Cheam Park, Sutton, Surrey SM3 8BP
As a food and drink festival where alcohol may form part of your day, we advise using public transport to attend the event, this not only means you can safely enjoy the day to the full, but also helps us achieve our goal of reducing the carbon footprint of FeastyFest.
Travel by Bus
If you are travelling by bus you may wish to use one of the following routes, or you can use this link to plan your journey: https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/buses/
470 from Epsom Clock Tower – Cheam Broadway
151 Sutton Park Road – Cheam Broadway
X26 Kingston Bus Station – Cheam Broadway
213 Worcester Park High Street – Cheam Broadway
Travel by Train
Travelling to FeastyFest couldn’t be simpler, Cheam Railway Station is just a 5 minute walk away from the site entrance. Trains to Cheam run directly from Epsom, Sutton and Clapham Junction, making it the perfect way to travel. You can plan your train journey here https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
If driving to the event we urge you to make use of the FREE parking within Cheam Park Recreation Ground. We have made ample parking available so you will have no problems finding a space. Please DO NOT park on the residential roads surrounding the event site, these are our neighbours and we want to stay friends.
Clear signage will direct you to the entrance on Netley Close off the Morden Road. Please observe the 5mph speed limit when entering, exiting or driving around the car park. Our friendly traffic marshals will be on hand to help you park. Please remember, Don’t leave valuables in your vehicle. Leave the glove box open and empty to show that there is nothing of value in there.
Looking out for You
FeastyFest have worked tirelessly with local authorities and the police to make this event happen. We promote social distancing and have implemented numerous measures to make sure the event is safe for all. Please help us keep everyone safe in these unprecedented times by wearing face coverings where possible and maintaining a social distance.
- Try to eat at least one hot meal a day and drink enough non-alcoholic drinks, being dehydrated makes you more prone to feeling tired/irritable and having headaches.
- There are FREE drinking water points around the arena and within the family area. It really can’t be over stressed – make sure you drink plenty of water.
- If it’s really hot, stay in the shade as much as possible, use sun-block and cover up exposed skin to prevent painful burning and sun stroke with its flu like systems.
- Do not feel pressured into drinking excessively. You know what your limit is and what you are comfortable with – don’t let anyone make you feel you should be doing something you don’t want to.
- Stay in groups and be tolerant of people slowing you down. Just enjoy going with the flow.
- If you are a victim of crime, contact festival security or the police immediately. Report any incident, even near-misses as soon as possible, you may help others by doing so.
- Remember, alcohol or drugs can affect your ability to make safe judgements.
Music can be particularly loud to children so we will be giving away ear defence from the organisers tent or speak to one of our friendly security and they will be able to source some for you.
Unfortunately, festivals can sometimes attract petty thieves or opportunists so please be aware of this and ensure you look after any valuables that you have to take with you and please don’t leave valuables on display in your car.
We are working to make FeastyFest as accessible as possible. However, FeastyFest is an outdoor event in a park that could pose problems for mobility (particularly in wet weather).
Free tickets will be provided for carers and personal assistants for standard adult ticket holders with physical and mental difficulties. For those with child and teen tickets, a free carer or personal assistant ticket shall also be provided free of charge, but the child or teen must be accompanied by a paying adult ticket holder (such adult ticket holder may be the carer or personal assistant).
Free disabled parking is Via Parkside Road of the Broadway in Cheam Village. Clear signage will direct blue badge holders to the disabled parking area. You must be in possession of a valid blue badge to gain access.
- Please apply through eventbrite to book your tickets and apply for your carer or personal assistant ticket. You will need to show a copy of your current DLA letter or copies of appropriate supportive medical documentation for qualification when arriving on site
- Accessible toilets throughout the site.
- Disabled Parking (you will need to have your blue badge on display).
- Stewards to help with any difficulties that may arise over the Day
- If you have any other accessibility queries, please email [email protected]