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Come early to reserve your seat, have a drink and enjoy the fabulous view...

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On the festival weekend, there is parking in the field to the rear of the churchyard, subject to suitable weather conditions. It can be accessed via the bridle path to the left of the church. You can find it at LU6 2EP

Visitors should be aware that access is either by way of a series of steps or a steep winding path through the cemetery. Unfortunately it is not suitable for wheelchairs or the infirm. Our portaloos are located at the bottom of the steep steps. It is also advisable to bring a torch to guide you down the hill after dark! If you have any more questions re accessibility, please contact us.

A selection of local ales, wine and Pimms (of course!) will be available, as well as tea, coffee, soft drinks and snacks.

Anything you like (within reason!). Please be aware that the church can get cool in the evenings, even in summer months, so you might want to bring an extra layer.

The nearest railway station to Edlesborough is Tring, served by London Midland trains from Euston or Milton Keynes

Unfortunately camping is only available if you have a friend in the village with a garden! (Or alternatively you could try and make a friend during the event...)

This year's festival line-up is full but if you are interested in performing next year then please contact us and send details of your act along with links to your band website, examples and recordings from some of your live performances.

EdleFest is not a religious event, but it is held in the beautiful old church at Edlesborough, which is now owned and maintained by the Churches Conservation Trust.

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Previous festivals have featured acts such as the multiple BBC award winner Chris Wood, acclaimed guitarist and singer Martin Simpson, Rob Heron and the Tea Pad orchestra, Kimbers Men and many more...

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