ESPRESSO COFFEE STOP
The Espresso Coffee Stop is a one stop coffee shop, for customers that want the perfect coffee experience. We pride ourselves on good customer satisfaction and would like to think, that we are giving the best service possible. The appearance and cleanliness of the Espresso mobile coffee van, is paramount to our business and we are always looking at ways to improve the business. We are also proud of our professional baristas, who are just as important as the high quality of coffee, tea and snacks that we serve. Whether you enjoy a cup of tea, a flat white or just your regular Americano. Why not have it made with freshly roasted coffee beans, ground to order by your own professional, friendly baristas. You’ll feel like you’ve just stepped into your local coffee shop without having to go anywhere!
FAT FRANKS CAMPING SHOP
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This year Fat Franks campsite shop situated in the Midgard campsite, will be on site to cater for your every camping need, offering everything you could possibly want for a great weekend of camping. You can use our free and easy click & collect service to purchase everything you need before you get to the festival and simply collect on site. No worries about having to fill your car or backpack in advance. Get yourself kitted out for Bloodstock at fatfrankscampingshop.com We also offer a fantastic airbed inflation service, saving you time and effort bring us your airbed and we will inflate them for £2 each whilst you wait. See you all at Bloodstock & happy camping.
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'Patch Amnesty is a charity fundraising project set up in April 2019 by Michael Lacy Having had left over patches from my own project, I decided to ask around to see if other people had spare patches and if they would be willing to donate them for me to then sell them at music festivals/events to raise money and awareness for Mental Health charities. Less than 12 months on I have had patches donated from all over the world and have raised over £6000 for charity I openly suffer with my mental health and I believe raising awareness is as equally as important as raising funds and I hope that Patch Amnesty can become, at the very least, a presence at music festivals / events that let's people know they are not alone and its ok to not be OK. Come along and buy patches, donate patches or just have a chat. All funds raised from the sale of the patches at Bloodstock this year will be donated to Mind.org.uk https://www.facebook.com/PatchAmnesty/ http://instagram.com/patch_amnesty www.patchamnesty.co.uk