Promise of vintage campervans and family fun at Dubs at the Hall in Holt

Ed Ewing from Blakeney-based hire company Groovy Campers at last year's Dubs at the Hall festival. Ed Ewing from Blakeney-based hire company Groovy Campers at last year's Dubs at the Hall festival.

Friday, June 20, 2014
8:00 AM

A zombie experience, climbing wall, live music and vintage Volkswagen campervans will be some of the attractions at the upcoming Dubs at the Hall weekend.

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Sarah Grout from Long Stratton at a previous Dubs at the Hall event. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLYSarah Grout from Long Stratton at a previous Dubs at the Hall event. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

The family-friendly event will be happening on the grounds of Holt Hall between Friday July 4-Sunday July 6.

Now in its fourth year, the weekend attracts thousands of people from across Britain and is fast becoming a well-respected campervan enthusiasts’ event.

Organiser Stacy Robins, from Pilling Park Road in Norwich, said: “Dubs at the Hall is getting bigger and stronger and more well-known. It has a family friendly relaxed atmosphere and has something for all ages. You can lay back and enjoy the bands and children can play safely. It has a happy environment. We do have a wide audience.”

He has been supported by four friends, who are all fans of Volkswagen campervans and come from Norwich, Lowestoft and Holt.

It will be held from noon until 11pm on Friday; between 10am-11pm on Saturday; and 10am-4pm on Sunday.

People can camp over the weekend or just visit for the day.

Music will be played on the main stage from 10am-11pm each day.

Headline acts include Greendate, The Shout and The Robin Pierce Band.

Other musicians include Ultra Ego, Bill Downs, Walkway, Under The Radar, O.V.N, Vision Tech Beats, Rivers, Throb, Wicked Faith, The Changelings, The Naked Lights, The Ploy and Ziggy.

Young musicians from the Access to Music course in Norwich will play on the acoustic stage.

A little dubbers area for children will include arts and crafts a climbing wall and Razz the Clown.

Vintage campervans pre-1969 will be on show in front of the hall.

Camping tickets cost £25 for adults and £10 for children aged over five. They must be bought beforehand.

Day tickets, which can be bought at the entrance, cost £10 for adults and £5 for children aged over five. Youngsters under five go for free.

Visit http://dubsatthehall.co.uk

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