22 - 25 August 2014, Boughton House


To register your interest in using either the disabled tented camping area or the disabled caravan area please visit our accessible camping page and fill in the form »

Greenbelt is committed to make the festival as accessible for as many people as possible.

Use our side navigation bar to find out more specific access information as it becomes available.

We have a volunteer Access team to support you in the lead up to and at the festival. They are there to help you make the most of the weekend.

The Access Team will be on hand to help make the festival more accessible; this will include scooter hire, loop systems, mobility aid charging, autism and mental health support and The Haven, our rest space in the festival village.

There will also be support for children and families.

If you otherwise need to contact the office in advance of the festival then you can email us at: info@greenbelt.org.uk, call us on: 020 7329 0039 (you can make a call through TextDirect by dialling prefix 18001 before the telephone number) or write to us at: Greenbelt Festival, 1b Snow Hill Court, London, EC1A 2EJ.

We have pages of information for people with visual impairment and deaf and hard-of-hearing festivalgoers.

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G15 Onsite Access guide

Read our 2015 guide here>> or you can read the easy read version here>>

Mobility Scooter hire

We’re delighted to announce that this year Fair Mobility will be providing mobility scooter hire at the festival.

Call their hotline to book on 07553 365252 or visit their website

Greenbelt awarded Attitude Is Everything - Silver award

Greenbelt has been working closely with accessibility organisation Attitude is Everything since 2011 to improve access across our site.

In 2013, we were awarded their silver award for following their Charter of Best Practice, only the third UK festival to do so. See our blog about this »

We will continue to work with Attitude Is Everything, to aim for the Gold level, and to continually improve our festival for those with accessibility needs.

SEN Buddies for Families

Buddies are here to help you as a family to enjoy the festival. If you have a child with special educational needs (SEN), or just need an extra pair of hands, then come and see us at the Children’s Info Point in the centre of The Village. We’ll also have information about other activities on site for children with SEN.

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