Festival Address: Denny Lane, Chew Magna, Bristol, BS40 8SZ
Valley Fest takes place on an organic farm and we strive to be as green as possible – we’d love you to do the same! Car parking passes are £15 but please consider coming via bike, shuttle bus on Sunday or lift share. You can contact other festival goers on our Facebook page
Our postcode is BS40 8SZ. If you search for the postcode on the internet or your sat nav, please bear in mind the exact location of the farm is slightly different to the postcode location. There is a road closure and one-way system in force on Denny Lane. We advise people to arrive from the Chew Valley Lake side of Denny Lane (Walley Lane, via Bishop Sutton), as there will be a strict one-way policy for entering and leaving the car park.
By car: Taking the A37 From Bristol towards Wells. At Chelwood roundabout turn right onto A368 towards Bishop Sutton. Before you reach Bishop Sutton turn right onto Bonhill Road, heading towards Chew Valley Lake. Follow Bonhill Road around the bend then take the next left onto Walley Lane. Then turn right onto the private Waterworks Road as directed for the main entrance and car park. The route will be signposted from the A37. Denny Lane will be closed to all public traffic.
By car: Take the A38 towards Bristol airport. Turn onto the B3130 towards Winford and Chew Magna. At Winford roundabout turn right onto Pagans Hill heading towards Chew Stoke. Then turn left onto the private Waterworks Road as directed for the main entrance and car park. The route will be signposted from the Winford roundabout. Denny Lane will be closed to all public traffic.
By bike: We’d love to see more cyclists this year! It’s approximately a nine mile cycle ride from central Bristol. There are two possible National Cycle Network routes, which are shown on Ordnance Survey maps or can be found at http://www.sustrans.org.uk/map.
You’ll be able to lock up your bikes to racks, which will be by the drop off point on Walley Lane (Purple Gate). This will be by a 24hour manned security point.
By bus: Public transport to the farm is limited. If you do wish to take the bus from central Bristol, take the 672 from stop CP on Rupert Street. Change at Blagdon, Seymour Arms. Then take the 672 towards Broadmead and get off at Chew Magna Post Office. It’s then a 15 minute walk to the farm. For return journey details and further information see: http://www.travelinesw.com