[Note - This article was written by Widds in 2002]
It's 15 years since I first packed a tent and went to spend the weekend in an Oxfordshire cowfield. That's longer than some, but I know that many have been making the annual pilgrimage for far longer - some right back to 1979 and the first festival proper. Some might even claim to have been there before that!
The festival has grown enormously since I first clapped eyes on the event, but while the numbers have more or less doubled, the facilities for campers haven't changed very much at all. Basically, you get a plot of land for your tent, an area to park your vehicle next to the tent, some leaflets about safety, and a bin bag to take your rubbish home in.
And that's it.
So, what can you expect on a camping trip to Cropredy?