Villa Prelato - Fano

Gathering 2023 – Logistics communications

by | Mar 1, 2023 | Associative life, Messages from the Association

Hello, we are almost there!
The staff will be at Villa Prelato starting at 2 pm on Thursday to prepare the welcome and the logistics of the activities. We want to clarify some aspects that may have been overlooked in previous communications.

  1. accommodation in a tent is an option and it is not the only one: so if someone among those who have chosen the tent has misunderstood, there is still time to let us know.
  2. those who sleep in the room should bring sheets, sleeping bags and towels.
  3. it is tradition in our meetings that the participants make themselves available for cooking services (assistance to the team of cooks and/or dishwashing), general cleaning (common areas), assistance with logistics (parking, arranging tents, organization of meeting spaces). You will find a billboard at the welcome desk where you can book your shifts.
  4. cars will be parked at Villa Prelato Alta (follow the directions). Those staying in tents or camper vans can settle in the spaces provided around Villa Prelato Alta (also in this case, follow the directions).

To contribute to the costs of the meeting you will find a box on the same desk which will also be circulated in the canteen areas but you can always contribute from the site by CLICKING HERE

To better organize the shuttle service from the station, those arriving by train must communicate their arrival time in advance on 3396410314 (Fabrizio) or

At this point we hope to no longer clog your mailboxes but do not hesitate to contact us at or on 335 1546798 (Stana) for any doubts, second thoughts or integrations.

The Staff

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