17th – 21st August 2023
Medicine is about interweaving communities and bridging cultures – wisdom keepers, indigenous communities visionaries, artists, and solutionaries of all traditions to inspire and ignite a deeper understanding of how we can tread lightly, and live harmoniously as we support each other in the creation of the world we want to see – an equitable and thriving world.
Festival sites are not always the easiest places for people with disabilities to navigate so they are doing their best to put things in place to make your experience as trouble-free as possible.
- This year they have appointed an Accessibility Lead to be a point of contact on site for anyone with a disability.
- They have also created a new Accessibility Campsite by the Boutique Camping area, where people with disabilities can bring their vehicles onto the site to sleep in them (this requires advance authorisation and a special pass, so please write to them in advance to arrange this).
- They will have two disabled toilets on site – one in the campsite, and one in the main festival site.
- Although they do not have an Accessible Viewing Area for the stages their Area Guardians will make sure you are taken care of and have a good line of sight to the entertainment.
- If you need a carer to come with you to the festival they can arrange a Personal Assistant ticket (providing you have a full weekend ticket).
- They can provide large print sitemaps and schedules should you need one – please contact them in advance.
Do note that there will not be metal tracks for wheelchairs to get around, and some of the ground is rough field and some paths are a bit uneven.