Note: The site is accessible by car from Marbury Road, Cuddington only.
So don't let your gadgets lead you in from Marbury Lane, Northwich, as this has been closed to motor vehicles and forms part of a delightful network of cycle/walking paths around the Northwich woodlands (more on that HERE) so bring your bicycles if you fancy a spin round that.
Rokkaku tents are bringing the Purple People Eater! A massive and lovely purple tent, with 3m high bamboo side walls. So we'll have protection from the elements come sun, rain or wind(?). The Purple People Eater will be accessible to all attendees and used primarily for juggling
Slack Fest Northwest are stringing slack lines tree to tree wherever they can to bring you a variety of challenges from beginner to advanced. A beginners area will allow for supervised and assisted session for all newcomers to this fantastic pastime, while the more experienced and advanced will be treated to a whole host of differing lines for all your slacking needs.
Providing nourishing ear food throughout the event. Be it dub beat back drop or focused free dance you're after, we've got a beat for your back.
The camping area is spacious and sheltered by an array of mature trees. The field itself was once the grounds of the long since disintegrated Marbury Hall. All that remains of this stately giant are some steps and uniquely and very well-maintained lido swimming pool. Ranger Dave and the FOAM (Friends of Anderton & Marbury) Team have developed the area for leisure, and it features some great new additions including hard standing for scamper vans and livins.
Information & Registration Tent
Here you'll find everything you need to know about what's going on and where everything is. From tickets sales and pre-book registration to signing up for workshops and retrieving lost property. This will be the hub for all things organisational and the go-to place for anyone requiring assistance. Including but not limited to; first aid, emergency contacts, emergency water, emergency take-away food services, guidance to local area and facilities. Or just a place to pop in and have a natter with the gang!
A place to hitch your oil horse and iron wagon. We've been allowed use of a private parking field as the local council car park can get full. Parking is a flat fee of £5.00 for the duration of the event.
Accessibility - We will provide a handcart/sack truck/wheelbarrow fleet to make your transition from car park to camping field easier and if you need help, please visit the Info Tent.
Note: The council car park is £3.50 per day, opens 09:00-20:00. Our pass is valid for the whole weekend with 24hr access. We encourage all of our guests to use the dedicated parking to alleviate limited facilities for local visitors to the park.
Toilets and amenities
There are a male and female toilet blocks, both with accessible access. These will be open to the public during normal park opening hours and remain open for WJD attendees throughout the event. Both blocks also have, sinks, soap and dryers, However please note that there are no showering facilities available.
There is no kitchen or washing up area commonly associated with traditional campsites, but drinking water is freely available for consumption, cooking and washing. We'll ensure there's containers spread about site for convenience and that these are topped up throughout the event, and the source (an external tap) is accessible to all.