We are a ‘not for profit’ enterprise and the 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 £40-50 a day for attendance.
£50 to hold a date, £100 for Bank Holidays , Solstice and Equinox. This also covers the cleaning deposit
Between April 30 and October 1 deposit returnable up to 8 weeks before.
If you cancel 6-8 weeks before and we do not get another booking to fill your spot, we retain your deposit.
If you cancel with less than 6 weeks notice we will ask for the minimum daily fee of £110 unless we get another booking.
Between October 1 and April 30 we return your deposit up to 0ne week before the event.
In a tent no cost additional to the above.
Sleeping in the barn £7.50 a night per person.
We are happy to host larger 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 on hard standing if they are well parked. Please encourage participants to car share and to use public transport.
Over this number, if it is dry and the ground is hard, we can park 30-40 cars in our the field, which is on a slight slope.
Cleaning the barn and toilets etc so that it is sparkly takes 5-6 hours and costs £50 and we ask for this as a deposit.
Wood is £22.50 a wheelbarrow.
Heating the barn with the biomass boiler for a day costs £35
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. There are climbing nets, a trampoline and trees. Use of these is at the organisers’ risk. Fell Edge Barn does not accept any responsibility.