GLAS-DENBURY, DENBURY, NEAR NEWTON ABBOT, DEVON , TQ12 6DQ
Glas-Denbury takes place at Fairfield Farm which lies on the edge of Denbury in South Devon, in between Newton Abbot, Totnes and Ashburton. It can be easily accessed from both the A38 and A380.
If travelling on the A38 Southbound from Exeter; Look for the left hand turning slip road signposted Denbury, just before you reach Ashburton. Follow the lane all the way to Denbury – please note this lane is narrow at times.
If travelling on the A38 Northbound from Plymouth; Take the Newton Abbot Junction just after Ashburton and do a u turn back onto the A38 Southbound – come off at the next left hand slip road signposted Denbury. Follow the lane all the way to Denbury – please note this lane is narrow at times.
If travelling on the A380 from Exeter; Come off at the Newton Abbot junction, just after the estuary, and head for Totnes on the A381. As you come out of Newton Abbot at Ogwell, you will see signs to turn right to Denbury.
If travelling on the A381 from Totnes towards Newton Abbot, turn left at the signposts just after Ipplepen.
If travelling from Torbay area, head into Newton Abbot and join the A381 towards Totnes, where you will see signs turning right to Denbury as you come out of Newton Abbot.
Please click HERE for an interactive map
FREE SHUTTLE BUS in association with Hamilton Gray Coaches, Exeter!
A free shuttle bus will run between the festival site and Newton Abbot Railway Station (the layby opposite where the NAtional Express stop is) It will also pick up/drop off at Asda (layby outside of car park) and Ogwell Cross (bus stops)
As it runs from Friday lunchtime and there is a bus back on the Sunday lunchtime, it will allow campers easy access to the festival too. It will also run back to Newton at the end of each night to allow people to enjoy the whole event and travel back.
Please note though that seats are on a first come first served basis and we must point out that normal conditions of carriage applies and the driver reserves the right to refuse boarding. https://www.hamiltongraycoaches.com/
Newton Abbot Railway Station to Glas-Denbury via Asda and Ogwell Cross
10.30am – approximately 8pm
11pm – approximately 1.45am
Glas-Denbury to Newton Abbot Station via Ogwell Cross and Asda
12pm – 2pm
FREE CAR PARKING
Please do use the free shuttle buses or public transport where possible, but if you have to come by car please car share wherever possible. There will be roadsigns to follow and please drive carefully and of course please do not drink and drive. You can leave your car at the festival if absolutely necessary and use the shuttle bus home but all cars must be removed from the car park by 4pm Sunday latest. When you arrive at the festival, stewards will direct you into the car park. Accessible parking is located right by the main entrance. Please note it is forbidden to sleep in vehicles overnight in the car park and security will be operating in the car park 24 hours.
There is a public bus that runs between Newton Abbot and Denbury on the Saturday – see this link for details but please do check with the operator as we cannot be held responsible for any timetable changes
“Another great weekend – lots to do and see. Really good value – and a fantastic line up. The security staff were really friendly too, thorough but always cheerful! Great range of food as well. We loved the engineers, circus skills and arty stuff – the guitar making was genius! Top for me were the ever brilliant Lion Star. Roll on 2018!” Polly 2017
“Absolutely amazing, I was worried about taking my 7 children especially as one is anythalactic, but everyone couldn’t have been more helpful. Beautiful atmosphere, short walk between the arena and camping. No trouble or drugs , so much for the children to do. We will defently be back next year” Natalie Pursglove 2017
“I’ve been to many festivals all over the country but this was one of the best – a little gem and close to home too!” Jason Witcher 2017