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The rules show that there is absolutely no re-entry from the car parks after 4pm on Friday until Monday. These rules are not that easy to find.

I have spoken to the office and they confirm this is the case.

That means that all those who like to load up their car during the day on Sunday which from my experience is a lot of people (families and those who have t work on Monday) can only do so in one go and then leave.

I asked for the rules what time Monday starts - as on Monday you can come and go from site t car parks - they could not tell me!

I asked how people who had to leave before Monday and those who had to do more than one load to the car (i.e. families) could do so - they could not tell me!

They said I should send an e-mail with questions - which I already had done on 16th August. I have no sent another.

Maybe I am just odd but to me loading the car in the day on Sunday is 'normal' at festivals, even if it is just getting rid of stuff you don't need to speed up exit on Monday.

I thought people should be aware as I can see loads not knowing and there being all sorts of problems on Sunday.

 

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I agree. This rule seems very odd. I can understand them not wanting people to leave the car park onto local roads and then come back as it affects local residents, but what's being achieved by not allowing people to walk backwards and forwards to the car park I don't see, especially on Sunday when some people need to leave site and need to do several trips to the car park with their stuff.

 

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