FAQ’s

What is Farm Feast all about?

Created in 2006 for foodies, families and music lovers of all ages, The Wirral Food & Drink Festival has grown in reputation and scale, becoming one of the region’s favourite events.

Farm Feast is the re-branded, re-imagined Wirral Food & Drink Festival. Now in its second year, it expands on the festival’s traditional elements celebrating local producers and showcasing chef demonstrations while adding music entertainment, and family fun. 

Where is the festival taking place and what are its opening hours?

Claremont Farm will continue to host the event this year as usual. See our How to find us page for more information.

Our opening hours are:

  • Saturday 13 June: 10am – 10pm
  • Sunday 14 June: 10am – 6pm

Is there parking available?

Yes. There is free car parking available on site from 10am – 11.30pm on Saturday 13 June and 10am – 6pm on Sunday 14 June.

How can I get to the festival on public transport?

Arriva will be offering a free shuttle bus to Claremont farm from the closest Merseyrail station, Spital. For more information on getting to the festival please see our How to find us page.

How much do tickets cost?

We provide various ticket packages to suit our variety of customers, click here to have a look at our pricing structures.

What facilities are there on site? Toilets/drinking water etc.

There will be toilets located throughout the festival site as well as hand cleaning facilities. Drinking water and a range of other hot and cold beverages can be purchased on site.

Do you accept credit/debit cards? Are there cash machines available on site?

At the main ticket gate only you will be able to purchase Farm Feast tickets through a chip and pin machine. There are no ATM cash machines on site, some traders may have chip and pin machines but this is not guaranteed so make sure you bring as much good old fashioned money as you think you’ll need!

Is there camping on site?

No, currently we do not have camping on site, however this is something that we would like to include in the future, please register your interest in camping here.

Is the festival children-friendly?

Yes. With our expanded children’s programme and Little Feasters area, the kids will not be short of things to take part in. Have a look at our Little Feasters line up to see what we have on offer for the little ones.

Are dogs allowed on site?

Dogs are allowed on site, but we ask owners to them on leads, be conscious of their dogs around the food stalls and other animals, and to ensure they clean up after their pups!

Can you bring your own food and drink/alcohol?

No, however there will be a huge selection of food and drink to purchase whilst you are on site.

Will there be food for vegans/vegetarians/dietary requirements?

Yes, at Farm Feast we have carefully selected our traders and producers to ensure variety and so we are able to cater for all dietary requirements.

 Is the site wheelchair accessible?

Yes. Home Instead are on hand for assistance and wheelchair hire and the site has disabled parking, but please beware that the festival site is a working farm, ground can be uneven and tricky when wet.

What if it rains?

The festival will go ahead as planned, however the ground is sure to get muddy so please come prepared and bring your wellies!

I am a trader, how can I get involved?

We are always looking for new traders to appear at Farm Feast, contact lisa@farmfeast.co.uk for more information and an application form.

I would like to sponsor the event, how can I get involved?

We are always keen to hear from potential new sponsors, for more information please contact Andrew@farmfeast.co.uk for a sponsorship pack.

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