What3Words is a really useful tool which can help you find your way around the site, locate your tent or car and get help in an emergency. The app is totally free to use and can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play.
Download the app before you come to the festival, then make a note of where your tent is and write it on your kids wristband, along with your mobile number, to help us reunite you if you get separated.
This year, to encourage you to explore the wider festival site, we’ve hidden some nighttime animals and mythical creatures around the site for you to find using What3Words… If you’re staying on site through Monday, this is a great activity to do together as a family, but you can take part at any point over the weekend.
The whole walk should take around 1 – 2 hours. All you need to do is enter the What3Words address into the app, and then use it to find the next clue. The first clue is on display next to the Green People van (which can be found at ///giggled.prove.blown).
In all, there are 10 clues and the final clue leads you to a specific creature… If you complete the treasure hunt, share a photo of yourselves in front of the final creature (tag us on social media using #ElderflowerFields or email firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll enter you into a draw to win a family ticket to next year’s festival!