A special place

The festival is held in the beautiful old medieval church of St. Mary's, set on the hill above the village of Edlesborough in Buckinghamshire, with spectacular views across Aylesbury Vale. The earliest parts of the church date from the late 1200s.

It is located at LU6 2EP - you can find a map on the contact page.

The church is now owned by the Churches Conservation Trust and managed by the 'Friends of the Church on the Hill, Edlesborough, part of the EDaN group. You can find out more about the church and its history here.

Visitors to the church should be aware that access is either by way of a series of steps or a steep winding path through the cemetery - I'm afraid our medieval builders were a little lacking in foresight in this regard! On the festival weekend, via the bridle path, there is free parking in the field to the rear of the churchyard. We hire portaloos for our festival events which are located at the bottom of the steps. It is also advisable to bring a torch to guide you down the hill at the end of the event (or for younger members of the audience a smartphone will do nicely) !

If you have any more questions re accessibility, please contact us.