Mill Hill School is firmly in the green belt, set in 120 acres of rolling fields that features many rare trees on its grounds. The facilities are excellent and includes a sparkling shower/toilet block as well as access to a fabulous swimming pool.
Mill Hill is just 10 miles from Central London, with easy access from the M1, Luton Airport and overground and underground train services.
IMPORTANT: Mill Hill School sits within the Low Emissions Zone. Read below for further information…
You can arrive from 2pm on the Friday and the camping site must be vacated by 4pm on the Sunday.
Camping is within the grounds and is included in the ticket price. The venue has a superb range of auditoria fitted out with bespoke audio systems, projectors, screens and comfortable seating. At the end of each day, the main feature will be projected outside, under the stars. In poor weather this screening will relocate to the mighty sports hall – the whole gang under one roof! Please remember to bring your own chair or cushions for the starlight screenings.
The venue provides cooked breakfasts and incredibly delicious two-course evening meals. Meals can now be bought at the festival! No need to buy in advance. Just purchase your meal tickets on arrival from the HQ tent. There will also be light lunches, snacks, tea and coffee available during the day on a casual basis. You do not need to sign up for these. There are vegan and gluten-free options.
Naturally, the venue has plenty of shower and toilet facilities and for the 2018 festival we have access to the swimming pool again. Hurrah!
Camper vans and caravans are most welcome but there is no hook-up.
Mill Hill School sits within the Low Emission Zone. Anyone coming in a van, 4×4, lorry, pick-up, ambulance, horsebox, fire engine, road sweeper, concrete mixer or snow plough is HIGHLY recommended to check out the Low Emission Zone website in advance as the charges can be astronomical. We cannot refund any LEZ payment that you may need to make nor any penalties that you might incur coming to the festival so do read through all the boring small print and make sure you are not stung by Transport for London.
And most importantly, there is a bar!
Sorry, the venue does not allow dogs.