When is the festival taking place?
The festival will take place on 23rd and 24th July 2022, between 10am and 6pm.
Is there an entry fee?
There is no entry fee and many of the activities and events will be offered free of charge although there will be a small charge for some activities such as the Animal HQ animal handling at Cliff Field Gardens.
Where in Seaton is the festival taking place?
For the first time the festival is taking place at multiple sites around the town: Thury Harcourt Place, Tesco Plaza, the Amphitheatre (outside Seaton Jurassic), the beach, Cliff Field Gardens and the Harbour. There will also be town trail encompassing many of the businesses in the town centre.
Can I bring my dog?
Dogs are welcome on Thury Harcourt Place, Tesco Plaza and the harbour, and are also allowed on the trams (£1 each way) but dogs are not allowed in Cliff Field Gardens or on the beach. There will be a fun dog show on Sunday 24th July in the Amphitheatre. Please keep your dog on a lead when visiting the festival and please remember to pick up after your dog.
Will there be food and drink available?
There will be a range of food stalls on Thury Harcourt place, outside the tram station.
Will there be activities for children?
Most of the children’s activities will be based at Cliff Field Gardens. These include: bubble football, Animal HQ exotic animal handling, children’s entertainers and a falconry display. On Sunday 24th at 2.30pm the Vending Shed will be bringing their tractor to the Amphitheatre for children to climb up on, and at 4pm there will be a fun dog show. Face painting will be available on Tesco Plaza. Look out for the town trail too – can you spot the mystery objects in the shop windows?
Is the Tramway running special trams during the festival weekend?
Birdwatching Trams will depart at 6pm from Seaton Station on 23rd and 24th July. Booking essential at www.tram.co.uk.
How do I book a pitch at the festival?
Do I have to book a pitch for both days?
You can book a pitch for both or one of the days.
Can I hire a gazebo?
How do I get to Seaton?
You can get to Seaton by bus, train, car or taxi, plus trams will be running between Colyton and Seaton every twenty minutes.
Where can I park for the festival?
There are a number of parking options available, please visit http://www.naturalseatonfestival.co.uk/information/parking/ for details.
How do I get involved in the festival as a volunteer?
There are many different volunteering opportunities available, please contact Diane Roberts firstname.lastname@example.org or Nicola Stone email@example.com 01297 20375 for further information. Any help you can give would be appreciated and you do not have to volunteer for the entire duration of the festival!