Sunday, August 31, 2014

Nr. Castle Donington

Off the Tracks Summer Festival

Nr. Castle Donington DE74 2RN

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Gordon's performance time to be confirmed.

Donington Park Farmhouse is a wonderful, historic venue. The 17th century farm and barns are surrounded by stunning rural views that lift the heart and soothe the soul.

With four 'stages' plus impromtu music in the bars you're sure to find sounds to please your ears.

As well as being entertained in fine style by wonderful musicians, you'll be quaffing at a real ale bar and sampling great food. You'll be staying at a proper campsite with well-maintained pitches, hook-ups and hard-standing, real showers and toilets and a place to do your washing up. We don't think there's a lovelier spot to camp.

Wild deer have been at Donington Park for almost a thousand years. The farm is Site of Special Scientific Interest. They’re committed to conserving the natural habitats of the park; a heritage which includes not only the deer but also very rare species of insect life which live in the park’s ancient oak trees.

Donington Park Farmhouse works with Natural England in the preservation of the insect and tree species and are advised by the British Deer Society on the conservation of the red and fallow deer herds.

Donington Park Farmhouse holds a Green Footprints business award 2013. They are environmentally conscious in all that they do and committed to enhancing their green credentials and sustainability.

They grow their own food where they can, and source locally where they can’t. They’re dedicated to their role as stewards of the countryside and the wildlife that surrounds them. And it shows.
We think you'll love it.

Day tickets can be bought on the gate only and are subject to availability. You’re really better to book in advance. We’d hate you to miss out!

Please check availability of tickets and confirm date / start times with the organiser before setting out, as sometimes changes are unavoidable - thank you.

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