Little Big Gig is based at Henry’s Campsite, Caerthillian Farm, Lizard. We are tucked away behind the village green https://goo.gl/maps/WYxGaGYnxZ32
We have partnered with The Pasty Connection – a Cornish mobile app-based, lift-share community. If you are driving to the festival and would like to find people to share the journey and the costs or if you are looking to get there without a vehicle, you can offer or request for a lift through the event in the Little Big Gig group. By lift-sharing, you will be reducing emissions and congestion around the site and hopefully, meet new people and make new friends. We are also the most Southerly Village and our public transport links are limited. For lift-shares, please use The Pasty Connection lift share app. Download the app here and use the group I“Biggig”. By signing up, you receive 2 months subscription and automatically join the Little Big Gig group. Please read on The Pasty Connection App for more details on the subscription costs.
The site is a small site and all areas are easily accessible on foot and with wheelchairs. However, it is on fields with uneven ground, grassy areas and the potential to get muddy. Please call 01326 290596 if you would like further information on what facilities are available or to discuss your requirements.
Parking on site is reserved for camping vans, performers and those that require special assistance. There is a village green car park near by which is available with a donation to help maintain it.
CAMPING AND CAMPER VANS
One of the appeals of the festival is the sites kookiness, tucked away areas and structures. We are also not a large site so therefor cannot accommodate caravans or camper vans/motorhomes that exceed 5m in length. If there is space then you can have a maximum of 1m awning next to you. We do not have space for gazebos. Please be considerate of your tent size and do not bring a large tent if you are one person. We cannot accept tents longer than 5m.
Under 18’s will be required to bring proof of age for purchasing child tickets and children 14 years old and younger will not be allowed into the event without an adult. Parents or guardians must assume responsibility for these attendees at all times. Children 5 years old and under will not be required to buy a ticket but must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all time. It is illegal to sell alcohol or to purchase alcohol for those under 18. The right to ask for identification by bar staff for those that appear under 21 is reserved to the festival staff.
DO’S & DON’TS
Please don’t bring dogs as they won’t be allowed on site (unless a guide dog).
Please do come prepared for all weathers – warm clothes, wet weather gear, flip flops and good walking boots etc etc.
Please don’t bring drugs.
Please do make the most of your weekend by visiting the local pubs, cafes, buying from the shops and seeing the most southerly point in the UK.
Please don’t bring glass bottles.
Please do recycle and keep your areas clean and tidy.
Please don’t play loud music and leave the entertainment to us.
Please don’t make your own fires.