JAMINAROUND 2018 (part 2)


But don't fret! There are plenty of tickets left to buy on the door at £25. See you there!

Online tickets are in the form of a code. If you bring the reservation code that you received when you booked the ticket, the same code will be on the door next to your name or the name of the person that booked your ticket.

The site will be open from 5.00pm, although the music does not start until 6.00pm. The event will finish by 12pm.

Children and minors: The event is not aimed at young children. There is no concession rate ticket, but children are more than welcome. How much your children of whatever age will enjoy the event is your call. If you are thinking to come and bring very young children, under 10's do not need to pay but must obviously be accompanied by their parents and this must be arranged by email in advance.

The Ancient Technology Centre is used on a daily basis by school groups and the organisers of Jaminaround kindly ask that you respect the site by leaving it as you found it. Recycling bins will be provided. No rubbish must be left on the grass - especially cigarette butts. There are toilets on site and there will be a drinking water hose to fill up water bottles. No cooking facilities.


Food and Drinks
Delicious, freshly cooked food (with vegetarian and carnivorous options), a range of hot and cold drinks will be available to purchase at reasonable prices.

The centre is situated in a small rural village so be advised that there is nothing in the way of shops to buy food after 6pm. There are two village pubs which serve food until around 11pm.


This is a cash only event. There are also no cashpoints in the village, although it may be possible to get cashback in the local pubs. Nearest will be the town of Verwood. We advise to arrive with cash in your wallet if you want to buy food or drinks. 


Although Jaminaround has never been advertised as a camping festival, the Ancient Technology Centre have in the past kindly allowed us to offer people traveling to the event from afar to pitch tents for the night. However, space is very limited. This is an informal arrangement by request on a first come, first served basis. Email jam_in_a_round@yahoo.co.uk

There is also limited space for Campervans in the car park at the top of the track on entrance but again, only if prior consent has already been granted by email.

These campsites are all within 5 miles of Cranborne.


There are also a few B&Bs in the village

La Fosse | B&B and Restaurant in Cranborne, Dorset

The Earthouse is situated at The Ancient Technology Centre, Cranborne, Dorset, which is not particularly well served by public transport.

Travel by car;

Ancient Technology Centre map link.

Car parking in the school car park, additional parking on the road approaching the school.

Travel by minibus;

There is a private Jaminaround minibus which will depart from a location in London (TBC), around midday on Saturday, travelling direct to the site and returning on Sunday and arriving around 4pm back in London. Tickets for the minibus available from the ticket page, arrangements thereafter are made via email.

Travel by coach;

National express have a service from London Victoria which stops at Ringwood (10 Miles from site) on the way to Bournemouth and Poole.

Travel by train;

The nearest train stop is Salisbury (15 miles from the site), which has regular direct services from London Waterloo, Southampton, Exeter St Davids and Bristol Temple Meads. Arrangements to get to the site from the train station will have to be made independently.

Local Taxi services are available but it is advisable to organise this in advance.

Taxi numbers;




Mobile phones

Please note, mobile phone signal is very limited in the village. You may not get a signal for the whole time! Our advice is, don't try and embrace the ancient technology vibrations.


For more info, visit www.jaminaround.com

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