2000trees is continuing our work with Attitude is Everything after achieving a bronze award and will continue to make our site as accessible as possible. Below we have outlined the available facilities at our festival but if you have any further questions then please don’t hesitate to email us at: email@example.com or write to us at:
2000trees Access Information
45 Underdale Road
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Broadly rectangular in shape, the site is 500m at its longest point with the Main arena, Main stage, Neu stage at bottom end and the accessible camping in the centre. Two large music tents (The Cave & The Axiom) are situated in the centre of the site. The Forest Sessions stage, and chill out areas are found towards the top end of the site.
Approximate distances from accessible campsite to:
Main stage – 250m (includes viewing platform)
The Cave tent – 135m (includes viewing platform)
The Axiom tent – 50m (includes viewing platform)
The Neu tent – 200m
The site is based on a sheep farm and as such the majority of the site is a field without solid road ways.
Site opening times:
Thursday 09.00 – 23.00
Friday 7th July 08.00 – 23.00
Saturday 8th July 08.00 – 19.00
Bookable access facilities
2:1 tickets for personal assistants:
A free ticket for a personal assistant is available to any deaf or disabled person who would be unable to attend without their presence and who has bought their own ticket.
We have three viewing platforms available. One is situated at the Main Arena, one at the The Cave tent and one at the Axiom tent. Access to these platforms will only be granted to people wearing a viewing platform wristband. You will also receive a lanyard to allow one companion access along with you.
Accessible camping is situated just inside the main pedestrian entrance which is the centre of the site with close proximity to facilities. An accessible toilet will be in this campsite. There are no showers on site. A 24-hour level access charging point for power chair batteries will be located in the Wristband Exchange (main entrance tent) 10m from the accessible campsite. Information during the festival will available from the same tent.
If you require access for a specific vehicle that is your only means of transport we will review on a case by case basis. Please email us to discuss at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistance with luggage is available upon request at arrival.
How to apply:
To apply for the 2:1 tickets and to request a viewing platform wristband or place in the accessible campsite, you will need to do the following:
– Purchase a standard ticket from our website
– Fill out the Access requirement form and email to email@example.com with the subject title: Access requirement form. (A physical document is available on request)
Access requirement Form as PDF
Access requirement form as Word document
– We will then issue the 2:1 ticket to you manually.
– Upon entrance you will just need to bring your Etickets.
Customers making use of the 2:1 scheme and access facilities on site should proceed directly to the ‘Guest list’ queue at the Wristband Exchange (main entrance tent) to get their wristbands, passes and assistance upon arrival.
Blue Badge parking spaces do not need to be pre-booked. Upon arrival at 2000trees please show your Blue Badge to a member of the car parking team and they will direct you to the correct spot. Blue Badge parking is directly outside the main pedestrian entrance.
Check-in – 100m or less
Accessible campsite – 110m or less
Accessible toilets are available at three major points around the site:
1. Access camping. (Centre of site)
2. Main Arena. (Bottom of site)
3. The Croft stage. (Top of site)
Main Stage viewing platform – toilet = 50m
The Cave tent viewing platform – toilet = 30m
Strobe lighting may be used at any time during the festival.
Assistance dogs are welcome at 2000trees. Please let us know if you intend to bring an assistance dog using the Access requirement form.
A refrigerator will be available for medications located with our First Aid provider in the centre of the site.
All medicine must be clearly labelled including the owners full name & telephone number.
Medication is left at the owners risk and must be collected before the site closes at 12midday on Sunday.