Bookings are now being taken for this year’s Mersea Island Festival.
In the coming days we’ll be contacting directly previous visitors and those who’ve expressed an interested, but here are all the details you need to book.
Click HERE to download this year’s flyer.
If you haven’t attended previously, and have any questions, please use our contact form HERE.
Dates for 2024 are:
Week: Sunday 18th (eve) to Friday 23rd August (pm)
Prices: Adult £318.00 / Under 18’s £285.00
Weekend: Friday 23rd (eve) to Monday 26th August (pm)
Prices: Adult £193.00 / Under 18’s £171.00
Places are available for day visitors on the Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday of the Festival. Activities start at 10am. Day Visitors can take part in all the activities (with the exception of crabbing, pitch and putt, and fishing) and the evening entertainment.
Prices: £38.50 per person per day. Meals (lunch and dinner) are available at an additional cost of £11.00.
Unfortunately the Festival is not able to provide free or discounted places for supporters. As an inclusive event, for those with and without a disability, the price is the same for all and everyone can get involved in the Festival programme.
THEMED PARTY NIGHTS
Our theme for 2024 is ‘Myths & Legends’. Who will you be at the fancy dress party on the last night of each camp.
And on the Tuesday and Friday nights it’s our colour party. This year it’s ‘GREEN’.
On confirmation of your booking we’ll send you a kit list. You can also download it here: MIF24 Kit List
FIRST AID AND MEDICATION SUPPORT
The Festival makes sure that there are qualified first aiders on site to help anyone who might need some urgent treatment after an injury. For any medical assistance beyond that we can provide details of the nearest pharmacist, medical practice or hospital.
Please note that the volunteer staff team cannot supply individual, one to one personal care e.g. toileting, showering or skin cream applications. We also cannot guarantee support for individuals with the taking of medication. Where someone is attending with support, it is expected that assistance with taking medication will be given by that person.