Cornbury Park

Cornbury Park

Description

Rangers Lawn at Cornbury Park

Cornbury Park is an estate near Charlbury, Oxfordshire. It comprises about 5000 acres, mostly farmland and woods, including a remnant of the Wychwood Forest, and was the original venue for the Cornbury Music Festival and later the Wilderness Festival. Rangers Lawn is on the western side of the estate with views over the evenlode valley. 

Seating:

Tickets can be booked in one of two zones.  In Zone A audiences are closer to the stage (not too close!) and can sit on fold up/camping chairs bought from home, or hire a deck chair from us. In Zone B, audiences are on the slopping bank facing the stage and can sit on the grass or bring a picnic blanket from home.

Toilets:

Portaloo type toilets will be available on site. 


Directions

Rangers Lawn is situated just off the B4437 between Charlbury and Burford. 

From Charlbury, take B4437 out past the station. Take the first significant left turning marked for Leafield. You will swiftly reach another junction, at which you turn right, before turning left into Rangers Lawn. 


Access

The performance area is on grass. Golf carts will be provided to assist any audiences with access issues to their spot. 

Assistance and guide dogs welcome.