Cornbury Music Festival Travel and Directions

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Travel to/from Cornbury Music Festival

Cornbury Music Festival is held at The Great Tew Estate, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.

The lovely Cornbury Music Festival is located on the beautiful Great Tew Estate in the heart of the Cotswolds

Travel By Train

Great Tew Park is about 30 minutes drive from Banbury Station (serviced by Chiltern Railways) and around 12 minutes from Charlbury Station (serviced by Great Western).

Shuttle Buses

There will be a shuttle bus service between the festival site and Banbury and Charlbury Stations.  Bus timetables will become available nearer to the time of the festival.

Driving Directions

From Oxford, follow the A44 through Woodstock, and after a few miles turn right onto the B4022 at Enstone, from here you will pick up signage to the festival site.

From Banbury and the Midlands, take the A361 south from Banbury towards Chipping Norton, turning left onto the B4022 towards Enstone and The Tews, from here you will pick up signage to the festival site.

From the south-west, get to Burford using the A40 or A361, then follow the A361 north through Chipping Norton towards Banbury, and turn right onto the B4022 towards Enstone and The Tews, from here you will pick up signage to the festival site.

From the west, get to Chipping Norton on the A44 or A361, then follow the A44 towards Oxford and turn left onto the B4022 at Enstone, from here you will pick up signage to the festival site.

Disabled Access Information

ACCESS INFORMATION FOR DEAF AND DISABLED CUSTOMERS

The organisers want the Cornbury Music Festival to be an event that everyone can enjoy, so they try their best to make the site as accessible as they can.

Contact Details for all Access enquiries:

Access Enquiries
The Cornbury Music Festival
5 Berghem Mews
Blythe Road
London
W14 0HN

Telephone:  020 7229 2219

Email:  caroline@soundadvice.uk.com

Free Personal Assistant Tickets:

If you are deaf or disabled and require full time assistance, your Personal Assistant is entitled to a FREE ticket for the Cornbury Music Festival and you may use the Accessible Facilities.

You will need to provide a copy of a recent letter (2014/2015) from the DWP stating that you are entitled to DLA/PIP, or a statement / alternative evidence that will support your claim for a free ticket for your Personal Assistant.

If you are unable to provide a letter from the DWP or a statement / alternative evidence to support your claim as requested above, you will not be entitled to a free ticket for your Personal Assistant.

How to apply for your Personal Assistant’s free ticket:

You will need to purchase your ticket via the ticket booking website or over the phone 0844 338 0000 when tickets go on sale.  You will then be able to apply for your Personal Assistant’s free ticket via the Festival Office.

FIRST buy your ticket online or over the phone when tickets go on sale

Download and fill in the application form when it becomes available, ensuring you enter your ticket booking confirmation number

Send it to:  Personal Assistant Tickets, Cornbury Music Festival, Unit 5, Berghem Mews, Blythe Road, London W14 0HN – along with your letter from the DWP / alternative evidence.

You will then be sent a ticket for your Personal Assistant (this will be the same ticket type that you have purchased), FREE OF CHARGE, along with a car pass and instructions regarding access to the festival.

ACCESS FACILITIES

The organisers recognise that the evidence required for the free Personal Assistant tickets might not apply to everyone that has an access requirement.  If you do not have any of the above evidence but wish to apply for one or more access provisions, please email caroline@soundadvice.uk.com stating why you require them. You may be asked to provide additional evidence to support your request.  Requests will be judged on a case-by-case basis.

Accessible Camping:

When purchasing your tickets, you will need to choose the ‘Weekend with Camping’ option if you would like to camp in the Accessible Campsite.  Please do NOT purchase ‘Quieter camping’ tickets as these only apply to the general campsites.

Due to limited space in the Accessible Campsite  the organisers ask that each deaf or disabled customer has a maximum of 3 others camping with them (this includes your Personal Assistant, if applicable).  If you wish to camp in a larger group, you are of course free to do so in any of the public campsites.

The Accessible Campsite has a number of accessible toilets and showers as well as standard toilets for friends and family.

There will be 24-hour access to power for wheelchair charging.

Please note that equipment left at this charging point is left at the visitors’ own risk and the Cornbury Music Festival cannot be held responsible for any theft/damage.

If you would like to bring your campervan into the Accessible Campsite, you will need to purchase a Campervan Permit when purchasing your Weekend with Camping tickets once they are on sale.

If you require access to the Accessible Campsite, please either apply via the Personal Assistant Ticket Application Form (if you are applying for a Personal Assistant Ticket), or email caroline@soundadvice.uk.com

Accessible Parking:

The Accessible Car Park will be positioned as close to the festival arena as possible – however, please be aware that the route to the arena from the car park will be across grass.  If you require assistance getting from the car park to the arena, please ask one of the stewards and they will be happy to help you.

You will receive a parking pass for the Accessible Car Park when you receive your Personal Assistant’s ticket.

If you require access to the Accessible Car Park, please either apply via the Personal Assistant Ticket Application Form (if you are applying for a Personal Assistant Ticket), or email caroline@soundadvice.uk.com once tickets go on sale

Medical Services:

There will be refrigeration facilities available for medication with the onsite medical team – please let the festival organisers know in advance if you are likely to need to use this facility.

Accessible Toilets:

There will be a number of accessible toilets throughout the festival site and camping areas.

Viewing Platform:

There will be a viewing platform by the Front of House tower in the main arena, for viewing of the Pleasant Valley Stage.  If you require access to the viewing platform and the accessible toilet located next to it, please contact Cornbury Festival via email caroline@soundadvice.uk.com or by phone 020 7229 2219 once tickets go on sale, and they will arrange for you to have a laminate pass which will give you and your Personal Assistant access to both.

Assistance Dogs:

A ‘recognised Assistance Dog’ is one which has been specifically trained to assist a disabled person and which has been qualified by one of the charitable organisation as members of Assistance Dogs UK.

Please let the organisers know in advance if you will be bringing your Assistance Dog to the festival.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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