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Furcation 2019

Furcation is a furry convention that takes place [1] at the Sandy Glade Holiday park in Brean Sands, Somerset, UK.[1] Described as "Pontins/Butlins for Furries!",[2] Furcation offers accommodation in chalets and caravans that can cater from 1-6 people with various different luxury options.

Furcation has been pitched as an event for those seeking an alternative to the convention format and for those who are looking for a cheaper and more relaxing event to attend.


Furcation 2016


Tickets for Furcation 2016 started from £47.00 rising to £159.00 depending on the chalet option chosen and number of people sharing. Furcation 2016 also offered an attendance only ticket which gave unlimited access to the event for £20 for the entire weekend.


Furcation was originally scheduled to take place over September 11-14, 2015,[3] at Warrens Holiday Village in Clevedon, North Somerset, England.[3] Due to difficulties with the planned venue, the convention was cancelled for 2015 with the staff expressing the hope to put together an event for 2016.[4]

Furcation 2016 took place over the weekend of October 14-17 2016 at the John Fowler Combe Martin Beach holiday park in Combe Martin. The event attracted 90 registered attendees [5] of which, 48 opted to Sponsor. The event raised £530 for their nominated charity, Secret World [6]. The event has received good reviews from both attendees and the venues own staff who have liked the relaxed nature of Furcation and it's balance between events and social time.


Noting a rise in the number of start-up conventions in the UK,[2] the Furcation organisers wished to step as far away as possible from traditional furry conventions. Hence, instead of being based in a hotel, Furcation looked towards the exclusive use of a holiday camp for the duration of the event.

For 2016, Furcation was based at the Combe Martin Beach Holiday Park in North Devon owned by John Fowler Holidays.


The staff of Furcation 2016 were:[2]


Furcation 2017

Furcation 2017 took place over the weekend of October 13-16,[7] again at the Combe Martin Beach Holiday Park in North Devon.[7]

The theme of the event was "The Pirates of Combe Martin".[7] £2,017 was raised for charity.[8]


Furcation 2017 attracted 213 attendees (an increase of 121 attendees -- or over 76% -- versus 2016) [9]


The staff of Furcation 2017 were:[7]

  • IMrBlueFox: Lighting Operator & Web Developer
  • Jasper Foxx: Furcation Chairman
  • Dodger Husky: Events Manager & DJ
  • Janner: Head of FurcOps
  • Anthropuppy: Vice Chairman & Rigger Assistant
  • Geo Panda: Head of Security
  • Feyyore Dirkear: Head Medic
  • Kosey (Bunny Rah): Head of Rigger Team
  • Vatra: SIA Security Operative
  • BadBoyBunny: SIA Security Operative
  • LupoWuff: Assistant Events Manager
  • Scruff: Head of Photography & Videography
  • Luke Mortora: Registration Team Lead and Media
  • Sayre Foxx: Fursuit Events Coordinator
  • Medosai: PR/Social Media & Media department manager
  • Parsonsda: 3d Modeller - Media Department
  • Poker Fox: Resident Artist - Media Department
  • Zenny Wolf: SIA Security Operative
  • BrandyTheWuff: Assistant Photographer
  • Rwylin Sheppard: Events Steward
  • Little Moo: Resident Artist - Media Department
  • Flux: Videographer
  • Malta Chevron: Events Steward


Furcation 2018 took place between the 12th to the 14th October, with 341 confirmed attendees (a 181% increase compared to 2017). The registration opening broke all of Furcation's previous records, with all accommodation being filled within 48 hours.

For the 2018 convention year, Furcation moved to the Sandaway Beach Holiday Park, Combe Martin, Devon, due to outgrowing the Combe Martin Beach park.

The theme was "Paw And Order: Here Comes The Fuzz".

Furcation raised £1677.20 [10] for their charity, Pete's Dragons.


The staff of Furcation 2018 were:[2]


Furcation 2019 was announced during the 2018 closing ceremony. A teaser reel was released shortly after Furcation 2018 ended.

The convention was held from 8-11 November 2019 at John Fowler's flagship park, the Sandy Glade Holiday Park in Brean, near Burnham-On-Sea; its theme was "FCTV Live - Saturday Morning TV".[11]

The registration process was split for the 2019 convention year. Pre-registration was opened on May 13th, 2019[12] and allowed attendees to register and organise room-shares. Full registration opened on July 26th, 2019[13], and enabled the options to book rooms and pay.

The convention had 592 attendees[14] and raised £8,525.33 for Ferne Animal Sanctuary[15].



Furcation 2020 was moved online in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, with the dates retained, while theme and charity have been rolled over to 2021[17]. The digital convention reused the 2019 theme and charity as a result of this[18].

The event was originally due to take place from 6th - 9th November 2020 with a theme of "Rawring '20s"[19].


Furcation 2021 was held online due to the then-ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The usual dates were retained, with a theme of "Pool Party".


Furcation 2022 took place November 11-14 2022 at the Sandy Glade Holiday Park in Brean.[20] The theme was "Rawring Twenties". The convention had 592 attendees, with 257 sponsors.


Furcation 2023 had a theme of "Space: The Final Fur-Rontier". The con was held during November 17th - 20th 2023 at Sandy Glade Holiday Park in Brean.[21] There were 674 attendees.


Furcation 2024 will have a theme of "Tails of Terror". The con will be held during November 22 - 25th 2024 at Parkdean Resorts Sandford Holiday Park, Poole, Dorset.[22]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Tweet on the Furcation account on Twitter. Dated March 1, 2016. Retrieved March 3, 2016.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 About page on the Furcation website. Retrieved February 21, 2015.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Furcation website. Retrieved February 21, 2015.
  4. Furcation 2015 cancelled/postponed, undated announcement by Jasper Foxx, retrieved June 28, 2015
  5. Tweet on the Furcation account on Twitter. Dated Sep 6, 2016. Retrieved Sep 6, 2016.
  6. Tweet on the Furcation account on Twitter. Dated Oct 17, 2016. Retrieved Oct 17, 2016.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 Furcation 2017 website. Retrieved February 4, 2017.
  8. Tweet on the Furcation account on Twitter. Dated Oct 19, 2017. Retrieved Dec 15, 2017
  9. Tweet on the Furcation Twitter feed. Dated 4 Sep 2017, retrieved 20 Jun 2018.
  10. Announcement of 2018 charity total], 17 Oct 2018, retrieved 29 Mar 2019
  11. About Furcation - Furcation 2019. Retrieved 31 March 2019.
  12. Tweet, "And in 3.. 2.. 1.. we're going live". Retrieved 23 June 2019.
  13. Tweet, "IMPORTANT NEWS". Retrieved 22 July 2019
  14. https://twitter.com/Furcationevent/status/1174055182428180485
  15. https://twitter.com/Furcationevent/status/1194306516364513281
  16. https://2019.furcation.org.uk/staffof2019
  17. https://twitter.com/Furcationevent/status/1276213820281651201
  18. https://2020.furcation.org.uk/importantcovid19
  19. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Bmcspxy5y4
  20. https://www.furcation.org.uk/
  21. FurcLive on Twitter, posted November 15, 2022.
  22. FurcLive on Twitter, posted November 19, 2023.

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