We are committed to making The Wildchild Festival 2021 an enjoyable event for everyone, so if you have any questions about accessibility at the Festival please don’t hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01889 880100.
Before you come:
If you need any more information about the event that isn’t provided on our website, please contact us and we will do our best to answer your questions.
You must pre-book tickets for these events, please see our ticket page for all the information regarding tickets. There are limited tickets so selling out is a possibility. Please see our ticket page for all the information regarding tickets. There are limited tickets so selling out is a possibility.
If you require a personal assistant to help you on the day they can attend for free, but you must arrange this with us first by contacting email@example.com or calling 01889 880100. Carers may also attend for free by contacting us in advance.
Information for visitors (not attending the Festival):
The Wolseley Centre’s buildings (including cafe) and nature reserve will be open during normal opening hours to visitors during the festival events.
On 24th August the Park Bank area of the reserve will be cordoned off for Wildchild Festival ticket holders only.
If you are unsure, please contact 01889 880100 when planning your visit.
The majority of the Festival activities will take place on Park Bank, a grassy area near to the car park. There is a large flat grass area which can sometimes be bumpy especially if the moles or rabbits have been to visit.
Park Bank begins to incline quite steadily. At the top of the hill is the outdoor classroom where some theatre performances and festival activities will be taking place. This is a largely level clear area but sometimes can be bumpy if the rabbits or moles have been visiting.
Some activities will also take place in our orchard, a slightly gradient area of grass with lots of small trees, surrounded by hedges.
The Art Trail will take place around the remainder of the site this may include the sensory garden and lakes. There is a footpath and boardwalk that is suitable for prams, wheelchairs and tiny feet.
The meadow and walk along the River Trent is a grassy area that can sometimes get a bit muddy when it rains, but is flat.
The visitor centre is accessible, there is an indoor cafe, gift shop and toilets (including accessible) inside the main building.
There are accessible toilets in our visitor centre on site that will be available for the whole of the Festival activities.
Assistant dogs are welcome on site on the day, but please let us know by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org There are usually a dog drinking stations in front of the cafe and please pick up after your pooch!
Staff delivering activities are first aid trained.