We are not a profit making enterprise and any money that is made repairs the fences, improves the barn, plants trees and so on.
We like to keep the use of the land in balance, it needs plenty of meditative activity between parties/large events. We vary our charges according to whether the event is very community orientated or more commercial, (we prefer not to host very commercial activities).
The charges are a based on an average event that charges £30-40 a day for attendance.
£50 to hold a date
Returnable up to a month before. If we then get another booking in that month to fill the spot we would return the deposit.
In a tent no cost additional to the above.
Sleeping in the barn £5 a night per person.
Parties are charged at a higher rate to help fund charitable and community events.
Full payment including the cleaning deposit should be made before the start of the event. (Unless negotiated beforehand)
We can park 30 Cars.
Over this number we rent the field across the road. They charge £50 a day, this money goes to charity. It can take 80-100 Cars.
Cleaning the barn and toilets etc so that it is sparkly costs £45 and we ask for this as a deposit.
Wood is £12.50 a barrow.
Heating the barn via eco-boiler for a weekend in winter uses about £30 a day if the outside temperature is averaging 8ºC
Gas for 20 people usually costs about £25 ( a full cylinder is currently £59), the shower in the field is free if you bring your own wood.
Insurance – You must have your own event insurance and we would like to see the document or have a written assurance that it is up to date.
Dogs – Absolutely no dogs of any shape or size even if totally friendly.
Drugs – Illicit substances are forbidden.
Alcohol – Alcohol fuelled events are unwelcome.
Health & Safety – There are the usual risks encountered in a non urban setting. There is a large pond in which children could easily drown, it is fenced off but the gates can be opened. There are climbing nets and trees. Use of these is at the organisers’ risk. Fell Edge Barn does not accept any responsibility.