Don’t bring unnecessary valuables and be sensible with your belongings . Look out for each other. Report anything suspicious or any thefts immediately to a steward or member of security team so we can respond quickly
We want our festival to be a safe environment and strongly believe that everybody has the right to enjoy the festival free from harassment, abuse or intimidation. and are committed to ensuring that our festival is inclusive for communities targeted by discrimination. Everybody who comes to the festival, be it staff, volunteers, artists, traders, suppliers or audience has a shared responsibility to oppose discriminatory behaviours and promote inclusivity. We believe that everyone should feel (and be) safe at our festival. Any form of uninvited advance or aggression is absolutely unacceptable. We have a zero tolerance to such behaviour and strongly encourage anyone who experiences or witnesses such behaviour to report it to a steward or member of security. All reports will be taken very seriously.
Lost Children and Dogs
Should you lose your children or furbabies or should they lose you, please immediately contact a member of staff, volunteer, steward or security. The meeting place for lost children is next to the first aid tent.
First Aid & Welfare
Our first aid team will assist you with any injuries at our first aid tent. Please pop in if you need any medical assistance at the festival. Our welfare team are also on site ready with a calm space to help you with whatever you may need.
The dealing in or use of illegal drugs is not condoned by Seahaven Family Pride. Drug enforcement laws are as applicable on the Festival site as any where else in the country. Police officers may be on-site and will deal with drug offences in accordance with national guidelines. If you deal in drugs, it is likely that you will be arrested. Neither anti-social nor illegal behaviour will be tolerated and participants will leave themselves liable for eviction from the site.
The conditions of entry state: “You will be searched at the entrance. Any items which the organisers consider may be used in an illegal or offensive manner will be confiscated. Persons suspected of carrying out illegal and / or offensive activities onsite may be searched.”
If you bring drugs with you, you risk having them confiscated and possible eviction from the Festival. And if you buy them on site, you risk getting ripped off; whether with fake substances or short deals, and with pills, powders and liquids there is a risk that what you buy could be harmful and even life threatening. T21 productions, All Things Festival and Breakwater Event Support operate a zero tolerance policy to the possession, use and dealing of illigal substances. Please don't ruin your weekend by risking being removed.
Experimenting with drugs can lead to adverse reactions. The crowds and the sheer size of the Festival can be very frightening and disorientating. If you do take drugs and you become ill, depressed or frightened please ask a steward to direct you to one of the many facilities on site which can help and support you.