Response to Corona Virus Situation:
The Festival is held being held on the grounds of the Radford Mill Farm, Mill Lane, Timsbury, Somerset, BA2 0QF
There are several camping fields, each with compost toilets and water, we can accommodate Camper vans but please let us know you’re coming in one when booking. Priority Tickets include 2 nights camping in the price. extra nights camping before or after the event can be arranged with the farm @ £6 per person per night.
This year we have also partnered with Great British Bell Tents who will erect for you and your friends a 5m Bell Tent and can provide beds, bedding and fairy lights. See the tickets/accommodation links for more on this.
There is Parking but as a responsible, organic, environmentally conscious business, we would encourage you to share lifts as much as possible or use public transport.
By BUS, from Bath:
Buses are approximately every 1 1/2 hours Monday to Saturday 07:30 to 23:00, and four buses on Sunday 10:00 to 18:00. From Bath Bus station (next to Bath Spa Rail station) there are two buses: First Bus no. 179 to Timsbury British Legion Hall and CT Coaches no. 768 to Camerton Old Post Office (they both take about 25 minutes). No. 768 sometimes stops in Bay 3 and sometimes in the main road in front of the bus station.
By BUS, from Bristol:
Bus no. 178 is approximately every hour Monday to Friday 05:50 to 19:25, and Saturday 09:10 to 19:10. From Bristol bus station or Temple Meads rail station take no. 178 to Timsbury – Bloomfield Rd/North Rd
Food and Drink
Food and drink and alcoholic beverages available on the Friday evening.
Food and Drink will be prepared and available all-day Saturday.
There will be a simple breakfast available Sunday morning.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome.
Well-behaved children from 16 years or younger are welcome and are entitled to a free ticket. Please book the Kids Ticket when booking your own. This is so we have a clear idea of numbers. Thanks
We will have a campfire in front of the Piggery in the evenings, and there is a second campfire site at the other end of the camping field. Additional small campfires are OK if they do not burn the grass (e.g. off the ground, in a “brazier”).
Live in Vehicles
Camper vans, live-in trucks or vans or trailers are welcome; no extra charge, just the numbers of adults per night. We don’t have a “hook-up” for camper vans, so no electricity or water to their vehicles, and no sewage emptying point; but we do have compost loos and fresh water taps etc.