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Site Info A-Z

Some of you will have seen our post about the Devoted Handbook being available. Inside is loads of information about the event. There are a couple of really helpful pages towards the back which include details of our a-z of site information. Please read as it may save you time before and during the event. 

You can read the full handbook here. Handbooks will be available upon arrival.

Site Information A-Z

ALCOHOL – Alcohol is allowed across the site for those over 18, but please remember that Devoted is a family event.

BBQ’s – Sorry, but.... No BBQ’s allowed on site.

BIKES – We don't allow bikes or scooters on site as there are too many potential accidents around.

BUGGIES – We love children, we have family worship, and we want you and your children to have a great week. So, feel free to bring your buggies to any and every venue! Just please be aware that we need to keep the venues safe in case of emergency, meaning that a steward might just
ask you to move your buggy to one side. Please don’t be offended; it’s for everyone’s safety.

CARS - Once you’ve unloaded, please remove your car to the car park. The site is a no car site. EXCEPT if you are a blue badge holder, you can bring your car to the onsite car park which is near to the main venues. Only people who have been issued with a pass will be allowed to drive onsite once the weekend has started. The speed limit is 5mph and we ask for no car movement between 9:30-10am, 10:45-11:15am and 6:30-7pm as these are busy times around the site.

CAMPING SHOP – Please note that there is a camping shop with all sorts of helpful things that you’ve forgotten – it’s in the Hub, and open when the Hub is open.

CASH MACHINES – There are no cash machines on site, but there are supermarkets within 5 minutes of the site.

FIRE SAFETY – There are fire points located around the site which are clearly signposted. Please do not allow your children to play with them or empty them.

FIRST AID – There is a First Aid point located at the front of the Bingley Hall, which is open 24hrs. We also have a paramedic on site if needed. You can contact the paramedic at either the First Aid post, Information Point, or through any of volunteers with radios. Alternatively, call our onsite emergency line: 07940 496001

GAS – There is a camping shop in the Hub that is selling Camping Gaz this year, subject to the Hub opening times.

GENERATORS – Once again, sorry – for Health and Safety reasons, we’re not allowing any generators on site.

HOOK UPS – This year, you may be fortunate and be located near to a hook up. If you are, be thankful in all things! But be aware that if you
do hook up, we will come and ask you to pay £20 for the weekend. (Unfortunately, we get charged for the electricity we use, and are simply passing on the cost)

INFORMATION POINT – This is located in the entrance of the Bingley Hall (Main venue) and is open from 9am – 9pm.

LOST PROPERTY – Any items handed in will be held at the information point UNTIL Monday 2pm, when they will be disposed of!

NOISE – All events finish at 11pm, so can we politely ask you to keep the noise down from that point on – there are lots of young children and sleep deprived parents who might need lots of beauty sleep. They might not be quite so polite!

PETS – Again, an apology. No pets of any kind are allowed on site. Of course, Guide Dogs and other support animals will be most welcome!

PHOTOGRAPHY – We are filming and photographing throughout the weekend, normally for publicity etc. for 2019. If you do not want to be photographed, please politely talk to the photographer.

SAFEGUARDING – We take the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults seriously on site. A copy of our policy will be available on the Information Point. If you have any concerns at all, our safeguarding officers are Steve Hurd, Lizzie Bird and Sarah Hogben. You can contact them via the Information Point, or the Devoted site office.

All servers who are in direct contact with children are DBS checked and their serving is agreed by their local elders.

1) The site does have other people than us working on it at various

times, but is not open to the public while we are on site.
2) If a child goes missing, or is found, please inform someone with a radio. Our policy is to close all entrances until the child is reunited with their parents.
3) The gates will close at 11pm each evening. A Security team will be on the gates through the night for emergencies.

TOILETS AND SHOWERS – If you see any issues, please inform our Information Point ASAP.

WASTE – There are number of bins on the site, which will be regularly emptied. Please note: your site MUST be rubbish free when you leave!

All the waste is taken to a local recycling plant where it is sorted appropriately.

WIFI – Sorry, there is no public Wifi on site this year. We are working with our IT Contractor to introduce this for 2019.

WRISTBANDS – You MUST have a wristband to get into any venue on site. If you lose yours, please go to the Information Point for a 50p replacement.

Read the full handbook here. Handbooks will be available upon arrival.