We could not ask for a better gift on 6 December! The number of registered Collection Centres and volunteers every yea leaves us speechless! Thank you!
Peace Patrol at Woodstock Festival Poland
You might be sick and tired of our banging on about health and safety at the festival, but we won't be put off repeating it! Even though we, as the event organizers, take up all the steps and precautions necessary to ensure your safety a lot depends on your choices and behaviour. You can play your part in making the festival a safe place for everyone! A good way to start is to look out for others and not forget some basic rules even when you are enjoying yourself!
Please, make sure to read and follow the Rules and Regulations of the festival grounds to get an idea of what is allowed and what is forbidden during the festival. We also encourage you to browse through our Woodstock Festival Poland practical information pages, because we guarantee that you will find a treasure trove of valuable tips and advice there. From a handy packing list to opening times of our festival supermarket - we got you covered! One of the most popular features on our info pages are Woodstock Festival Poland maps, offering detailed guidelines on getting to the festival site and helping you find your way through the massive grounds of the festival.
The smiling happy people in the photo above are our festival stewards and members of the Peace Patrol. For the duration of the festival, they work as volunteers to make sure you can enjoy your time at the festival. If you have any questions or concerns or need medical attention, feel free to seek them out. They will be easily recognizable by their bright red t-shirts. If you need urgent medical help you will get it from the members of Medical Patrol - they are all qualified medics, working at the first aid points located on the grounds of the festival as well as in a huge field hospital. The 300 square meter facility is professionally equipped and staffed.
Research shows that prematurely born babies struggle to breathe, so non-invasive methods of support, which are safe to use on vulnerable babies, are vital in providing care and treatment.
The Jury of the 17th edition of the “Świat przyjazny dziecku” [Eng. “A child-friendly world”] contest, organised by the Committee for the Protection of Children's Rights, granted the first award to the “First Aid” board game.