The event admission fee is priced per person aged 13 or over attending the festival. This includes; admission, camping (If you are buying the weekend pass) and spectating. Therefore there is no additional charge to camp except for the £5.00 parking charge per vehicle for the duration of your stay. Camping refers to staying overnight in either a tent, van, caravan or motorhome. We will have portable toilets, accessible toilets, urinals and showers onsite, all free to use. Drinking Water is available with several taps located onsite. Apologies to say there are no electric hook up points.
Parking costs £5.00 per vehicle and should be purchased online at the same time as you purchase your weekend pass through the same website. The price on the day to purchase a car park pass will be £10.00 payable on the door. Everyone that is entering the festival that is aged 13 or over will need to purchase an admission ticket. Anyone aged 12 and under can enter the festival for free and do not need to purchase a ticket. Please note that anyone aged 17 or under they must be accompanied by a responsible adult aged 21 or over (no more than three children per responsible adult). All one day only attendees vehicles will be parked in the ‘One Day’ parking area which will be located near the main entrance. Camping pitches are allocated on a first come, first served basis. There is no booking system in place. A pitch is defined as a vehicle or a structure for which one or many persons will reside in over the race weekend.
For those coming from the M50 J2 please do not follow your sat nav and turn right down a narrow country lane. It is super narrow and twisty and will upset the locals. Please carry on and drive through Ledbury.
For those camping in tents, motorhorhomes and caravans, all vehicles must be parked in the camping field (side on to avoid rolling), please ensure the hand brake is on and the vehicle is in gear. Your tent should then be pitched at the end of your vehicle.
We will have dedicated areas for everyone in both the Family/Quiet Camping and the General Camping areas.
Please note, no gazeebos/e-zee-ups. We can not guarantee everyone will weld theirs down and a runaway gazeebo can cause thousands of pounds worth of damage to other peoples vehicles and property as well as being a danger to any person in its path. We will allow awnings that are fixed to motorhomes/vans/caravans to be erected.
There are two main camping areas; General Camping and Family/Quiet Camping. If you are looking to access the far side of the venue, past the finish arena as you drive through then you must be onsite by 08:30 on Saturday as the access road cuts through the live race course for the downhill race. Access will re-open for that area around 17:00. Please note this is dependant on the time the downhill finishes as crashes/red flags may delay the race.
The site speed limit for all vehicles is 5mph.
If you are leaving the site through the entrance you drove in we will kindly ask you to turn left. This will be the quickest way to the M50.
If you are leaving the site through the entrance that is opposite the castle entrance, you can turn either left or right.
Please do not use the narrow country lane next to the castle entrance to make your way towards the M50. It is super narrow and twisty and will upset the locals.
Please note: Lock your bicyle and possessions up. Ideally inside your vehicle using heavy duty chains and ‘D’ stlye locks, if possible secure to anchor points inside your vehicle and cover up with blankets etc.. Do not leave your bike on top or on the back of your vehicle.
We would like to also make you aware when cycling around the event to do so in a safe and proper manner as we expect a large number of pedestrians of all ages in attendance. We always advise you to wear a helmet when riding your bicycle. When riding at night, we would also advise both front and rear lights.
1.1 – This policy covers the Malverns Classic. In special circumstances, they may be altered or added to by local rules, made necessary for good management or because of agreements, planning consents, etc. entered into by the event
1.2 – We ask all of our campers to comply with our policies. If you or your party do not comply with the policies we may ask you to leave the site.
1.3 – The use of threatening
1.4 – Please consider other users of the site and we ask that all users conduct themselves at all times with due regard to the health and safety of themselves and others.
1.5 – The maximum stay allowed is from Thursday 15:00 through to Sunday 18:00, after which time your pitch must be vacated.
1.6 – Apologies to say we are unable to provide electric hook-up points for the festival.
1.7 – Personal alcohol must not be consumed or brought into the main finish arena.
2.1 – Camping Pitches are available from 15:00 on Thursday the 27th of August. You can arrive on either Thursday, Friday or Saturday to camp.
2.2 – On arrival, visitors should make contact with the Festival Team. Admission to the site is at the discretion of the Festival Organisers.
2.3 – In the event of poor ground conditions, a pitch may not be available. The Festival Organisers will
2.4 – Please familiarise yourself with the site’s fire regulations and firefighting equipment and its location as soon as you arrive on site.
2.5 – Please note the venue will close the front gates for entry:
-21:00 on Thursday.
-21:00 on Friday.
-20:00 on Saturday.
3. Pitching Tents.
3.1 – You may camp next to your vehicle, please do so in accordance to parking marshal’s instruction.
3.2 – If you want to pitch with your friends please reserve them a space. You can also pitch your tent next to your freinds live in vehicle caravan/motorhome/van.
3.3 – Anyone caught tampering with fire equipment will be detained and reported to the Police for criminal damage and will receive a lifetime ban from the event. You will also be invoiced for any damage.
3.4 – The fire assembly point will be clearly marked and located in the large field opposite the lake and finish arena next to the exit road.
3.5- Vehicles on the site should be parked at right angles to a slope where possible with their hand brake on and in gear.
3.6 – The transfer or sub-letting of pitches is not allowed.
3.7 – Do not move or adjust any markers that are laid out to allocate pitch space.
3.8 – Gazeebos / E-zee-ups are not permitted.
3.9 Pitching Caravans/Motorhomes and live in Vehicles (also includes vans your are sleeping in).
3.9.1 – On arrival, the Festival Organisers will show you to your camping pitch and answer any queries you may have. If you want to pitch your live in vehicle with your friends you must save them a space. We need to enforce the four meter rule between live in vehicles, excluding guide ropes. You can camp inside your awning and next to your motorhome, please do so in accordance to the parking team’s instruction.
3.9.2 – The “
3.9.3 – Anyone caught tampering with fire equipment will be detained and reported to the Police for criminal damage and will receive a lifetime ban from the event. You will also be invoiced for any damage.
3.9.4 – The fire assembly point will be clearly marked and located in the large field opposite the lake and finish arena next to the exit road.
3.9.5 – The pitch (along with any ancillary equipment) must fit within the confines of your pitch whilst maintaining the four-meter rule.
3.9.6- Vehicles on the site should be parked at right angles to the slope of the field where possible with the vehicles hand brake on and the vehicle in gear.
3.9.7 – The transfer or sub-letting of pitches is not allowed.
3.9.8 – Do not move or adjust any markers that are laid out to allocate pitch space.
3.9.9 – Gazeebos / E-zee-ups are not permitted. Only awnings that are fitted to your vehicle are allowed.
4.1 – Barbecues must be purpose-built and portable, standing clear of the ground. There must be no possibility of damage to the ground. Only gas or a charcoal barbecues should be used.
4.2 – Barbecues must be fully extinguished and cold before disposing of in the bins provided. Anyone causing a bin fire will be billed accordingly.
4.3 – Campfires are not permitted.
4.4 – Fireworks are not permitted.
4.5 – Never use or store a used BBQ in your tent, sleeping or living quarters. Please aware of Carbon Monoxide poisoning, it can be a killer.
5.1 – Pets are welcome (no tigers or lions please) on site but you are responsible for the
5.2 – You must ensure that your pets do not foul the site and you are responsible for cleaning up after them.
5.3 – If it is deemed a pet is creating a nuisance or causing disturbance to others, you will be asked to remove them from the site. Please note we do not allow on site, any breed of dog listed under the Dangerous Dogs Act of 1991.
5.4 – Please do not leave pets in your vehicle if there is a chance of them overheating.
5.5 – Check dogs and yourselves for Ticks, we always advise you to pack a Tick Removing Tool.
6.1 – The flying of model aircraft, drones and kites are prohibited.
6.2 – It is the responsibility of parents and guardians to ensure children are supervised at all times, whilst on site.
6.3 – The releasing of sky lanterns with naked flames is not permitted.
6.4 There are a number of water filled lakes on site. Please ensure all children or vulnerable persons are supervised at all times and aware of the dangers.
7.1 – Noise must be kept to a reasonable level at all times so as not to disturb the enjoyment of others camping.
7.2 – Between the hours of 23:00 and 07:00 all music, lighting
7.3 – Generators may be used, we may ask you to refrain from using them if they cause a disturbance. Please ensure they are fenced off and not accessible to the general public. Also, ensure that any fuel is kept in the correct container for its content and that it is kept locked away and out of direct sunlight. Please make sure a competent person refuels the generator (when cold) and according to the manufacturers instructions.
8.1 – Vehicle movement on the site is prohibited between 22:00 and 07:00. This is for your safety. If you do need to leave in an emergency, please contact a member of our 24hr security team and they will assist you in your departure.
8.2 – Vehicle drivers, motorcyclists
8.3 – All cycles should have appropriate lighting if used at a time when it should be required.
8.4 – Essential repairs can be carried out so that an unserviceable vehicle can leave
8.5 – Drivers of vehicles, including motorcycles, must hold a full and current driving
8.6 – Ebikes that are chipped to exceed the legal speed limit are not allowed to be used onsite.
8.7 – Mini motor-bikes are not to be driven around the event site.
8.8 – Once your vehicles are parked up, that vehicle must only be driven when you are exiting the venue.
8.9 Please don’t lock you bike to the roof or the rear of your vehicle. Lock it securely inside your vehicle with D Locks and Cable Locks (around car seat frames etc..) if possible. Remember: Out of sight is out of mind.
9.1 – Chemical toilets must only be emptied at the chemical disposal point, using only water from that source to rinse and clean them out. This is located next to the entry.
9.2 – To avoid possible damage to sewerage systems we support the use of bio-degradable chemical fluids that do not affect the natural bacterial balance within the system.
10. Your Departure.
10.1 – Camping and Parking Pitches must be vacated by 19:00 on Sunday.
10.2 – If you leave a camping unit or other property on the site without prior arrangement after 19:00 on Sunday. The Festival Team shall be entitled to dispose of such property.
11. Lost Property.
11.1 – All items of lost property will be retained for one week. Items not claimed after this period will be donated to a local charity this includes any monies. Any items that are not of use to any of the local charities will be disposed of.
11.2 – Anything, where the owner is readily identifiable will be either directly returned to the owner if still on site or contacted if possible. If it is not possible to contact the owner the items will be passed to the Police.
11.3 – Owners are responsible for the cost of reclaiming their goods.
11.4 – Credit or debit cards. Reported to the card issuer. The card issuer will then advise what further action is necessary.
11.5 – Items where there is any suspicion of danger to employees or to the public. The police will be contacted immediately in such circumstances for advice.
11.6 – Any item that we feel has clearly been abandoned will be disposed of.
11.7 – Where items of property are claimed the claimant should be expected to provide a description of the items lost. The claimant must sign for all items claimed and record their full name and address and provide valid I.D.
12.1 – The Event Organisers will not accept responsibility for any loss or damage to the property of the visitor, including personal belongings, cash,