Getting to the Festival

Canterbury College is located just outside the centre of the city and is easily accessible from all directions.

Canterbury College, New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent. CT1 3AJ.
www.canterburycollege.ac.uk/student-informa…/maps-directions
Map: http://www.canterburycollege.ac.uk/…/directions-canterbury.…

Parking: Please note that parking is limited and priority will be given to festival staff, volunteers, performers, speakers and stallholders.
For anyone else, we will be charging £5 to park (£4 for electric vehicles). All proceeds will be going to a local animal charity.
If you need an accessible parking bay (blue badge holders only) please email: jo@kentveganfestival.org

Walking and cycling:
Walking around Canterbury is very easy as it is a small city with a pedestrianised high street.
Cycling routes in and out and around Canterbury are excellent. For more details see here: http://cycle.travel/city/canterbury

Train and bus:
The college is 10 minutes walk from Canterbury East Station, 15 minutes from Canterbury West Station and 5 minutes from Canterbury Bus Station.

Park and Ride:
This is only £3.50 for the day: More info here: www.canterbury.gov.uk/…/20…/places_to_park/113/park_and_ride

Driving: If you do have to drive, please car share if possible. Car parks are here: https://www.canterbury.co.uk/homepage/28/find_a_car_park…

Tickets: On the door or in advance (reduced rate and to avoid queueing) coming soon…
Please remember to bring your ticket with you.