Our Partners

Our Partners

Our Partners

We’re very proud of being an independent Festival, with no outside forces influencing us behind the scenes.  This gives us the freedom to only partner with organisations who are doing stuff we love, and we are really excited to be partnering with some amazing people this year. Local, environmental and pretty cool, these guys share our values and we cant wait to get on site with them!

ECOTRICITY
This awesome company use the money from their customers’ energy bills to build new sources of green energy in Britain – it’s what they call turning ‘bills into mills’. And it means Ecotricity customers are helping to change the way energy is made and used in Britain – just by being with them.
To find out more about that they will be doing at the Festival click here, and to find out more about them as company, click here.

SONGLINES
We can’t wait to welcome back our friend and media partner Songlines.  You can find them in the The Village with their extensive selection of CDs, and the chance of getting up close and personal with some of your fave artists too!  Check with them onsite for full details of signings and when you can ‘Meet the Artists’. There is a wealth of truly wonderful music waiting to be discovered; yet music is also about politics, history, ethnicity, the environment and so much more. Songlines is your reliable guide to it all.
To find out more visit their website here.

6 O’CLOCK GIN
The 6 O’clock Gin Cocktail Bar will be open daily from Friday to Sunday so take a break and drink in the beauty of their gin and the Secret Garden. Why not join the 6 O’clock Gin Club at 6pm each day and sample the botanical.
To find out more about this small, family run business, visit their website here.

FRANK WATER
We’re very pleased to be working with the UK Charity FRANK Water again this year.  Their FreeFill initiative offers you filtered, chilled water, and the proceeds go directly to help clean drinking water in India and Nepal. The friendly team will be on site, selling refillable water bottles to thirsty festival-goers. Find them near the Info Tent in The Village.
To find out more about their work, visit their website here.

JULIA’S HOUSE
We are pleased to be supporting the local charity Julia’s House again this year.  They provide outstanding and award winning care for babies, children and young people with life-shortening and life-threatening conditions, and support for their families.  Their nurses and carers are in the community, in hospices and in homes across Dorset and Wiltshire providing frequent, regular and short breaks for mums and dads.  Julia’s House is a lifeline for parents facing the devastating reality that their child may not live into adulthood.  They rely on support from the local community as they only receive 6% government funding in Dorset, and no government funding in Wiltshire.
To find out more about their work, visit their website here.