VENUE ADDRESS: Catton Park, Walton-On-Trent, Derbyshire, DE12 8LN, England.
Catton Park is located centrally within the triangle of 3 East Midlands towns, Lichfield, Burton On Trent and Tamworth.
Shuttle Bus Services
Bloodstock Festival official shuttle bus service - Lichfield City Train Station
Make your way to Birmingham New Street railway station. From Birmingham New Street station take the train to Lichfield City. This journey should take approximately 35 Minutes. Lichfield station is 7 miles from Catton Hall and is about 15-20 minutes drive.
For info on trains from your nearest station to Lichfield City, call National Rail on: 03457 48 49 50 or check out their website: www.nationalrail.co.uk
Lift-sharing is a convenient and sustainable way of travelling to Bloodstock Festival. You will definitely save money by sharing travel costs, and also get the chance to meet some great people on the way. Who knows, you may end up pitching tents next to each other and partying together!
On Liftshare.com you can offer your journey as a driver, or book a lift as a passenger (in this case you might want to set up a journey as a passenger, so you will receive an email notification every time a new journey that matches your criteria is posted).
Sign up to Liftshare Bloodstock here - https://liftshare.com/uk/community/bloodstock
If you are using your SatNav, the postcode for Bloodstock is DE12 8LN. However, once you see the road signs to Bloodstock, follow them - NOT the SatNav.
From the North: Follow the M1 Southbound and exit onto the A38 at Junction 28, heading West for Burton / Birmingham. Keep travelling until you pick up the B-O-A directions, which will exit you at the Alrewas / Rugely / Tamworth A513 turnoff. Follow the signs to the festival. (DO NOT FOLLOW THE SAT NAV)
From the West or South (a): From the M5 (from the West) or the M40 (from London ), take the M42 Northbound. Between Junctions 8 and 9 take the M6 toll road and exit at T4 onto the A38 Northbound. Follow the B-O-A roadsigns which will exit you at the Alrewas / Rugely / Tamworth A513 turnoff. Follow the signs to the festival. (DO NOT FOLLOW THE SAT NAV)
From the South (b): Take the M1 from London , and
exit at Juntion 24, following the A50 to Stoke. After a few miles you will exit
onto the A38 to Burton. Follow the B-O-A roadsigns which will exit you at the
Alrewas / Rugely / Tamworth A513 turnoff. Follow the signs to the festival. (DO
NOT FOLLOW THE SAT NAV)
By AirCatton Park is 20 miles from either Birmingham or Nottingham East Midlands Airport. 60 miles from Manchester and 130 miles from Heathrow.
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Local Information for Travel
This is a useful website www.traveline.info to look at or call 03457 484 950 to find details of local bus and train routes and timetables or call National Rail on: 08457 484 950 or check out their website: www.nationalrail.co.uk
TRAFFIC CONDITIONS - LATEST NEWS UPDATES
Get the latest information on travel conditions and any congestions issues when journeying to the festival or heading home from the festival by clicking HERE !
TRAVEL INFO UPDATES ON YOUR MOBILE
Live traffic data from The Highways National Traffic Control Centre. For people heading home after Bloodstock you can now get updates direct to your mobile, or simply go to the app store and download Highway England Live traffic info.
Approximate Mileage to B.O.A from the following locations:
- London - 130
- Manchester - 85
- Bristol - 110
- Birmingham - 20
- Nottingham - 45
- Birmingham Airport & British Rail - 20
- East Midlands Airport - 20
- Tamworth British Rail - 8