PETS - They are not permitted, except guide dogs for the blind and deaf.
AIR HORNS - FIREWORKS - They are not permitted, Any found on entry search and thereafter will be confiscated.
DO NOT bring anything that could be interpreted as an offensive weapon, i.e. a multi purpose style tool that contains a knife, mallet, etc. as they will be confiscated and held at Festival Welfare.
Ensure you know where your nearest emergency exits are. Follow any instructions given by Stewards, Security and Police.Move away from any dangerous/antisocial behaviour. Notify Security if you see any antisocial behaviour. Move to where there is more space if you see a crowd surge occur. Ask for help if you need it and help others, especially if someone falls. Stay calm - if you're in distress, ask to be taken to the Welfare Tent.
Look after yourself and those around you, even people you don't know. If you suspect somebody is unwell take them to a first aid tent. If they are not responding please alert a Steward immediately who will call for the necessary help. Please don't attempt to move them as you may do more harm than good.
If you need to take medication regularly remember to bring it and let your friends know of any illness or allergies you may have and where your medication is stored.
There are medics at the festival who are fully equipped to deal with all situations along with a hospital in the Village area. The medics have roving patrols and provide an accident and emergency facility with full resuscitation, GP facilities and surgeries and psychiatric treatment. There is a landing point for air ambulances if required.
Heavily pregnant visitors are advised to make contact with the medical team on arrival at the event to ensure you are aware of services on offer over the weekend. Visitors with medical conditions are similarly advised.