Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of accommodation is available?
You may bring tents, caravans or camper vans. No accommodation is provided. You will be allocated a space within your church group. Your church coordinator will contact you directly with regard to positioning and safety matters.
Is electricity supplied?
We do not supply electricity to individuals. Electricity points will be made available for a central church catering marquee if your church is planning to set one up.
Is there any hotel accommodation?
There is no hotel accommodation on-site, you will need to make your own arrangements off-site and travel in each day.
What are the arrangements for food?
Most people will self cater, although a number of churches organise group catering.
Can I buy food on-site?
There will be a limited menu at the coffee shop (toasties and cakes).
Will there be a free BBQ this year (Fusion Street)?
No, this year we will have Fusion Village (but still no BBQ)
Can I bring a bike/skateboard/Segway/electric scooter?
Sadly, no. (Only emergency, mobility or site vehicles are permitted on site).
Will I be able to charge my Mobility scooter on site?
Yes, there will be charging facilities for this.
Will there be a bookshop?
Yes, St Andrews will be there and they take cards too.
Will there be a coffee shop?
Are there concessions available?
Sadly only for students. The only other exception is where a delegate is wheelchair bound and needs a carer with them. The carer may request a free place by contacting us using the email address on the website.
Can I pay by instalments?
We have not been able to make this arrangement with Eventbrite but where making the payment in one go will cause hardship might we suggest that delegates speak with their church leaders regarding support. Fusion are not able to offer this.
When does the event end?
Our last meeting is on the morning of Tuesday 26th May 2020 (ends lunchtime).
Will it rain?
Best to check BBC weather the week before the event starts.
Is there a creche?
There is a self-serve creche facility open during the main meeting times.
What time can I arrive on set up day?
Anytime from 1pm on Saturday 23rd May 2020.
Can group co-ordinators come to set up early?
Yes, from Friday 22nd May. This is for advance parties setting up marquees or where churches are sending in a team to pitch all the campers tents only. It doesn’t mean that church Coordinators can arrive early to set up their own tent/caravan.
I’m disabled and can’t walk long distances. Will I be able to keep my car on site and park near the arena?
Please contact us using the email address on the website and we will do our best to support you.
I would like to make the most of my journey. Can I arrive early or leave late so extend my time on site?
I am afraid that this is not possible, although there may well be other camp sites nearby where you could book in for the additional nights.
What do you do with my data?
The GDPR policy is available here.
Can we bring barbecues and fire pits?
We have to say no to open barbecues and fire pits. The risk of a fire on the campsite is far too great. Gas barbecues are permitted.
Will I be able to bring my car on to site?
Only a small number of official cars will be allowed on site. Vehicles will be allowed on site for set periods to allow delegates to unload and load tents etc. Outside these periods vehicles must be in a designated car park.
Can I invite people on to site for a meeting?
Yes you can but all visitors will need to pay the day delegate rate and must be off site by 23.00.