Stay with Camplight to improve your Sunflowerfest experience and help to reduce campsite waste. Pre-pitched tents start at as little as £30 and when you arrive your tent will be set up and waiting for you. Plus, when it's all over no pressure to pack down and take it all home, just leave all the camp equipment behind with the peace of mind that it will not go to waste.

Simply put, Camplight rents out the standard camp equipment set up, ready and waiting for you when you arrive. The campsite is conveniently fitted out with communal washing lines and recycling/rubbish collection points made from old tent poles.

You and your friends can also arrange to be part of a group so that your hired tents are set up next to each other and for a small fee you can even keep a spot for friends who want to bring their own tent to camp beside you in Camplight's dedicated area!

Camplight started as a small venture collecting tents that were left behind at festivals, repaired them and then made them available to rent along with air beds, camping chairs and a few other assorted camping accessories.

It's a green initiative that started in 2012 and aims to repurpose the thousands of tents and camping equipment that get left behind at festivals every year. Our festival theme this year is 'One Earth' with a focus on reducing waste and sustainability so Camplight is the perfect partner.

Intrigued? Just select the Camplight options that you want to hire at the same time you select your festival ticket on our tickets page and Camplight will get you all sorted out!

Please note: Festival tickets are not included in your accommodation price and you must have a Weekend Camping ticket to purchase Camplight tents. Prices exclude booking fees. Images are representative of the structures but there may be slight variations to the structures, internal content and colours.

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