TOILETS AND SHOWERS
We have various accessible toilets located around the festival site. For locations see the map in the program and the Essential Guide to Shambala sent to all ticket buyers 10 days in advance of the event. Not all units have a tap located nearby so it is a good idea to bring hand sanitiser in case.
All accessible units will be locked with RADAR padlocks, so please bring a RADAR key with you. If you need to borrow one, please contact the accessibility team in advance. We lend keys for the weekend with a deposit, however we only have a limited number so please reserve one in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
There is an accessible shower in the ACA.
LARGE PRINT MAPS AND TIMETABLE
We have large print versions of the site map and timetable available at the ACA and the Info Point.
We have a BSL interpreter available on call during the festival. Let us know in advance by emailing email@example.com if you require this service. We will also have some signed performances.
We are aware that many people have to take prescription medication that needs to be kept chilled and secure. We supply a medical fridge and safe storage in the Medical Tent. You will need to have your medication in a sealed container with your name clearly labelled on it and you will be asked to sign it in and out.
Even if you do not need to use our storage facilities, if you have any serious health issues or have brought medical equipment with you, please come to visit us and the medical crew so that we are aware of where you are camped and how we can help you should the need arise.
ACCESSIBILITY AID RECHARGING
There is a recharge tent in the ACA for wheelchairs and all other accessibility and medical aids. You do not have to be camped in the ACA to use this facility, just come to visit the Accessibility Team in the ACA and we will give you and your PA a wristband so that you can come in whenever you need to.