Access Statement

INTRODUCTION

This is a free food and drink festival based in Yeovil town centre. Its aim is to showcase primary producers from within 25 miles. There are over 40 stalls and entertainment at this one-day festival.

 

The Post Code for the centre of the festival site is BA20 1LE

PRE ARRIVAL AND PARKING MAP

The map here shows the general location within the town. For information on travel and transport, please see our travel advice page

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

The festival site is approximately 1 mile from Yeovil Pen Mill railway station and will take approximately 20 minutes to walk. Yeovil has a second train station, Yeovil junction. This is approx 2 miles from the festival and around a 40 minute walk. The terrain is flat with dropped kerbs throughout.

There is also a local taxi service run 00 Taxis who have accessible vehciles. They can be contacted on 01935 70 00 00.

CAR PARKS

The nearest car park is the Quedam Shopping Centre, which is approximately 100m from the festival site BA20 1JQ

NOTE:-  There are no consessions for blue badge holders  

SITE ENTRY

Entry to the site is free and all on level ground.

Roads are laid to tarmac

The pavements have wide flag stones and are level.

Stalls

The majority of stalls are canvas gazebos with counters at table height (75cms) and producers will be happy to serve from the front of the stall.

PUBLIC TOILETS

There are public toilets in the Peter Street car park. There are also many cafes, bars and restaurants around the festival that allow access during the festival.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

·       Assisted dogs are welcome and water is provided.

 

Contacts:-

·       First Great Western: 0800 197 1329 or using type talk on 18001 0800 197 1329 

·       Castle Cary Taxis: 01935 70 00 00

·       Local Buses: SW coaches and First Bus  Check routes here

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Portishead + Minehead + Honiton

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07771 665445

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