Feedback from the 2016 festival revealed that ticket holders really liked all the
improvements we had made from previous years so the outline programme in 2017 will
be broadly similar, but as you would expect we plan to add some additional features
to further enhance your overall experience. The 2017 festival will contain all
the great things you have come to expect from Stepping Stones with wonderful music,
dance, food, beer and fun from Friday evening until late Sunday afternoon -
FRIDAY NIGHT IS CEILIDH NIGHT
THREE STAGES -
There will be three big music concerts in the marquee stage running over the week-
ALL AGES -
Throughout the week-
There is ample on-
Our loos are proper flushing ones (eat your heart out Glastonbury!). There are disabled toilet facilities close to the Hall and stewards will be on hand to help anyone requiring assistance.
Once again a range of delicious, locally produced food will be available close to the stages – we’ll tell you more about that nearer the time.
What is a festival without the finest locally brewed ale -
Kirklinton Hall is a 17th Century ruin which is being restored by the owners Ilona
and Christopher Boyle, to bring it back to its former glory as a self-
Please note DOGS ( except for assistance dogs) ARE NOT ALLOWED ON ANY PART OF THE FESTIVAL SITE
If you are bringing an assistance dog you will need to get a free pass for him/her when you buy your ticket.
Although dogs are not allowed on the festival site there are 2 local kennels where you could leave pets while you are having fun at Kirklinton Hall, which might be an acceptable option:
· Whinney Brow in Roweltown, Carlisle CA6 6JJ. Contact 01228 675713 or email@example.com www.whinneybrowkennels.co.uk