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Day ticket

£2.00£12.00

This ticket allows you access into the Sherburn in Elmet Craft and Food Festival for a single day. Simply choose the day you wish to attend and the ticket type by selecting the correct options, you can also amend the quantity before you add the items to your basket.

By ordering in advance you will benefit from our pre-event discount.

Once you have completed your order, you will simply collect all purchased tickets at the gate upon entering the festival.

3 Day Ticket

£5.00£30.00

This ticket allows you access into the Sherburn in Elmet Craft and Food Festival during all 3 event days. Simply choose the ticket type you require, you can also amend the quantity before you add the items to your basket.

By ordering in advance you will benefit from our pre-event discount. This 3-day ticket will NOT be available to purchase on festival days.

Once you have completed your order, you will simply collect all purchased tickets at the gate upon entering the festival.

AfterFEST Ticket

£2.00£3.00

Due to popular request, on Sunday the 26th August, we will be extending our opening hours until 8pm to accommodate for a later evening – this event is called AfterFEST. This will encompass a range of entertainment, hot food and refreshments throughout the evening.

Please note you do NOT need an AfterFEST ticket if you have already purchased a Sunday or 3-day ticket.


Tickets

Event:

Buy your wristband tickets for the Craft and Food Festival online to receive a pre-event discount price.

Day tickets are as follows:

£7.00 per adult (£6.00 in advance)
£5.00 per concession (£4.00 in advance) (65+, those with disabilities & their carers)
£2.00 per child (children aged 4 years or younger go free)
£15.00 for a family ticket (£12.00 in advance) (2 adults & 2 children)

3 Day (weekend) tickets are as follows:

£12.00 per adult
£10.00 per concession (65+, those with disabilities & their carers)
£5.00 per child (children aged 4 years or younger go free)
£30.00 for a family ticket (2 adults & 2 children)

AfterFEST tickets:

£3.00 per adult & concession
£2.00 per child (children aged 4 years or younger go free)

Children aged 4 and under, when accompanied by an adult with a ticket, are free of charge. This excludes additional paid attractions within the festival.

It is strongly recommended to purchase tickets in advance as queues are likely at the entrances on the day and ticket holders will be fast-tracked.

Cookery Demonstrations:

PLEASE NOTE THERE IS NO TICKET FOR THIS ACTIVITY – THESE DISPLAYS ARE FREE OF CHARGE.

 

How to purchase event tickets

Online:

Select your ticket type and choose how many you require.

Add to your basket and then when you are ready to purchase you can then view your basket.

POSTAGE IS NOT AVAILABLE.

Tickets can be collected on the gate at the festival. There will be 2 ticket bays, one for pre-ordered / advanced tickets and one for tickets being purchased on the day.

 

FAQ’s

Can you post my tickets?

Unfortunately, we are not offering a postage option this year. All tickets will be collected at the gates, when you show a confirmation email.

What happens If I lose my wristband?

Unfortunately, we cannot be held responsible for any loss of wristbands or tickets, meaning a replacement wristband would have to be purchased at stated cost.

If I don’t want to buy it online, can I still buy it in advance?

Yes, tickets will be on sale at the Sherburn in Elmet Library up until the last few days before the event, other ticket venues TBC.

What if my wristband is damaged?

Please contact us at the soonest opportunity and it will be replaced at the organiser’s discretion upon production of the damaged wristband.

Will this wristband last all 3 days?

Yes, the materials used in the wristband are much stronger than normal paper. We have tested them, and this wristband lasted 4 days doing day to day functions (including baths and showering) – It also had to be cut off to be removed, as would have lasted even longer if required.

Will there be a charge to watch the cookery demonstrations?

No, these demonstrations will be FREE of charge to all festival attendees.

Where is the main car park?

The main carpark is TBC.

Will there be smoking areas?

We operate a no smoking policy (including e-cigarettes) in all the buildings, marquees and structures. People are permitted to smoke at the event, in the open air. The event will attract many children and we would ask smokers to be considerate. There are no smoking shelters.

Will there be lockers to use/hire?

We are not supplying lockers.

Where is the disabled parking?

This is at the Eversley Park Centre (LS25 6BA) – right outside the festival entrance.

Can I bring pets?

Visitors are welcome to bring their dogs, however, they must keep them on a lead at all times. The controller of the dog is responsible for the dog’s actions, must clean up any mess made by it and dispose of it in the dog bins that are on site.

With the exception of ‘assistance’ dogs, they will not be allowed in the food marquee.

There will be a ‘miniature farm’ on the site that will have small and young animals in penned areas and also a falconry display, we ask that those in control of their dogs consider the effect that their pet may have on those animals and on the other visitors and act responsibly.

Can I bring my own chairs?

There will be limited seating available on the Eversley Park site so visitors are welcome to bring their own chairs.  However, we do not have any lockers or storage facilities for your items should you wish to visit them. Because of the Health and Safety requirement to be able to evacuate buildings and structures (marquees etc) quickly, there may be some restrictions on taking large and bulky items with them.

Are bikes, scooters, roller blades etc permitted in the festival?

Because of the restricted space and the risk to visitors, cycling in the event area is not be permitted. Eversley Park is laid to grass and as such is probably not a suitable surface for scooters and roller blades. Children’s use of scooters and roller blades should be closely monitored and supervised by their responsible adults.

Outside of the Festival area, adjacent to the Eversley Park Centre, is a skate park that will remain open and accessible during the Festival. Please take care when using the facilities.

Will there be ‘no parking’ signs down the streets near the Eversley Park Centre? e.g. Athelstan Court.

Unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to be able to provide signage or more importantly the power to restrict parking on the residential estates in the vicinity of the Festival site. However, we are trying our best to ‘manage’ visitor parking by providing adequate car parking for visitors, providing clear signage to those car parks and by providing a free shuttle bus service from those car parks to the venue. Additionally, we are also providing a number of parking spaces for ‘blue badge’ holders at the Eversley Centre.

We do appreciate that it is inevitable that there will be some car drivers who will ignore all the signage and car parking provisions and park their vehicles in places that the organisers of the event and residents would prefer them not to park. If this does happen, please accept our sincerest apologies for any inconvenience caused.