Festival Information

Toby’s Harvest Festival is here! Here’s everything you need to know about times and getting here:

Opening times are 10am-5pm each day.

Dogs are welcome on short leads.

Carer comes free with a blue badge holder

Gate prices: Adults £12.50, Children (age 2-16) £4, Under 2’s go free, Family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children) £30

VIP tickets are sold out

Under 2’s are free

Saturday speakers are: Matt Biggs, Toby Buckland, John Challis, Jim Buttress and Lee Connelly

Sunday Speakers are: Alys Fowler, Toby Buckland, John Challis, Jim Buttress and Lee Connelly

Getting here:

From the M5:
Leave the motorway at Junction 25 (Taunton) and take the A358 to Chard.
From the A303:
Leave the A303 at the turning for Crewkerne and join the A356. At Crewkerne take the A30 towards Chard.
From Exeter:
Take the A30 to Honiton and then the A35 to Axminster. In Axminster take the A358 towards Chard.
Forde Abbey is situated 4 miles south east of Chard in Somerset. There are brown tourist signs for Forde Abbey from the A30, A358 and B3165. It is advised that you follow the brown tourist signs and not your satnav as you get close to Forde Abbey.

By public transport:

Getting to Forde Abbey by public transport is a challenge but not impossible. However, combining a trip to Forde Abbey with a walking tour of the area, whether a short one day excursion or as part of a longer holiday, is always a very enjoyable experience and public transport can be used both to get to the area and for travelling locally. There is a series of well signposted and maintained footpaths nearby and Forde Abbey itself acts as the starting point for the 90 mile long Jubilee Trail.
For more information on using local transport and for timetables please click on the links below.
South West Trains – Both Crewkerne (5 miles) and Axminster (8 miles) are on the mainline from London Waterloo to Exeter.
First Group offers a nationwide bus network.
Traveline offers impartial information on using public transport and includes a useful journey planner using trains, buses and coaches.
Sustrans is a very useful resource for both cyclists and walkers.

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