Where is Trew Fields?
The festival takes place on a family farm in Dunsfold, Surrey, GU8 4BW. It’s an hour South of London by car. The nearest stations are Godalming – 15 mins by car, Guildford – 20 mins. There will be taxis at the stations.
The farm address is: Thatched House Farm, Dunsfold Road, Dunsfold, Surrey, GU8 4BW. Follow the signs to Trew Fields.
We encourage all festival attendees to be environmentally friendly with their travel, making friends & share the journey to the event.
When is Trew Fields?
The weekend of 5-7th July 2019. Gates open on Friday 5th at 5pm for an evening of feasts and music. The festival ends at 6.20pm on Sunday 7th July.
How do I buy tickets?
You can buy your tickets HERE!
What’s included in my ticket?
The price of your ticket allows you unlimited entry and camping to Trew fields 2019, and includes a veritable bounty of awesome talks, workshops, music, yoga and classes to get stuck into. Feeling a little stressed? Head to the massage and relaxation area where you can have a massage for a chosen donation.
What if the ticket is out of my current budget?
One of our founding values is for health and education to be accessible to ALL. We work with connected cancer charities to offer complimentary tickets to the festival for those who will benefit. We work hard to be able to offer £3000 of tickets to the community to fulfil our value of inclusivity for all.
If you would love to be at the event but your current circumstances don’t permit, we have ears to listen. We’ll do our best to get you there. Please email Sophie- email@example.com
Food & Drink
We have a great selection of delicious plant based food & drink stalls. Smoothies, juices, coffees & raw chocolate.
We are blessed to share the farm with The Crafty Brewing company, an onsite brewery. The bar will stock farm-made beers, ciders & organic wines.
The Crafty Brewing Co. take their environmental responsibilities very seriously. Wasting nothing and recycling spent ingredients and by-products, such as yeast, as feed for their hungry rare-breed pigs who you’ll get to meet.
Can I camp at Trew Fields?
Absolutely, camping is included in your ticket. We’ve got plenty of space for you to pitch your tent on the farm.
All of our food vendors, bars and producers selling on site will accept cash. Some may be able to accept card, but we recommend you bring cash just to be safe. There are no ATM facilities on site.
Is there disabled access and facilities at Trew Fields?
Absolutely, we have disabled access, toilets & viewing facilities. Please contact us if you have any specific requirements.
Are kids welcome?
We’re all about inspiring the next generation to get involved in holistic health, so kids of all ages are welcome! This year we have added an area just for the kids which will be hosting all sorts of activities, including kids yoga and arts & crafts workshops.
Are pets allowed at the festival?
Festival-friendly canine companions are all welcome at Trew Fields!
Is smoking permitted on site?
We’re all about health, prevention, but also freedom of life choices. There will be a designated area on site, outside this space we request no lighting up!
Our health & wellbeing values are for the environment & fields too. We ask you to please be part of our caring community, leave the farm as you found it & take everything home with you. We’re aiming to be plastic-free & would be grateful if you can join us in this mission.
How do I get involved with volunteering Trew Fields?
Trew Fields couldn’t happen without a bunch of amazingly kind people volunteering their time and services, so if you would like to be part of the remarkable team that brings it all together, get in touch with Will – firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I become a vendor at Trew Fields?
We have a limited number of stalls available. If you think our guests would be interested in your products, Sophie would love to hear from you – email@example.com