YOU'VE got your glowsticks and you already know which pair of wellies you'll be wearing but what should you avoid packing for Creamfields this year?

The festival takes place during this weekend's August bank holiday in Daresbury and organisers have revealed a long list of items banned from the site.

And while some of them won't surprise you (we're guessing it never even crossed your mind to pack a blowtorch) there's a few here that might catch you out.

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Here's the list in full:

Items banned from the campsite and event arena

  • Aerosols including deodorant

  • Air horns

  • Blowtorches

  • Campfires

  • Chinese lanterns

  • Firearms

  • Gas canisters

  • Glass – this includes perfume and aftershave bottles (make up compact mirrors are okay)

  • Hammers (wooden or plastic camping mallets allowed at discretion of security)

  • Illegal substances (drugs)

  • Laser pens

  • Masks

  • Nitrous oxide

  • Professional audio/visual recording equipment

  • Projectiles

  • New Psychoactive Substances (NPS previously known as legal highs)

  • Smoke bombs

  • Sound system (including portable speakers)

  • Drones

  • Large or golf umbrellas

Items allowed in the campsite but not in the event arena:

  • Alcohol (1x24 can/plastic crate of beer/cider and 1 litre of spirit or wine in plastic bottle per person)

  • Cans

  • Cooking stoves

  • Disposable barbecues

  • Food and soft drinks (for campers only)