ABOUT YOUR VISIT
There is level access in the Market Place, the Bishop’s Palace, along the Moat and in the Recreation Ground.
The Town Hall has good access on the ground floor and a lift to the first floor.
Car parks can be found in Union Street, Tucker Street, Princes Road and Whiting Way (Waitrose).
Parking will also be available on the day at Old Mill, Cathedral Avenue (free), and Stoberry Park School,
North Road (£5 in aid of school funds).
Accessibility parking is available in the High Street and Cathedral Green, as well as in the City car parks.
Public conveniences, including disabled facilities, are located in Union Street car park, in the Recreation Ground and adjacent to the Town Hall (lane to the left hand side).
Information about the Festival will be available throughout the day at the desk on the ground floor of the Town Hall.
First aiders will be located in the Market Place and at the Recreation Ground.
The Festival can be very busy so it may be advisable to leave your pet at home.
Dogs are not permitted in the marquees or inside the buildings.
Wells is on the southern side of the Mendip Hills in Somerset, about 22 miles from both Bristol and Bath.
The City has a number of local bus services. For route maps and timetables, visit First Bus.
The nearest train station is Castle Cary (approx. 12 miles), although there is no connecting bus service.
Bristol Temple Meads and Bath Spa stations both have buses to Wells. For train timetables, visit Trainline.
For accommodation and other Wells events, visit Wells Somerset.