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Organisers of the upcoming Medicine Festival at Wasing Estate have announced changes to the event in an attempt to reduce its impact on the lives of nearby residents.

Speaking at the July Aldermaston Parish Council meeting, Medicine’s general manager stated that the festival has re-configured its stage layout to reduce noise levels.

They also announced that more AA signs will be put in place to improve traffic systems, the what3words app will be used to direct punters to the site, and the festival will have a dedicated event controller manning a community hotline number (07376 715654).

Medicine Festival, credit: Jethro Tanner
Medicine Festival, credit: Jethro Tanner

The event will finish on Sunday rather than Monday as it did in 2021, and the music stages will finish at midnight on Thursday and Sunday, at 2am on Friday and 3am on Sunday.

The four-day event, which seeks to “inspire and ignite a deeper understanding of how we can tread lightly, and live harmoniously as we support each other in the creation of the world we want to see – an equitable and thriving world”, takes place from Thursday, August 18, to Sunday, August 21.



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