Getting there and parking:
All concerts apart from the lunchtime one are in St Endellion Church. St Endellion Church is on the B3314 which runs between Wadebridge and Delabole. Please park in the marked Festival parking field. DO NOT PARK ON THE ROAD OR IN THE LAYBY. If you are approaching from the Wadebridge direction, turn left straight after passing the church and signs will take you to the car park on the left beyond the church. If you are arriving from the Delabole direction, turn right just before you reach the church. There will be parking marshalls in hi-viz jackets to direct you once you are in the parking field. Please note that the parking locations can be changed at short notice if the weather is wet.
There is limited availability in the Church Hall car park for Blue Badge holders, but it is essential to let us know in advance if you wish us to hold a space for you. Please contact Cheryl -firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel 07771 796643. Drop-off is in the lay-by. Wheelchair access to the Church is via the North Door (not the Main Door). A path takes you round the back of the Church. The Hall (for refreshments and toilets) is fully wheelchair accessible and has a disabled toilet.
Getting to St Kew:
From the A39: Coming from the Wadebridge direction, as you approach St Kew Highway, turn left, marked St Kew, next to a small chapel just after a cross roads where St Endellion is marked to the left and St Mabyn to the right. Coming from Camelford direction, drive through St Kew Highway and look for a junction to your right, next to a chapel, marked St Kew. Be ready for a sharp right-hand bend after about a mile. Parking is in a field on the right as you enter the village. Please park in the designated field. Please do NOT park in the pub car park.
There is parking for Blue Badge holders in the small car park behind the church, with a ramp for wheelchair access. For further information, please contact Cheryl - email@example.com. Tel 07771 796643.
While there is some lighting from the car parks to the St Endellion Church, you might find it helpful to bring a torch. When walking on or crossing the roads STAY ALERT as the roads can be busy.
Doors opening times are given on your tickets. If you have an unreserved ticket, you are advised to arrive early so that you can choose your seat. A steward will guide you - there are unreserved seats in different areas of the church. If you have reserved seats, please make sure that you have occupied your seat 15 minutes before the concert starts. Please note that the Sunday concert starts at 6.30pm.
The pews in the Church now have fitted cushions. If you are in a pew seat please do not use your own cushions. You may find it helpful to bring a cushion if you are in a chair seat. There is heating in the church but it can sometimes be draughty.
Coffee, tea and wine are served in the Hall in the interval.
We want our audiences to enjoy our concerts to the full. We welcome your feedback. Please feel able to speak to a concert steward or to a member of the festival committee – who will be wearing badges to identify themselves. Or send an e mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel 07771 796643. .