FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why should we book with Merry Farm?
As the official campsite as well as part event organisers we work together with the healing weekend team to provide the best camping and caravaning, access to the event and the wonderful healing weekend atmosphere that is created from this unique event. We have caterers in the evening, a social fire with drumming, chatter and fun, shuttles to the event field, and the Davey family go out of their way to be welcoming and helpful. Look no further!
How do we get to the Healing Weekend venue?
We provide a shuttle bus to the event during the day and in the evening. New Road Farm is about 5 minutes away and the shuttle is active during the day and evening. We give a contact number if you are waiting more than five minutes that you can call and we will collect. There is a small charge of £1 per journey for adults.
If you would prefer you can drive to the event each day.
Can I bring my dog?
Yes, we welcome well behaved dogs and their owners. Dogs are allowed to the healing event. They must be kept on leads at the Healing Weekend.
Where is the Camp site?
General Camping and Caravaning: Merry Farm, Merry Lane, TA9 3PS.
Can I park next to my tent?
Yes you can.
Can I book pitches next to each other for me and my friends?
No, there are no assigned pitches for camping but there will be room to pitch and reserve a spot next to you for your friends. So essentially, yes you can pitch next to each other.
Are there Fridges and Freezers for communal use?
Yes, there are a number of fridges and freezers where you can store your food and drink.
Where is the nearest Train station?
The nearest Train station is Highbridge & Burnham on Sea. It is about 3 miles for the camping ground.
Is there quiet camping and family camping?
Yes we will be looking to designate areas within our campsite for Families, quiet and social areas to keep everybody happy.
Is the event in aid of Secret World Wildlife Rescue?
No, it is no longer a partnership between the Healing Weekend organisers and Secret World Wildlife Rescue (SWWR). SWWR gave up it's licence over the fields and withdrew from the event. The organisers of the event are now Simon Kidner & Elaine Fenton. SWWR continues to be invited to the event, with a free large stall available and we encourage people to support the wonderful work that SWWR does.
What facilties are there?
- Toilets and showers
- Caravan waste disposal point
- Communal fridges and freezers for general use.
- Campfire and Social on Saturday evening
- Shuttle bus to venue
- Tea, coffee and breakfast available
Can I stay next to my friend?
We don't allocate pitches so it will be for you to organise on arrival. There is usually suffcient space for this not to be an issue. Unfortunately, people with electric hookup will not be able to stay with other non-electric campers.