Visiting: Yeovil

The festival is FREE to attend. The festival is spread over a level area in the town centre.

The postcode for the centre of the festival is BA20 1EY

 

Venues

There is a large street market on King George Street, High Street, Silver Street and Middle Street and entertainment in the churchyard

Coaches

Visiting by coach is super easy! Just follow the signs for the Yeovil Bus Station, Central Road, Yeovil, BA20 1JL to drop off and it's a level walk from the coach stop to the festival. 

Buses

We know that the car parks get very busy so if there is a bus service near you we would advise trying it. You can plan your journey here

 

Visitor Charter

We have listened to the feedback from our visitors and developed our Visitor Charter - this is what we are commmitting to deliver for you. 

Car parking

There is a map link to the nearest car parks here

Train & National Express

Yeovil has excellent rail connections and has two stations. One is 20 minutes and the other 40 minutes walk from the festival site.

National Express has many cross country coaches stopping here including services from London, Sheffield, Birmingham, Plymouth, Bristol and Exeter. 

* There is no age restriction on attending

* All our venues are fully accessible & there is level access throughout the site

* There is no mud

* We provide lots of seating

* Dogs are welcome

* If you want to bring a picnic, no problem

* Do check the weather and wear suitable sun factor protection (or waterproofs!)

 

Walking & Cycling

Getting to the festival on foot or by bike. Yeovil is on a national cycle route with great cycle lanes going into the town centre. 

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