Q. Are dogs allowed at the Oak Fair?
A. Yes, but they must be kept on the lead at all times please and must not be taken into the Children's area. All dog owners are asked to be responsible owners and to clear up after their pet.
Q. If the weather is wet, will there still be an Oak Fair?
A. Absolutely. Only in the case of severe weather warnings or high wind speeds will the event be cancelled.
Q. What time does the event start?
A. The Oak Fair starts at 10.00am and closes at 5.00pm on both days.
Q. What about Safety and First Aid?
A. We have a2e Medical Services joining us for the weekend and who will deal with all first aid matters. A full risk assessment is carried out prior to the event to ensure everyone safety over the weekend.
Q. What toilet facilities will there be?
A. There will be plenty of toilets in four locations over the site, plus disabled toilets and baby changing facilities.
Q. Is the Oak Fair suitable for disabled persons?
A. Although obviously affected by the weather, the Oak Fair should be fully accessible to disabled persons. Details of who to contact for mobility scooters and wheelchar hire will be available shortly.
Q. Can I camp at the Oak Fair overnight?
A. No, currently we don't offer camping, however there are a range of camp sites, B&B's and hotels in the local area if you wish to stay.
Q. How do I find out about being an exhibitor at the Oak Fair?
A. Katy Love is the Oak Fair organiser, if you wish to find out more about the Oak Fair email her at email@example.com.
(Please be advised that we stick to the themes of woodcraft, timber, conservation and the countryside, so your product/charity must relate in some way. We ask that all items on your stall are handmade and not mass produced.)
Q. Can I pre-book tickets?
A. Yes, Bradsons offer a 10% discount on all tickets purchased through them. These are available from early June until about two weeks before the event. Visit www.bradsons.co.uk to book your tickets early.
Stock Gaylard Estate Office, Sturminster Newton, Dorset, DT10 2BG
Tel: 01963 23511