Road trip it to the Stock. Bring friends, bring family or hitch a lift with whoever you can! The festival site has plenty of free parking and is easy to get to.
In Long Melford you’ll find restaurants, cafe’s, shops and traditional pubs. It’s also famous for it’s Antiques. There is an on-site camping area in the ground of Kentwell Hall with a limited capacity. There are several good hotels, B&B’s and other campsites within the surrounding area. See below for further information.
The site will open from 11:30 each day with the first act on stage at around midday. The festival will be finished by 11pm with a strict curfew in place.
Trains will arrive at Sudbury station at 21 minutes past the hour on Saturday and then 35 minutes past the hour on the Sunday. Sudbury bus stop is just a short walk from the train station. Cash points can be found at the nearby Waitrose supermarket and also on Market Hill.
AAA Cabs – 01787 868686
Stour Valley Cars – 01787 275049
Femme Cars – 01787 377585
BMF Cars – 07713 020941
Sudbury Town Taxis – 01787 377366
L & L Private Hire – 07383 976744
Sudbury Cars – 01787 445566
Wendys Taxi – 07359 499466
Cole’s Taxi – 07725 646276
The Firm – 07908 720918
Angel Cars – 07810 206754
Allan Eaton – 01787 371018
Across Town Taxis – 07749 903893
Osbornes – 07368 992767
Daniel’s Taxi – 07769 865381
Travel by Train
Sudbury train station is a few miles form the festival venue. It should take a round 5-10 minutes by taxi to get to Long Melford. Local rates will be very reasonable. The Sudbury train line runs from Marks Tey station, which is on the London to Norwich mainline. Trains depart Marks Tey to Sudbury every hour. Download the timetables below for further information.