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We are proud to announce that Love Saves the Day has been awarded Bronze by the Attitude is Everything Charter of Best Practice. As a festival, we are continuing to assess our accessible facilities and are constantly striving to make the site and overall experience better for our deaf and disabled customers.
For disabled customers who do not require the use of any of the accessible facilities, please click here to purchase your ticket. Alternatively, if you would rather call SeeTickets, you can purchase over the phone on 0844 412 2706. However, please bear in mind once you have bought your ticket if you would like to use the accessible facilities you will still need to apply for them via the online form below.
The following information provides details about the bookable accessible provisions at the event. If you have any questions that are not answered below please contact [email protected].
For disabled customers who do not require use of any of the accessible facilities, please click here to purchase your ticket. If you would you like to register for use of any of these accessible facilities:
- PA Ticket
- Viewing Platforms On Our Two Main Stages
- Accessible Parking
- Accessible Toilets
- Lowered Bar Areas
You will need to fill out the online form below and submit supporting evidence.
Please Note: Love Saves The Day is on a green-field site (Eastville Park), with some tarmac paths on the peripheral entrances and exits. While there are some sheltered areas (some stalls and marquees), it is mainly an open-air event. Ground conditions are therefore weather dependant (if we experience extreme weather the ground may become muddy), therefore mobility across the site may become compromised. We ask you to consider this before purchasing a ticket.
There will be induction loops at the Main Accessibility Wristband Exchange.
British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreters
At present we do not have BSL interpreters booked for this festival. However if this is something that you would be interested in then please get in touch as soon as possible.
We also have a Mobiloo on site which enables all children and adults to use the toilet or be changed with dignity and respect when they go to events. Fitted with an electric hoist and changing table as well as a toilet and wash-basin, Mobiloo means that wheelchair-users with the most complex requirements can engage with the same activities as others.
Diverse Break Out Space:
The local charity Diverse are also onsite to provide a safe, low-level stimulation and recalibration zone for those on the Autistic Spectrum or for those who need a place to have a moment of calm, rather than having to leave the festival. Diverse is a new charity that exists to provide social contact for people who have a diagnosis of autism. Diverse is about helping people with autism to develop social networks and self-confidence using their interests and ultimately reduce social isolation.
We welcome assistance dogs on the site. There will be an area provide for toileting and drinking.
Please note that strobe effects may be used at this event however, there will not be any specific announcements prior to their use.
Medical Services and Welfare Area
We have an onsite Medical Tent with trained First Aiders by The British Red Cross. We also have an Information and Welfare Area which can be used by our accessible ticket holders should they need a moment of calm.
Please note: The disabled access facilities are for festival goers with permanent disabilities – pregnant women and people with recent injuries such as broken legs do not qualify.
We do take our accessibility seriously and therefore, there are a small number of Mystery Shopper tickets available if you sign up to the AIE Mystery Shopper Scheme. For more information please go to the AIE website here.