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Advice from TVP for Cropredy Campers!
Our friends at Thames Valley Police have kindly issued some safety advice for those of you who are coming to the festival. They will be assisting our own security on the campsites so please help them to help you by reading the following.
"We would like to welcome you to Fairport's Cropredy Convention.
In order to help you keep safe please note the following:
1.The only way not to lose something precious to you is not bring it in the first place. More...
Where Does It Go Again?
Festival Site Manager, Mick Peters and the crew from Bounty Events, mark out the stage for this year's SELL-OUT Fairport's Cropredy Convention.
Marking out the stage is one of the most important jobs of the festival because everything else in the field is measured out from it's position.
Fortunately, Mick, Frances, Fi and Gareth have done this for many years, so we have every confidence that they'll get it right! More...
Cropredy latest, 30/7 - Stock up!
The deluge which was forecast for Sunday morning fizzled out and the fields were spared another soaking. With a great week of sunshine ahead (so they say....) the fields can continue to recover.
The land owners and myself are still concerned about what several thousand cars will do to the ground however because no matter what happens between now and 9 August, the soil will still be quite soft underneath. It is now obvious that we must keep vehicle movement to a minimum.
PLEASE make sure you stock up with everything you need for the weekend BEFORE you arrive as we will be restricting vehicle departures from the campsites to essential traffic only. More...
Cropredy Update - 26/7
Gareth Williams reports:
"Plans are still on track for this year's Cropredy Festival. I have been busy checking on the campsites and negotiating for new fields should any have to be substituted due to the flooding, but no firm decisions will be made regarding the campsites until the end of next week.
The waters have subsided throughout Oxfordshire and at Cropredy the fields are all drying out. With milder weather forcast we are hopeful that this recovery will continue right up to 9 August and beyond. More...