FAQs

What are the timings of Film on a Farm?
Gates open at 7pm for you to enjoy our catering facilities and choose your favourite spot before the film starts at approximately 9pm, depending on the timing of sunset. After the film there will be an opportunity to have a drink at the bar before making your way home.
Is the Box Office open 24hrs a day?
No I’m afraid not, but it is open Monday – Friday from 9am to 7pm and on Saturdays from 9am to 5pm – 0333 666 3366. If you have any general queries outside of those hours then please email info@filmonafarm.co.uk or to buy tickets online please click here
Will food be available at Film on a Farm?
Yes. We are working with some fantastic local food and drink suppliers catering for all your cinema needs including a locally sourced free range hog roast and BBQ, Tyrrell’s Poshcorn, Jude’s Ice Cream and a fully stocked bar from the Tipsy Goose.  THERE IS A STRICT NO GLASS POLICY on all sites due to sites being working farms with livestock.
Can I bring children to Film on a Farm?
Yes, but do be aware that the films will commence screening at dusk, between approximately 8.30 and 9.30pm, depending on sunset. Please adhere to the film age rating and anyone aged 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult. We encourage you to get the babysitter and taxi booked and settle in for the evening!
Where will we be sitting at Film on a Farm?
The audience will be sat on spacious grass fields, ensuring everyone gets the best view in the house and a full Film on a Farm experience.
Is there lots of parking at Film on a Farm?
Lots and lots, the parking is in a field next to the screen and free for Film on a Farm ticket holders.
Can I bring chairs to sit on?
We have VIP deckchair seating which, in our opinion, is the best place to enjoy Film on a Farm. You have to be quick though as these are limited.  Another great way to enjoy Film on a Farm is to bring a good rug, blanket or bean bag for comfort.  If you do bring camping chairs we ask you to be mindful of those sitting around you and keep towards the edges of the seating area.
Will there be a cash point or card machine?
Unfortunately due to the rural location of the farms, all transactions on site will be cash only, please do come prepared.
What happens if it rains?
The screenings will be outdoors, we can’t depend on the great British weather but at Film on a Farm the show must go on. Please bring your most practical clothes to keep you warm and dry.
Is there disabled access?
Due to the sites being on grass fields, access may be limited. We do ask Film on a Farm guests with restricted mobility to please be accompanied during their visit.
Can I bring pets?
Unfortunately not I’m afraid. Film on a Farm takes place in grass fields used for grazing livestock, so in the interest of animal welfare, please leave them behind. We do of course allow registered guide dogs for those that require them.
Will there be sanitary facilities on site?
Yes. There will be plenty of WC facilities for ladies and gents. We also have disabled WC facilities available at Film on a Farm.
Is there a charity element to Film on a Farm?
Film on a Farm are proud to support the Scouts. Scouts is a wonderful organisation that encourages children and young adults to reach their full potential and experience the great outdoors. The local Scout group will be present at each event and Film on a Farm will be raising funds to support the work they do.
What is our Cancellation Policy?
Unfortunately we are unable to offer a refund if the event needs to be cancelled for any reason. Instead, we will offer a voucher for another screening of your choice, providing you contact us at info@filmonafarm.co.uk with your booking reference and within 10 working days of the original screening date.

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us at info@filmonafarm.co.uk.