|Planning your visit
Driving to the Festival
- The day-time stages and children's
activities are free but if you want to make the most of the festival
look at the ticketed events in the church and village hall and buy
tickets in advance.
- There will be a range of excellent
food and drink available at the festival and from the local pub.
- If the weather looks changeable then
do bring appropriate clothing and footwear.
compliment us on our friendly village atmosphere. We are very
grateful for the support the village gives us and without which the
festival would not be possible. We do want you to enjoy
yourselves, but please act considerately to residents,
especially when parking and if you are outside late into the evening.
Getting to the Festival by foot/public transport
- To get driving directions please see
The postcode of the village is BA2 9EE, but parking is
available close by (postcode BA2 9EH).
- Please drive carefully through the
village, which will be full of people enjoying the festival.
- Follow directions for Parking (£4 per
car - free before 11am). Parking is in a field so if the
weather is wet do bring suitable footwear.
- Camping/overnight stay in the Festival Car Park is NOT permitted, but nearby camping can be arranged with a local farmer (please
- The Village Green will be populated with stalls and
people and is a No Parking Zone. Please use the car park. Thank you.
- Please do not park in any
coned-off areas in order to ensure an orderly flow of traffic through
the village and to keep access for emergency vehicles free.
- If you live locally, then why not walk to the
festival (about 2 miles from Timsbury).
- Alternatively, you can catch the 179 to Tunley.
- Note the 768
service to Priston no longer runs at the weekend.
- If the 179 bus is dropping you off at Tunley ask to
dropped off at the Longhouses bus stop and walk down the lane to
Priston (1 mile including steep hill) - but do take care of the
traffic. Alternatively, you
can be dropped off at the King William bus stop and walk across the
fields to Priston (0.8 mile) - note the paths can be muddy after rain.
- Priston welcomes disabled visitors, in line with its Equal
Church and Village Hall have provision for wheelchair access and there
are toilet facilities suitable for use by disabled visitors.
of the rest of the site is level and surfaced with tarmac. There is
also specific provision for nearby parking for disabled drivers (but
our small site means that spaces are limited, and provided on
a first come
first served basis), and for dropping off disabled passengers near to
the Festival area.
- If you require special assistance please
make this known to any Steward or Security staff on arrival.
you have specific concerns or requirements please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
in advance of your visit.
- There is no camping at the festival
itself but nearby camping can be arranged with a local farmer (please