festival is accessible only over grass or through unpaved woodland. This can be especially difficult if the ground is wet due to heavy rain. 

There are two primary performance venues, Dragonfly Stage and Moonshine Fandango with dozens of family activity locations dotted around the woodland and grass fields. Dragonfly Stage sits at the bottom of a gently sloping grassed field. To view the stage requires access off made up pathways and roads. Moonshine Fandango is located just off a made up pathway in the Lazy Glades area of our festival. Other informal performance, workshop and activity spaces are located around the site and are generally accessible directly from or within a short distance of a made up pathway or road. 

There are accessible camping pitches - see here for more information

Disabled Parking & Drop-off
  • Blue Badge
  • Drop-off Area

Please note - accessible camping pitches are fully sold out this year. Please contact Elderflower Fields with any enquiries.

There is a section of the car park closest to the ticketing tent for blue badge holders. No need to book these spaces in advance, just make the car park stewards aware as you arrive on site and have your blue badge clearly displayed.  Please note, these spaces are still within the main car park and simply mean the distance between your car and the campsites is reduced by a few hundred metres. 

Free accessible golf buggies dedicated for customers with accessibility needs. If you think you might have trouble moving around the site during the festival, please contact the Event Manager in advance of your arrival. A limited service can be provided with these buggies and a dedicated person and phone number to call during the event in case you need help. If you are a wheelchair user, you can arrange for an accessible buggy to pick you up from the car park and drop you off in the festival site (and vice versa) at prearranged times if required.

  • Accessible Toilets
  • Baby Changing Facilities
  • Other (please specify)

All main toilet blocks have an accessible toilet


Baby change and breastfeeding tent  next to the information tent. The team in the Information Tent has access to a microwave should you need one for warming milk. 

At the moment Elderflower Fields do not have any audio description, sign language or captioning services for performances

Guide Dogs
  • Guide Dogs Welcome

Please contact Elderflower Fields to discuss bringing Assistance dogs

Strobe free policy - guarantee no strobe lighting is used

St John Ambulance provide medical services and they have a First Aid Tent and a Mobile Treatment Unit on site. 

If you have wheelchair batteries or other equipment which needs charging, the team at the Information Tent will be able to help you with this. 

If you have medication or special food items which you need to keep refrigerated, this can also be provided via the Information Tent team. The team in the Information Tent will also have access to a microwave, should you require one for heating food.

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This page was last updated on 10 May 2023