Held at Laverstoke Park Farm in Hampshire, an organic/biodynamic farm started by Jody Scheckter to produce the best-tasting, healthiest foods. Now also home to CarFest South for the past 6 years, the fun filled festival is full of mayhem, music The Strong support from celebrities and programmes on the BBC including Countryfile and BBC Radio 2 makes this a sell-out event with tickets being sold within hours of going in sale.
|Venue:||Laverstoke Park Farm,|
|2019 Cost:||£289.95 per metre frontage + vat|
|Cover:||Aluminium framed pavilion|
||Approximately £180.00 – £240.00 (BOOK DIRECT)|
|General Exhibitor Information:||General Information||Please click box to go to the general information regarding the Rural Crafts Association and how they operate.|
|Booking Form & Rules & Regulations:||Booking Form||To download the Booking Form and Rules and Regulations please click the box. Please print off, fill in and return to us by post or scan. Please make sure you tick the box on the booking form regarding GDPR and Rules and Regulations, please also sign the form.|
Our visit to CarFest South in Hampshire in 2018 proved highly successful; record sales reported by many exhibitors. We have an excellent site whereby we see visitors regularly and benefit from the superb spending power of this happy and appreciative audience. The event warrants early serious consideration, as the pavilion will be booked quickly.
The organisers are expanding this event to increase the number of visitors to match CarFest North, this can only be excellent news for our sales in the pavilion.
The visitors purchase their tickets in advance so their spending money is not depleted as they arrive, this further enhances the superb spend from this family/young professional audience.
Camping/caravans is booked direct with the organisers please tick the box if required and we will send you the necessary forms. Camping prices start at £180.00 up to £240.00 so you may wish to find an alternative.
Children under 16 years of age are not allowed on-site on set-up day, Thursday 22nd August.
Dogs are not allowed on-site.