Catton Park

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Thursday 9th - Sunday 12th August 2018

Catton Park in Walton Upon Trent

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Catton Park

Catton Park,
Walton Upon Trent
DE12 8LN

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Travel to/from Bloodstock Open Air

Bloodstock Open Air is held at Catton Park. The address of Catton Park is Catton Park, Walton Upon Trent, DE12 8LN.

VENUE ADDRESS: Catton Park, Walton-On-Trent, Derbyshire, DE12 8LN, England.

Catton Hall is located centrally within the triangle of 3 East Midlands towns, Lichfield, Burton on Trent and Tamworth.

By Car

From the North: Follow the M1 Southbound and exit onto the A38 at Junction 28, heading West for Burton / Birmingham. Keep travelling until you pick up the B-O-A directions, which will exit you at the Alrewas / Rugely / Tamworth A513 turnoff. Follow the signs to the festival.

From the West or South (a): From the M5 (from the West) or the M40 (from London), take the M42 Northbound. Between Junctions 8 and 9 take the M6 toll road and exit at T4 onto the A38 Northbound. Follow the B-O-A road signs which will exit you at the Alrewas / Rugely / Tamworth A513 turnoff. Follow the signs to the festival.

From the South (b): Take the M1 from London, and exit at Junction 24, following the A50 to Stoke. After a few miles you will exit onto the A38 to Burton. Follow the B-O-A road signs which will exit you at the Alrewas / Rugely / Tamworth A513 turnoff. Follow the signs to the festival.

By Coach

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By Rail or National Express Bus

Make your way to Birmingham New Street railway station. From Birmingham New Street station take the train to Lichfield City. This journey should take approximately 35 Minutes. Lichfield station is 7 miles from Catton Hall and is about 15-20 minutes drive. BLOODSTOCK will provide a mini-bus shuttle from Lichfield City railway station to Catton Hall starting on Thursday and running right through to Monday - see website for shuttle bus times.

By Air

Catton Hall is 20 miles from either Birmingham or Nottingham East Midlands Airport, 60 miles from Manchester Airport and 130 miles from Heathrow Airport.

Approximate Mileage to B.O.A from the following locations:

London - 130
Manchester - 60
Bristol - 110
Birmingham - 20
Nottingham - 45
Birmingham Airport & British Rail - 20
East Midlands Airport - 20
Tamworth British Rail - 8

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Disabled Access Information

ARENA FACILITIES

There is a disabled viewing platform in the main arena to allow for easy viewing of the Ronnie James Dio Stage, we operate a one plus one policy ( Disabled customer + their Carer ). There are disabled toilets in the arena.

 

CAMPSITE FACILITIES

The disabled campsite is situated right next door to the main arena for ease of access. Disabled toilets and showers are provided in the disabled campsite. There is a power charging point for wheel chair users. There is also a campsite information hub should you have any questions our staff will do their best to assist you.

 

CAR PARKING

If you are camping in the disabled customer campsite, cars can be parked next to tents if required, although we cannot offer this to everyone as we are limited on space. For those not wishing to camp but come and go in their car each day, there will be disabled parking close by.

 

CAMPERVANS IN CAMPSITE

If you wish to bring your campervan into the disabled campsite you will need to pay for a campervan ticket separately. Anyone who turns up on the day without a campervan ticket will be charged accordingly and/or may not be permitted onto the disabled customer campsite.

Although the festival ground is very flat, please bare in mind it is a greenfield site, therefore if we do have inclement weather there could be a few areas around the site not suited for wheelchairs. Stewards are on hand at all times should you need assistance.

Please do not turn up on the day expecting access to the disabled campsite and/or disabled car parking unless you have registered in advance as we cannot guarantee there will be space to accommodate.

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