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With just days left to go, we wanted to drop a few helpful tips to make your arrival and stay here at End Of The Road Festival 2017 as damn good as possible. The eagle eyed amongst you might notice some changes are afoot on our map as well. It’s all happening!!!

★ Head to a cash machine and get £10 with you for the car park.

★ Bring plenty of socks and changes of clothes. One must always look and smell our best. Ahem!

★ The forecast looks dry but is changeable so please bring waterproofs and boots alongside you sunhat and sunscreen.

★ Bring proper sleeping attire and a good quality sleeping bag or bedding. The nights can get chilly here in September and there’s only so much a brandy will do.

★ Travel and directions are found here: http://bit.ly/EOTRtravel

★ You can arrive at EOTR from 12pm on Thursday.

★ Bring plenty of water if you’re planning on arriving early. The sun may make your wait a thirsty one otherwise. Stay hydrated and lookout for one another.

★ The campsites open at 2pm Thursday and the Festival Village opens at 5pm.

★ There are cash machines once you are inside the festival.

★ If you need to explore our accessible features, head to: http://bit.ly/EOTRaccessibility

★ And don’t forget our stage times are over here: http://bestf.it/2vjugKJ

★ Stay tuned to our Twitter @EOTR for any up to the minute announcements.



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  1. The cash machines are in the festival village, so not accessible until then. If you are coming in from all points north(ish) then there is a Tesco on the Shaftesbury eastern ring road with all the usual facilities including cash and fuel. You don’t need to tackle the centre of Shaftesbury to find it and, believe me, that is a good thing.

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