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V In The Park – Scotland
July 6, 2018 - July 9, 2018
Scotland’s 1st Outdoor Vegan Festival!
WHAT IS V IN THE PARK?
In our humble opinion, we think we may have the best vegan community in the whole world! We want to come together and celebrate this at Scotland’s First Outdoor Vegan Festival – V In The Park!
With delicious food, camping, talks from inspirational speakers, stalls and live music, family entertainment and performances, we invite you to bring friends and family to a guilt-free weekend.
Tickets: Eventbrite Tickets
Adult (17+) Weekend Pass: £30 (excl. booking fee)
Child (age 3-16) Weekend Pass: £20 (excl. booking fee)
Kids under 3 GO FREE
Parking Pass: £10 (excl. booking fee)
Weekend Passes (Adult & Child) are PER PERSON, not per tent. Your camping fee is covered in your event ticket.
Parking Passes are PER CAR, not per person. Please car share where possible as parking is limited.
Age Requirements? The event is family friendly. Adult weekend & Child weekend tickets are available. Kids under the age of 3 go free. Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult 18+.
Parking Options? Parking on site is limited, please car share where possible. £10 (excl. booking fee) parking passes cover your parking for the full weekend. Parking Passes are PER CAR, not per person.
Festival Shuttle Bus service available;
Adult (17+) Return: £12 (excl. booking fee), Child (age 3-16) Return: £10 (excl. booking fee)
PICK UP: 13:00 Stranraer Train Station – Fri 6 July. RETURN: 12:00 Balloch O’Dee Campsite – Mon 9 July
Luggage space is limited – please be mindful (bring only what you need). 29 seats available. Return journey included. Please arrive 15 minutes before coach departs (1pm & 12pm respectively).
What can I bring in to the event? Your lovely self and your friends & family! A tent (1-man size tent for 1 person, 2-man size tent for 2 people etc) – space is limited! Food & Drink (if you like).
Can I book the on-site accommodation at Balloch O’Dee campsite?
Unfortunately, we are unable to offer on-site accommodation. The festival is camping only.
Refund Policy? Tickets are non-refundable as is standard event ticket procedure. You are responsible for the reselling of your own ticket if you can no longer attend the festival. This can be done by emailing your e-ticket to the new buyer.
Printed Tickets? It is always a good idea to have a hard paper copy of your ticket as phone and internet signal can be quite unpredictable. Please have your ticket at the ready upon arrival.
Quiet Camping? The campsite is very intimate, so this year we are unable to offer a specific quiet camping section
Prohibited Items? Illegal drugs & weapons – this is a family-friendly event! Please refrain from bringing animal products with you as this is a vegan event.
Fires? Only allowed on designated campfires across the campsite. Camping stoves are allowed. So are disposable barbeques, but they cannot go directly onto the grass (putting bricks underneath are okay)
Water? There will be water points across the site, available free of charge
Showers & Toilets? On-site hard standing showers & toilets are available on the campsite
Dogs? Please note dogs must be kept on leads at all times and will have to sleep in your tent with you. Bring a dog bowl in case of hot weather!
PLEASE NOTE – there will be free roaming animals on site including ducks, chickens & Shetland Ponies. Consider not bringing your dog companion if they cannot behave around other small animals. Keep them on a lead at all times!
Day Tickets? Only weekend tickets are available.
Families /Children? This is a family-friendly event. There will be children’s activities & entertainment across the weekend. More TBA
Show Respect – Campsite & Nature. Recycle your rubbish, use the bins provided. Bring a bin bag for your camp & dispose of your rubbish before you leave.
Food Stalls? There will be a selection of local caterers for the duration of the festival. Please do not just rely on caterers only to provide food at all times, consider packing some camping meals as an alternative during busy times / for allergens etc.
Caravans & Campervans? Unfortunately, we cannot offer space for caravans & campervans this year. The event is camping tent only.
Alcohol? There will be no bar on-site this year, however, you can bring your own alcohol!
Courtesy / Ejection. If anyone is being violent or dealing in any kind of illegal activity, they will be ejected from the event!
Take the M77/A77 to AYR then Maybole then Girvan and onto Stranraer – join A75 East and head towards Newton Stewart go past Glenluce on A75 and about 5/6 miles past Glenuce you will see a brown tourist info sign directing you to the Three Lochs Caravan Park – take this left turn (Durnow Rd) go over two cattle grids and about a qtr of a mile past the second cattle grid you will see our sign for Balloch O’ Dee on the right.
FROM THE SOUTH
Come up the M6 past Carlisle and where the M6 becomes the A74, exit onto the A75 to Stranraer/Dumfries this is a few hundred yards past the ‘Welcome to Scotland’ sign.
Continue on the A75 through Dumfries, past Castle Douglas and Gatehouse of Fleet to Newton Stewart. About 7 miles past Newton Stewart you will see the brown Tourist sign for the Three Lochs Caravan Park – take this right turn (Durnow Rd) – go over two cattle grids and about qtr of a mile past the second cattle grid you will see our sign on the right for Balloch O’ Dee.