RADFORD MILL FARM, TIMSBURY, SOMERSET BA2 0QF
ANSWERPHONE 01845 44 81 85
info@tangledrootsblues.com

GETTING HERE: 

Radford Mill Blues Festival

GETTING HERE: 

We encourage visitors to minimise car use.

Bus info below. 

Car sharing offers and requests for lifts can be made on the Facebook Festival Group Page and we are currently working on adding the festival to the Go Carshare website.

It is a lovely site to cycle to from Bath or Bristol.

 
Where are we?

The official address for the festivals is:

Radford Mill Farm, Radford (near Timsbury) BA2 0QF

The Entrance to the Festival is BA2 0QF

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The postcode of the entrance to the camping site is at BS39 7PU

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The Farmhouse accommodation is accessed from the campsite entrance.

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The Shepherd Huts and Pre Pitched Tents are also accessed from the campsite entrance:

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By BUS, from Bath:
Buses are approximately every 1 1/2 hours Monday to Saturday 07:30 to 23:00,

There are four buses on Sunday 10:00 to 18:00.  

From Bath Bus station (next to Bath Spa Rail station) there are two buses: 

FirstBus no. 179 to Timsbury British Legion Hall and From the British Legion Hall walk south on Newman’s Lane, past the Fish and Chip shop on the left, then turn right past the pharmacy on the left, to the end.  Turn left about 75 metres passing the church on your right, then turn right at the T-junction (the Clock Shop and red telephone box will be behind you).  Walk about 100 metres, turn left at Mill Lane and walk down the lane until the pavement runs out, walk straight ahead, down the dirt track for about 5 minutes, follow the sharp left bend and then around and to the right and then left again (all within about 50 metres) and then as you re-join the tarmac straight ahead about 20 metres. You will see The Piggery down a track to your right, and this will take you to the festival site.

CT Coaches no. 768 to Camerton Old Post Office 

Get off the no. 768 at Camerton Old Post Office and walk in the direction the bus goes for about 90 metres and turn right at the crossroads.  Walk along Durcott Lane to the end (about 10-12 minutes).  Walk to the left and right towards Paulton, another 1-2 minutes and you will come to Mill Lane on the right; this is the festival entrance. The Campsite entrance is along the main road another 330 metres and you will see the Radford Mill Farm sign on your right. 

By BUS, from Bristol:


Bus no. 178 is approximately every hour Monday to Friday 05:50 to 19:25, and Saturday 09:10 to 19:10.  From Bristol bus station or Temple Meads rail station take no. 178 to Timsbury – Bloomfield Rd/North Rd – this takes about 1 hour.  Walk forward to the crossroads (the bus will have turned to the right) and cross over straight ahead, continue for about 300 metres past the graveyard on your left and then the church on your right, to the end which is a T-junction, and turn right.  You will see the Clock Shop and red telephone box behind you; Walk about 100 metres, turn left at Mill Lane and walk down the lane until the pavement runs out, walk straight ahead, down the dirt track for about 5 minutes, follow the sharp left bend and then around and to the right and then left again (all within about 50 metres) and then as you re-join the tarmac straight ahead about 20 metres. You will see The Piggery down a track to your right, and this will take you to the festival site.


From Bristol Airport:
There is an airport bus every 10-15 minutes to the city of Bristol which takes about 20 minutes, and get off at Temple Meads rail station (or the city Bus Station) and catch a bus.

6 Responses

  1. Mo Tedstone says:

    Is this tents only camping ?

    • Jack Bird says:

      Hi Mo,
      No – Tents and campervans are fine – we also have the occasional small caravan or motorhome. We don’t have hardstanding areas or water and electric hookup or toilet disposal points and the access to the site is down narrow country lanes so the smaller the better. Larger Motorhomes and Caravans tend to have problems getting on and off the site. Live-in-vehicles tend to go in the field nearest the entrance. Generally we allow campers to park their cars next to their tents. hope that helps

      • Nigel Worgan says:

        Hi there,
        I’m a blue badge holder with a 20ft motorhome, some difficulties walking!
        Where best for me to park please!??
        Regards,
        Nigel.

      • Mo says:

        I’m getting excited ???? I have two kids with me. Are there toilets in the camping area? ????????

        • Jack Bird says:

          I’m glad to hear you are excited – so are we!! = yes toilets in all camping fields – We have added lots of extra toilets and water points in the last couple of years.

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