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MantonFest 2022 - Saturday 25th June 2022!

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We would like to thank all our loyal supporters for being so understanding in the last two years.  Your support ensures that this wonderful, family festival will continue way into the future. All the organisers of MantonFest are volunteers. Any surplus after paying for bands, stage, sound system, toilets, waste disposal, security, first aid etc...is distributed to local charities.
We look forward to seeing you in June 2022 when we will put on the biggest and best MantonFest ever.

The MantonFest 2022 Line-Up

Animals and Friends, Jean Genie, Barrelhouse, The Fab4, Rosalie Cunningham, Dangerous Kitchen, @59, Kotonic
 
and Skedaddle

Tickets

Tickets are available online now!
All under 16s MUST be accompanied by an adult.
Manton Grange Watermeadow, near St George Church, Preshute Lane, Manton SN8 4HQ
- map and directions
Gates open 11 am

If you have already bought a ticket bring your ticket with you
(no admission without this – sorry!)

 
Car Parking – Toilets – First Aid Tent – Stewards

MantonFest could not take place without the support of our sponsors and advertisers. Thank you!

Please contact Roger Grant if you have any questions about MantonFest
roger.grant195@btinternet.com
07771
713280

INFORMATION

IMPORTANT  NOTICES
FIRST AID:  If, for any unfortunate reason you need First Aid, please visit Dan Claridge and his medical team in the ambulance on site for their help.  They are very friendly and approachable.

LOST AND FOUND:  Please go to the Ticket Desk at the entrance – lost property or children! 

DOGS:  Dogs are welcome during the day but not in the evening as it can be very distressing for them with the loud music and laser lights.  Please make sure you pick up after your dog and do not leave your pet in your car if it very hot – even with a window open. A filled water bowl will be available at the gate at all times.

NO GLASSWARE FOR DRINKING IS ALLOWED, PLEASE USE PLASTIC RECEPTICALS. 
It would be appreciated if beer drinkers would use cans instead of bottles as they are easier to dispose of.

TOILET FACILITIES:  We try and ensure the toilets are up to standard.  However, please find a steward (wearing an orange tabard) or go to the Ticket Desk if not.  There is a disabled toilet, and men and women’s toilets in one section of the field.  Please do not use the single toilets reserved for the bands.

ALL CHILDREN 15 AND UNDER:  No youth or child may enter or exit the festival without being accompanied by an adult. 

RUBBISH:  There will be a number of waste bins in the water meadow for your use.  However, we will be issuing black sacks for you to ease the work of our volunteers so would appreciate you using them as well.  We will collect them at the end of the day so you do not need to put them by the bins, just leave them where you were sitting.  All rubbish is sorted and recycled where necessary by Hills Group Products.

WRIST BANDS:  Everyone will be issued with a wrist band.  Do not be offended if you are approached if we cannot see it.  You can come and go from the festival but you must keep your ticket with you at all times and show it on re-entry.  If your wristband has been tampered with, even with a ticket, you will not gain re-entry.

PICNICS are welcome, BBQs are not.  Also, please ensure cigarettes are put out especially if the grass is very dry.

UNDER-AGE DRINKERS:  Any youngster caught drinking alcohol will be asked to leave the festival and not return whether accompanied by an adult or not.

THAT’S IT FOLKS.  We want our festival goers to enjoy their day with us so we do not wish to be too harsh but most of the requests are common sense. Enjoy MantonFest 2022!
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