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+1 for ticketing for camper vans. Assign space, figure out sizing, and
sell that many tickets. Gives you a degree of control on things at the
Of course, you need to ensure nobody tries to then park a camper van in
general parking, but that's down to attendants to manage. Worth keeping
a few tickets in reserve for 'on the door' scenarios like that.
On 01 June 2012 22:11:09, Garth Bushell wrote:
> Just another lurker here but can I just add one comment on camper vans.
> I've been to quite a few small festivals / conventions where the
> number of camper vans has been underestimated, sometime
> quite severely. It kina sucks when you get put in an overflow car park
> quite away from the event.
> I think it would be sensible to sell camper van tickets to give an
> idea of the numbers involved or at least get people to register.
> On 3 May 2012 13:56, Russ Garrett <ru...@garrett.co.uk
> We haven't really considered this yet. We do have space for camper
> vans, but some things which would be need to considered are:
> - Safety of traffic crossing the site during the event
> - What happens if it gets muddy and vehicles are stuck
> - Number and cost of tickets
> - Site layout considerations
> On 1 May 2012 09:43, Tom Flint <emailt...@gmail.com
> > Hello,
> > I'm a lurker on the email list, based in Edinburgh.
> > Just to ask whether there will be consideration for camper vans
> as I plan to
> > come in mine and I'm sure I'm not the only one. Don't need
> anything fancy,
> > just an ability to drive onto the camping area and to drive away if
> > necessary.
> > Thank you
> > Tom Flint
> > p.s. if there's anything I can do to help, let me know.
> Russ Garrett
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