Celebrate 100 FAQs
Is there an entry fee to Celebrate 100?
No. The event is free.
Is there plenty of parking?
Yes. The site is spread across 60 acres and contains an abundance of parking.
Can I camp overnight?
Yes! Dig out your tent, hitch up your caravan and scramble into the cockpit of you motorhome and join the happy campers who will begin their Celebrate 100 experience a day early. Campers are invited to pitch up at the 60 acre site from 14:00 hours on Sunday 24 August and should leave by 18:00 on Monday. There are no camp fires, no hookups, (neither water or sewer), but on the positive side there is no cost! There will be water pipes and portaloos. We do ask that campers to contact Mick Page (email@example.com), who is organising the campaign, as soon possible and give him your leader’s name, number of adults and children in your party and the number of tents/caravans/motorhomes. We also ask that people clean up their litter. When you arrive at Keysoe, please ask a steward to direct you to the camping area. So far the only entertainment on offer on Sunday is watching a group of curates set up for the festival.
Can I bring my dog or guide dog?
Dogs are welcomed. There are more than 60 acres of countryside to walk in. We expect dogs be kept on alead in the public areas, are well behaved and that you will clean up after your pet.
What happens if it rains?
The events will go ahead indoors in the equestrian arena and various marquees.
Should I bring a chair? We are encouraging people to bring chairs and blankets although some chairs will be provided.