PLANNING YOUR VISIT
2022 is all about bringing the community together to enjoy, and to be inspired by over 250 talented artists, performers, musicians, and workshops across one fun-filled, magical weekend. We have put a lot of options in place to help visitors who might have accessibility issues. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions
The festival spanned across the below key areas, primarily in Jephson Gardens & Mill Gardens
TRANSPORT & PARKING
Wherever possible, we always encourage our visitors to use public transport, lift sharing or cycling to the festival areas. Leamington Spa Train Station is a 5 minute walk from Jephson Gardens at the Parade entrance and there is many local bus services operating. There will be an increase in traffic and limited spaces to park in and around the town throughout the weekend. There is pay and display along Newbold Terrace, Leam Terrace and Priory Terrace, off-road parking around the town and large carparks; Covent Garden, St Peters and Bath Place.
ACCESSIBILITY AND SEND SPACES
All park areas are wheelchair accessible. There are wheelchair accessible toilets in Jephson Gardens, and we will be providing a wheelchair accessible portaloo in Mill Gardens.
This symbol that you will see throughout the festival indicates different SEND specific areas.
We have also provided a quiet space for any SEND visitors, this is located behind the Jephson Memorial and Czech Fountain.
The Festival is predominantly situated on grassed areas. There are paths around the park, but exhibiting artists and music stages are all on grass. If you need assistance at any point please go to the Information tent next to the Clocktower or ask someone in High Vis.
Accessible parking is located on Newbold Terrace.