Info Sleddale Hall
If your up for the challenge why not use Cumbria’s infamous public transport system… well, at least the views are nice.
- Get the train to PENRITH
- If it’s FRIDAY, your in luck, you can get the 106 bus to nearby Shap, about 2 miles from the site Click here for a map. (The bus only runs Mon – Fri, so don’t ask us how you get back) If it’s Saturday, that’s about as close as you can get, which is 13 miles…
- Maybe another Picnicker will give you a lift instead? We will be teaming up with the friendly peeps at GoCarShare in 2018 to help encourage as many of you as possible to share car journeys by offering lifts. Just click on our page and add your journey, whether you are driving or looking for a lift, and they will match you with someone going the same way.
- You can hire a car from Penrith Station too for £38.50+0.18p per mile plus a £5 joining fee – info here.
- If, by some miracle, you do manage to turn up to this event without a car, head up to the Picnic Cinema Bar for a beer on us.
From the M6 take junction 39 signed Shap and Kendal. From junction exit follow signs to Shap. You will reach a T Junction, turn right towards Shap then take first left signed Wet Sleddale. From there follow the road. You will pass crossroads of farm roads then come to a sharp right turn. Take the right turn. Keep following this single track road, you will pass a farm house on your left, stay right on the road until you reach the parking area. There will be picnic cinema signs to help you along the way. PLEASE SHUT GATES AS YOU PASS.
Nearest postcode: CA10 3NE Click here for a map
Why don’t you add any potential spare seats you have on GoCarShare? They connect you with people looking for a ride who contribute to your journey costs.
GoCarShare uses Facebook, so you can see if you share friends or like similar music to your potential car share buddies. It’s a great fun, green and cost effective way to travel, so please add your journey and spare seat capacity.
GoCarShare have been making a great name for themselves over the past few years – with name checks and coverage by the NME, SKY TV & The Telegraph.
CAMPING INFO & RULES
There is a 10 minute walk from parking area to the camping area, please be prepared to walk and carry your camping gear as you cannot drive to the campsite.
We must protect the ground and the water supply. Therefore no open fires or BBQ’s are allowed on the camp site. (Gas cookers are fine).
Please do not bring large gazebos, marquees or other large structures.
All tents and campers must be off site by 11am the next day
No camper vans or motorhomes will be allowed on to the site – tents only
Parking is in designated areas only
Please help to keep the site clean and tidy and use the designated bins and take as much rubbish home with you as possible.
Swimming in the reservoir is strictly prohibited
Please respect that this is someone’s private property and we would like to hold events there again. There will be no access inside the house during the event (as it is someone’s house.)
You may not have mobile phone signal there
No dogs (due to livestock nearby)
Respect that everyone goes to bed at different times and keep noise down after 1am.
NEVER cook inside a tent or enclosed camping spaces.
If you need a sheltered cooking area, consider a gazebo or a tent porch with sufficient air circulation and ventilation.
NEVER use gas stoves/fuel burners to heat your tent when cold.
All gas powered items need plenty of ventilation to prevent producing carbon monoxide.
To stay warm, make sure you layer your clothing, and pick up a warmer sleeping bag.
WHAT IS ON SITE
Drinking Water (Private Water Supply)
Dinner is included in the ticket price. Please chose vegetarian, vegan or carnivore option when you purchase your ticket
Croissants and tea / coffee will be available to purchase in the morning