Getting to the Festivals
Godstoneberry, Oktoberryfest & Jingleberry are held at Flower Farm, just one mile from junction 6 of the M25, and where the A25 and A22 meet in the Surrey Hills area of outstanding natural beauty.
FREE PARKING is available on site, and the nearby train stations at Oxted and Caterham offer direct links to London stations and beyond.
We operate a comprehensive FREE BUS service for the above three events in association with Southdown Buses connecting with the nearby railway stations and all local towns.
Oktoberryfest & Jingleberry Buses
A free bus service operates from Westerham and Oxted, and from Caterham and Caterham on the Hill to the farm for Oktoberryfest as per the dates below. The same Saturday service / timetable will operate for Jingleberry on Saturday the 7th December.
Godstoneberry Buses & Transport
410X Godstoneberry – Oxted
CLICK HERE FOR FULL OXTED TIMETABLE
409X Godstoneberry – Caterham
CLICK HERE FOR FULL CATERHAM TIMETABLE
510X Godstoneberry – Westerham & Villages
CLICK HERE FOR FULL WESTERHAM & VILLAGES TIMETABLE
Buses run non-stop on all routes from Friday 4pm till Midnight, Saturday from 11am till Midnight and Sunday from 11am till 7pm.
The fantastic Southdown 410 and 409 bus routes also run to Godstone under their normal timetables with an extended later service incorporated into the timetables of the above 410X, 409X and 510X services;
To get to the festival from REDHILL, NUTFIELD, BLETCHINGLEY, OXTED, LIMPSFIELD, HURST GREEN, SOUTH GODSTONE, BLINDLEY HEATH & NEWCHAPEL its the 410 Bus which stops directly outside Flower Farm Entrance. Buses run every half and hour at most times. Please see our dedicated 410 Bus Page HERE for full route maps and all the stops along the way, and the 410X Page HERE for later extended services.
To get to the festival from WARLINGHAM, WHYTELEAFE, CATERHAM, SOUTH GODSTONE, BLINDLEY HEATH, LINGFIELD, FELCOURT, & EAST GRINSTEAD, its the 409 Bus with buses running every half an hour at most times. Please see our dedicated 409 Bus Page HERE for full route maps and all the stops along the way, and the 409X Page HERE for later extended services.
Please note that travel on all the free buses services is subject to capacity and on a first come first serve basis!
Coming from somewhere not listed above?
No problem! There is FREE travel for ticket holders on the entire Southdown Bus network with links to several train mainline stations!
The dedicated Godstoneberry direct bus service picks up from directly outside Oxted and Caterham railway stations.
Oxted station is on the East Grinstead and Uckfield lines, with direct services to East Croydon, London Bridge and London Victoria. Timetable can be downloaded HERE.
Caterham station provides services to London Victoria, Clapham Junction, London Bridge, Norwood Junction, East Croydon, South Croydon, Purley Oaks, Sanderstead, Purley, Kenley, Whyteleafe & Upper Warlingham. Timetable can be downloaded HERE.
Redhill station provides further links and can be in used in conjunction with the standard 410 bus route to Godstoneberry. Timetable can be downloaded HERE.
South Godstone station connects to Redhill and Tonbridge and can be used in conjunction with the standard 409 bus route to Godstoneberry. Timetable can be downloaded HERE.
If you are travelling by car, there are over 1000 free car parking spaces available on the festival site, which is just few minutes from Junction 6 of the M25.
From the Godstone junction 6 motorway roundabout take exit to East Grinstead / Eastbourne A22 & Oxted / Westerham / Redhill A22 (A25). At the A22/A25 interchange roundabout, keep right in A25 W lane and take the third exit (right) towards Godstone / Redhill A25. The festival is a few hundred metres on your left.
From A25 Redhill go through Godstone village and follow signs for M25 / Sevenoaks A25 / London A22 and the festival entrance is a few hundred metres on your right.
A full list of local Taxi companies will be displayed on this page nearer the event.