Beneficiaries of the 2023 Festival
Each year our all the profits from our events goes to support local good causes and charities. This year our two main benefactors are:
Tanga Club is a fully inclusive social and support for families with children and young people who have additional needs and disabilities. They provide youth clubs, trips etc. support and advice.
All drinks must be purchased with tokens.
No cash will be accepted at the bar.
Tokens will be available for purchase at the entrance at all times.
Tokens are non-refundable.
You are not permitted to bring your own food or alcoholic beverages into the Festival.
Alcohol will only be served to adults confirmed over 18 years old by
the security staff and issued with a wristband.
Children under the age of 18 are permitted to enter the Festival free of charge.
No Children under 18 will be permitted access after 8pm and no children under 18 are permitted inside the Marquee after 9pm.
Bar staff will not serve alcohol to anyone without a wristband.
The festival organisers/security staff withhold the right to refuse access or ask persons to leave the festival if they are considered a threat to security or to disturb other festival attendees.
Please use the bins provided to keep the site clean.
The marquee is a no smoking and no vaping area.
LAST ORDERS CALLED AT 10.45pm, BAR CLOSES AT 11pm
The Festival closes at 11.15pm, please leave the premises in a quiet and orderly fashion to show respect to our neighbours.
Thanks for your co-operation & support
We hope you have a great time.
Haydon Bridge United FC
Our Festival is held in the ground of Haydon Bridge United Football Club. They provide excellent footballing facilities and currently have 11 teams from the Development Squad (4-6 year olds), Under 7’s to Under 14’s including a girl’s team and 2 senior teams including the recently formed Haydon Bridge Ladies FC. They play their football across the region, for further information click on the link below.