Accessible information for those with disabling conditions
The site is best accessed from The Triangle at the end of Bridge Street along the flat tarmac drive. This is walkable and there are some allocated parking spaces – please display your blue badge. There is then flat access onto the flat grass where the majority of the festival stalls and displays will be.
A Mobiloo is a mobile accessible toilet with adult-sized changing bench, hoist and a friendly attendant. The Mobiloo will be on site all day Saturday located near the entrance. Please bring your own sling if you wish to use the hoist. For more info visit: www.mobiloo.org.uk
There are additional accessible toilets located at the back of the Cricket Clubhouse and a ramp-accessed accessible toilet inside the Sports Clubhouse, which will be available throughout the weekend.
Hopefully you can find the information you need on the relevant web pages, including booking and application forms. But if there’s anything we’ve missed or you still want to find out more than please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location and travel
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Location: Belper Meadows Cricket Club, Belper DE56 1HE
Important arrival info – please read!
The usual football club entrance off ‘The Triangle’ will be restricted to disabled badge holders, participants and organisers. The main pedestrian/foot access will be via the footpath that runs alongside the Community Hall (and the old library), which is accessed off Bridge Street, opposite The Elachai Indian restaurant. Please use this footpath to access the festival site.
There are bus stops on the main road near to the site entrance and Belper Bus Station is on Chapel Street – about a 10 minute walk.
Belper Station is off King Street – about a 5 minute walk. There are regular trains on the Derwent Valley Line running from Nottingham and Derby to Matlock.
There is no general parking on site. On site parking is for disabled blue badge holders only. Nearby paying car parks can be found at Belper Mills (2 mins walk, a few spaces) and Field Lane (about 5 mins walk) and also at Green Lane and the Coop in town. Free car parking will be available at Babington Hospital (15 mins walk) but please be aware this is not managed by BGG festival, and Coppice Car Park is also free (near the Market Place, 10 mins walk).
Charging points are available at Morrison’s, Field Lane and Coppice Car Park.