Getting to The Festival 2018-08-04T13:03:21+00:00

31st August, 1st & 2nd September 2018

Charity Donation Park And Ride

Nantwich Food Festival attracts a lot of visitors and a number of convenient edge-of-town parking locations have kindly been provided by supporters of the festival. We strongly advise visitors to take advantage of these, so you can minimise time spent searching for parking.
Frequent bus services to and from the town center will run from. 9:30am to 5:45pm on Saturday and  10:00 to 4:45pm on Sunday. The buses will be running a circular route and there may be a short wait during peak times. Disabled parking and disabled access buses will be provided from the Barony Park & Ride location only. Please note Friday is usually less busy, so why not schedule your visit for then? Opening times on Friday are 11am– 8pm. 
Park and Ride will be charged at £2.00 per vehicle, a proportion of which will go to local charities.
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Public Car Parks

There is car parking in the town centre for more than 600 cars, however two of the town centre car parks will be used for Festival marquees, and at busy times it may prove difficult to find a parking spot. We highly recommend visitors take advantage of the free park and ride facilities detailed above.
The location of town centre car parks are shown on our PDF map

Disabled Parking

Disabled car park spaces (for disabled badge holders only) can be found in the town’s pay and display car parks.  During the course of the Festival the Dysart Building Car park will be available fro disabled parking only.
Disabled parking and disabled access buses will be available from the Barony Park & Ride location.

Public Transport

Nantwich enjoys great public transport links, and we would encourage visitors to consider using these as an alternative to using the car.
Nantwich is on the Manchester/Crewe/Shrewsbury/Cardiff rail line: Arriva Trains provide convenient travel along this line. Nearby Crewe station provides connections for Manchester, Liverpool, Chester, North Wales etc, while Shrewsbury station provides connections for Wolverhampton, Hereford, Aberystwyth etc.
Bus services are available from many areas in Cheshire and the surrounding areas. The bus station is in the town centre next to the Civic Hall.