Staying Hydrated

Warm weather, long days out on the festival site and an increase in physical activity (walking and dancing) can result in dehydration.  To reduce this risk and enjoy the festival follow our hydration tips:

  • Know the signs of dehydration – headache, nausea, dizziness, dark yellow or brown urine

  • Quench your thirst with water or juice before drinking alcohol and between alcoholic drinks 

  • Be aware of the water points around the festival site and use a refillable bottle – keep it topped up

  • Regular sips of water are better than one large volume

  • Keep water in your tent so you can drink it before going to sleep and when you wake up


Festival Medical Services

Unit 1 & 2 Wayside Farm,
Shepton Mallet,
Somerset, BA4 6QW

Registered UK Charity 1124695. Registered Incorporated Company No: 6265957. FMS is regulated by the CQC for Ambulance and Imaging activity. FMS is a registered training centre with QualSafe Awards: Registration No: 0905521 

Awarded the Queens Award for Voluntary Service. June 2020

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