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STANSTED SUMMER JAMBOREE

 

2nd & 3rd July 2022

10.30am - 6pm daily

Join us in our second year of this highly popular family event where the House and Grounds will be thrown open to the public and visitors can enjoy a range of entertainment whilst being immersed in the History of the Estate.

 

Visitors will be treated to a wealth of historic interest and activities with displays that reveal the colourful history of the Estate and the Ponsonby family including the sword that General Sir William Ponsonby used at the Battle of Waterloo.   Outside in the Park, the Waterloo theme will continue with Reenactors from the Napoleonic period showing off their Cavalry and Musketry skills and demonstrating what it was like to live in a military camp on the eve of the battle.

Sporting entertainment over this exciting weekend includes cricket matches featuring the Royal Lancers, I Zingari and Stansted Park’s very own team. 

All of this interspersed with fun activities for the whole family make Stansted Summer Jamboree a must for the locals this summer. For a full list of what's on offer continue reading below.

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With their entry ticket visitors can:

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·         Enjoy the sound of leather against willow with cricket in the iconic setting in front of the Mansion

·         Experience the thrills of battle with an army of reenactors from the Napoleonic Association

·         Foot tap along to live bands and various musicians

·         Discover your wild side with our forest school sessions

·         Test your accuracy at Archery

·         Get competitive in the Hobby Horse race!

·         Channel your creativity and try our hands-on circus skills

·         Learn about the forest operations and get up close to the tractors and machinery

·         Be amazed by Marco the Magician!

·         Pit your wits against your family in traditional Garden Games

​.         Ride the Stansted Park Light Railway

·         Get lost and found in the Stansted Yew Maze

 

Ticketing and prices:

Early Bird (until April)

 

·         Adult Day Ticket : £10

·         Teen Ticket (14 - 16yrs) : £5 (must be accompanied by an adult)

·         Children 13 years and under free with an accompanying adult

·         Weekend Special : £15 per adult

April until the event (online)

·         Adult Day Ticket : £12.50

·         Teen Ticket (14 - 16yrs) : £6 (must be accompanied by an adult)

·         Children 13 years and under free with an accompanying adult

·         Weekend Special : £20 per adult

On the gate

·         Adult Day Ticket : £15

·         Teen Ticket (14 - 16yrs) : £8 (must be accompanied by an adult)

·         Children 13 years and under free with an accompanying adult

·         Weekend Special : £25 per adult

 

Other attractions include:

 

Hot Air Balloon Rides (weather permitting) - charged at £10 per person on the day.

 

The Mansion, with its extensive Edwardian servants' quarters and artefacts of national significance from the Battle of Waterloo. Reduced entry to all Jamboree patrons at £5 per person.

FAQS

 

Q. What is the price of the tickets?
A: Please see above for pricing and ticket information.

 

Q. How are tickets delivered?
A. Secure barcoded e-tickets are delivered immediately by e-mail for you to print at home or just save them to your smartphone/tablet to be scanned on screen. Please enter your e-mail address carefully when booking.

 

Q. Where can I purchase tickets?
A. Tickets are available via our website and on the gate. Tickets will be £15 on the day.

 

Q. What time do the gates open?
A. Free Parking is available from 11am when the gates open.

 

Q. Is parking included in the ticket price? 
A. Yes, there is plenty of free parking, including disabled parking but no over night stay.

 

Q. Is there disabled car parking available? 
A. Yes, the car park / area of the car park nearest to the concert site is reserved for disabled parking. Please simply tell a car park attendant on the day and make sure your Blue Badge is clearly displayed in your windscreen.

 

Q. I am booking my tickets last minute – will they get to me in time? 
A. Yes, but please note that purchasing last minute is strictly subject to availability. E-tickets are sent immediately to your inbox upon purchase, online tickets are available at any time until the event starts. You must have access to your e-mails and be able to print your tickets and bring them with you, or download them to a mobile device for on-screen verification.

 

Q. Can I show my ticket on my smartphone/tablet rather than printing it out?
A. Yes, as long as you are able to fully download and save the ticket to the device, and open it on the screen, the scanners will be able to verify it. Please ensure that you have downloaded the document before you arrive on site, as we cannot guarantee enough coverage to do so once you arrive.

 

Q. Is there food and drink available onsite?
A. Refreshments will be available to purchase from our vendors, including a bar, tea and coffee, and a selection of hot & cold delicious food offerings.

 

Q. Can I bring my own BBQ or camping stove? 
A. Unfortunately due to fire and safety regulations we do not allow this or any naked flames onsite.

 

Q. Can I go back and forth to the car park? 
A. Yes. You will be given a pass-out stamp when you leave to enable you to get back in.

 

Q. Are the house and grounds open to visitors during the day? 
A. Yes. The House will be open to Jamboree attendees only and will be £5 per tour.

 

Q. I am buying tickets under my details but intend to give them to somebody as a gift – will this be ok? 
A. Yes! This is no problem, but please note that your name will appear on the tickets.

Q. Can I bring my dog to the event?

A. Yes, well behaved dogs on leads are welcome. Dogs must stay with their owners at all times and litter must be disposed of immediately.

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