Public Transport Information:
The nearest mainline railway stations are Hartford (for those coming from Crewe or Liverpool) or Chester (for those coming from Manchester or North Wales).
Bus service no. 82 connects Kelsall with Chester (Foregate Street) and Hartford Station, but there are no buses on Sundays or Bank Holidays. There is also a small train station at Delamere (on the Chester – Northwich line) but this is about 3 miles from the festival site and there is no regular bus service.
For more information and up to date times contact Traveline on 08712 002233 or http://www.traveline.info/.

Venues:
The festival is based around Kelsall Green – a large field behind the Lord Binning pub (previously the Morris Dancer), Chester Road, Kelsall, CW6 0RS. The main concert marquee, craft fair, children's entertainment and main campsite are situated on this field, and the site office, first aid and car parking are located in the pub grounds. Other venues used are Kelsall Community Centre, Kelsall Social Club, Kelsall Methodist Church (which will host the festival service this year) and The Farmers Arms.

Food & Drink
There are real ale bars in the Community Centre and Social Club, plus a beer tent in the grounds of the Lord Binning. Food on site will be available all weekend from Leon Lewis - Vegetarian Gourmet Cooking and M & E Caribbean Catering and Amore Pizza.

Accessibility:
Most venues are wheelchair accessible, with the exception of the upstairs function room at the Lord Binning. There is a disabled toilet at the campsite entrance, and we have a limited number of hard standing caravan spaces for wheelchair users - these must be booked in advance. If you have any specific access requirements please contact us and we will endeavor to do our best to assist you.

   
     

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