It’s easy to find the festival. From the City Centre, head down to the river and walk upstream until you reach the racecourse. From the St. Johns side of the City, head to the river. Cross the footbridge straight onto the site, or cross main town bridge and walk upstream to the racecourse.
Worcester’s bus station is in Angel Place. Buses serve towns and villages across Worcestershire, and the 144 links the City to Birmingham. It’s just a 10 minute walk from there to the festival.
Head down through the bus station. When you emerge, turn right and head towards the railway viaduct. Follow the road under the viaduct, then on the left you’ll find the car park for the racecourse. Enter here and head for the marquee.
Worcester has two railway stations. Worcester Foregate Street station is closest to the festival (10 minute walk) and is served by trains from Hereford, Birmingham, Oxford, London and Bristol. Some train services stop at Worcester Shrub Hill station which is a 25 minute walk through the city centre.
From Foregate Street station, turn right out of the station. Walk past the Postal Order (Wetherspoons) and continue to the traffic lights. Turn left onto Castle Street and walk to the bottom of the hill. Across the road to the right is the car park for the racecourse. Enter here and head for the marquee.
There’s no car parking on site, but public car parks can be found nearby, including Pitchcroft car park which is at the entrance to the racecourse. Park up and head to the marquee.
If you are organising a coach trip, there’s a coach parking in Croft Road car park next to the racecourse. From here, walk under the viaduct then on the left you’ll find the car park for the racecourse. Enter here and head for the marquee.