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The Festival takes place across two neighbouring farms in Stockbury, a small hamlet just outside Sittingbourne in Kent.   

The farms are nestled on the edge of woodlands, in the rolling hills of the North Downs.  The perfect place for a Festival. 

The Postcode for your SAT NAV is

 ME9 7RL

There will be signs showing you which way in the vicinity of the Festival.

Whether you come to us via the M2, M20 or A249, you will find yourself at a large roundabout (M2/A249 interchange), from which you will need to take the A249 towards Maidstone. When exiting the roundabout onto the A249, make sure you are in the left hand land, as the turn off for the festival is about 100 yards from the roundabout.  If you are in the right hand lane, you might not be able to move across in time!

There is a major redevelopment of the M2/A249 junction being undertaken by National Highways, and although we have informed them of the date of the festival, we cannot guarantee that there will not be diversions in place during the Festival weekend.

The map below shows where the Festival is, which although is in the heart of the beautiful Kent countryside, is only a 5 minute drive from junction 5 on the M2!

Don't have a car - you can still get here!

We are in a rural setting, and our nearest bus stop - just 1/4 mile from the festival was decommissioned last year!!!!  

BUT you can still get here.  The nearest railway station is Sittingbourne.  There is a taxi rank right outside the station, and last year the fare from there to the the Festival was around £10.    You can arrange for the taxi to collect you to return you back into town after the Festival and meet them at the designated Taxi Meeting Point.

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