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Public Transport
Food & Drink
Festival Market

Directions & Venues:

The village of Kelsall is about 8 miles from Chester on the A54 between Chester & Northwich. The festival is based around Kelsall Green – a large field behind the Morris Dancer pub, Chester Road, Kelsall, CW6 0RS. The main concert marquee, festival market, children's entertainment, car parking and a limited amount of camping is on this field, and the site office and first aid are located in the pub grounds. Our main campsite is at Green Lane Farm about half a mile away.

Other venues used are Kelsall Community Centre, Kelsall Social Club, Kelsall Methodist Church, St Philip's Church, Kelsall Wellbeing Hub, The Farmers Arms and Weetwood Brewery Tap. See village map below. There will be a free shuttle bus connecting all the venues and both campsites.


Plenty of free parking is available at the festival site on Kelsall Green, which all non-campers are encouraged to use. There are also free car parks at Kelsall Primary School, Kelsall Wellbeing Hub, Kelsall Community Centre and Kelsall Methodist Church, which are all on the shuttle bus route (see map below). If you park on the street please do so safely and considerately, so as not to cause obstructions or inconvenience the residents of Kelsall. Festival goers are requested not to use the main pub car park.

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 Mouldsworth (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


Food & Drink:

Meals & drinks will be available from The Morris Dancer pub, both inside the pub, and from the outside bar and barbecue. Advance booking is recommended for dining inside. There will also be food vendors on the site including LC Gourmet and Spice'n'Spirits Indian Kitchen. The Community Centre and Social Club have their own licensed bars serving Weetwood Ales.  The Weetwood Brewery Tap will be open 10 am till 9 pm on Friday, and noon till 6 pm on Saturday & Sunday. The Farmers Arms also serves meals until 3 pm each day. Light refreshments will be available from Kelsall Methodist Church all 3 days of the Festival, Kelsall Wellbeing Hub (10 till 4 all 3 days), St Philips Church  (10 till 4 Sat, 12 till 3 Sun).

Festival Market:

There will be a range of stalls, including:

Hempcat – hemp clothing

Byzantine Bazaar - Jewellery, hats, bags, clothing, accessories

Glitterbugz – glittery tattoos

The Tipsy Badger  - Bags and accessories from upcycled fabric

Quirky Cutlery - Jewellery and artefacts made from recycled antique cutlery


We want to make sure everyone who attends the festival is able to enjoy the events and atmosphere to the full. We strive to make all the festival facilities as accessible as we can. We are also working to be a Dementia Friendly festival.

  • All venues and bars are accessible by wheelchair and all the indoor venues have accessible toilets. 

  • There is also an accessible toilet adjacent to the entrance to the main site/Kelsall Green campsite.

  • There are reserved spaces for wheelchair users and carers in the main marquee. The seating arrangements in the other venues mean that wheelchair users can easily be accommodated.

  • Assistance dogs are welcome in all venues.

  • Kelsall Green Campsite, next to the main site, is the preferred campsite for anybody with limited mobility.

  • There are a limited number of level camping spaces on the site including some hard standing caravan spaces for people with limited mobility. These must be booked well in advance. 

  • The free shuttle bus which connects the festival venues runs between 10 am and midnight during the festival,  starting at 2 pm on the Friday.  The shuttle bus drivers are happy to help passengers on and off. However the bus is not wheelchair accessible.

  • If you have any specific access requirements or queries please contact us and we will do our best to assist you.

Click here for more detailed Accessibility Information

Camping Information:

There are 2 festival campsites: Green Lane Farm & Kelsall Green (see map below).

Both campsites are restricted to weekend ticket holders only. You may go straight to the campsite on arrival and show your electronic ticket to the gate staff.

Campsites will be open from midday on Thursday 23rd May until 5 pm on Tuesday 28th May.

Dogs are allowed on the campsites and in most venues, but please keep them on a lead at all times and clear up any mess that may occur.

There are toilets, washing facilities and Elsan disposal points on each site and showers at Green Lane Farm.

 Apart from our festival campsites. camping is also available 1km away from the main site at Northwood Hall Caravan Park.  Facilities include hot showers and electric hook ups.  Rates per night are very reasonable and early booking is advised. For more information, phone, 01829 752569 phone or email

​The campsite rules detailed below need to be followed if we are to be permitted to have future festivals in this village. We apologise for any inconvenience - your co-operation is appreciated.

Vehicles may only be driven on the sites by holders of full driving licences and the 5 mph speed limit must be strictly observed.

To minimise risk of fire, please take great care when cooking. Stoves and barbecues must never be left unattended when lit and a container of water should be placed nearby while barbecues are in use. Open fires are not permitted anywhere on the sites.

Please help to keep the campsites tidy by placing all rubbish in the bags provided and putting these in the skip after use.

Please keep noise to a minimum so as not to disturb local residents – in particular no drums or amplification and no noise at all after 2 am.

Green Lane Farm Campsite (CW6 0QA)

This is our preferred campsite for caravans and motorhomes, since it is a large flat field with easy access. Tents are also welcome, and it is possible to camp in a group of mixed units of tents and vans.

It is approximately a 10 minute walk from the festival marquee via a tarmacced public footpath and well-lit road.

Tents and caravans must be at least 3 metres (approx. 10 feet) apart.

You may park your car next to your tent or caravan.

Dogs must not be allowed to enter the farm yard

This is agricultural land, so please be very careful to leave no broken glass.

Kelsall Green Campsite (CW6 0RS)

This is our preferred campsite for anybody with limited mobility.

It is situated around the main festival marquee on the field behind The Morris Dancer pub

There is some limited space for caravans and motorhomes but it is not a flat field and, by necessity caravans & motorhomes are separated from tents.

This site is divided into separate areas for caravans and tents.

1.  Caravan Area

·         Only caravans, campervans, motorhomes and cars are allowed in this area.

·         All vans must be at least 3 metres (approx. 10 feet) apart, although cars may be parked in the spaces between vans.

·         Tents are not allowed in the caravan area.

·         Due to lack of space, awnings are only permitted in exceptional circumstances by prior arrangement

2.  Tent Area

·         Tents and trailer tents are allowed in this area, and must be at least 3 metres (approx. 10 feet) apart.

·         Cars are not permitted in this area, but you may drive your car on to unload and then remove it afterwards to one of the car parking areas, which we have tried to locate as  conveniently as possible.


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