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Festival layout/map 2022


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I suspect they’ll be trying to push cards even more because of covid.

I’ll probably take £100 for places that don’t accept card or for when it’s down, then top up with the machines where needed.

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Just now, stopwn1981 said:

Also on a slightly different topic put still about site layout - entry gates and queue times. Thoughts for queue time at PGA midday Wednesday?

Half hour tops … unless we get traffic chaos of 2016 

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1 hour ago, JoeyT said:

I wonder if the CiderBus will be taking card this year?

From memory I've always paid cash.

I believe the same Cider bus was at EOTR last year and I was paying by card.

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It costs traders like 30 quid to get hold of a SumUp device (or similar). Usually less as they're often on offer.

Anyone who doesn't mind an audit trail should have one at this point.

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4 hours ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

But there are also live performances in many of the other bars not labelled e.g. West Holts bar, Bread & Roses, whatever replaced the Fluffy Rock Cafe, etc

Most of those smaller ones aren't programmed. Bread & Roses is weird as they've always had stuff on but only the last few fests have they actually been in the programme. It's a weird distinction between "official" and "unofficial" venue. 

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22 minutes ago, DeanoL said:

Most of those smaller ones aren't programmed. Bread & Roses is weird as they've always had stuff on but only the last few fests have they actually been in the programme. It's a weird distinction between "official" and "unofficial" venue. 

Places like the Fluffy Rock Cafe and Avalon Inn put people/bands on who come and ask for a gig once the festival has started and the gates are open, so it's not possible to publish the line up before the festival.

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10 hours ago, incident said:

Anyone who doesn't mind an audit trail should have one at this point.

That is so true. Gone are the days when you had market traders 'choosing' how much they gave to the tax man. 

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23 minutes ago, Staberinde said:

That is so true. Gone are the days when you had market traders 'choosing' how much they gave to the tax man. 

People just get more crafty about how they report these things, there's ways round it.

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Mobile card reader technology has come on a lot in the last couple of years. Even independent traders can link a card reader to a phone or tablet now. 
 

There will be those traders that prefer cash but you should be able to pay for the majority of things using your card. 

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9 hours ago, squirrelarmy said:

Mobile card reader technology has come on a lot in the last couple of years. Even independent traders can link a card reader to a phone or tablet now. 
 

There will be those traders that prefer cash but you should be able to pay for the majority of things using your card. 

 

1 hour ago, Junglist1981 said:

There was a card reader at the bake sale at my kids primary school last week 🤷‍♂️

Even the balloon man outside printworks has a sum up machine 😂

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