Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bring my dog along?

We do not discourage people bringing their dogs to the day part of the Festival however it is important to note:

  • there will be large numbers attending
  • the starters pistol for our track events is very loud

All owners must keep their dog on a short lead and under control at all time. You are responsible for picking up your dog’s mess so please bring your own bags.

Do you offer discounted tickets?

Yes, our Festival Pass can be bought online – this ticket allows discounted access to the full day of events and the evening entertainment.  Please note: this ticket is for over 18s only.

There are no discounted tickets available to purchase at the gates.

Are there any trade and catering pitches available?

Yes, we have opportunities for up to 40 traders and caterers. Please enquire via our Contact page for an application form.

What kind of food is available on the day?

The Sruighlea Festival selects artisan style food and drink vendors serving Scottish produce at the highest standard.

Is there on site parking?

There is limited parking for games visitors right next to the games site but the drop off / pick up point allows you to safetly drop off or pick up passangers and then find a parking space nearby.

We encourage parking at the nearby Park & Ride in Springkerse (5min walk) or at Forthside parking next to the cinema (10min walk).

Where park safetly and where possible car share or use public transport.

Where is the nearest ATM/Cash Machine?

The nearest ATM is at Morrisons superstore next to the Park & Ride in Springkerse (5min walk).

Who are the Sruighlea Festival?

The Sruighlea Festival is a community event, run by a social enterprise as a fundraising mechanism to support its wider social remit of providing employability training programmes for young people.