The Audlem Festival is an annual music and arts festival which has run in the South Cheshire village of Audlem since 2000. There's music to suit all tastes, exhibitions, poetry events and on the bank holiday Monday the traditional carnival.
The Festival would not be possible without our sponsors, advertisers, pubs, churches, shops, volunteers and of course everyone that attends.
The festival camping field is right in the middle of the village. Find postcode CW30DX and take the A529 south to Market Drayton . The field entrance is on the left heading south.
Turn up and find a pitch. £5 per pitch per night or £25 for the 5 nights.
Someone will find you for payment
Tents, camper vans and caravans welcome. Please take your rubbish with you and clean up after your lovely pets.
Toilets & Elsan disposal but no showers.
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