Travelling by Imberbus to the Delaware Road festival

This year, the overnight Delaware Road festival is being held at New Zealand Farm Camp and those attending are encouraged to travel there using the Imberbus service.

On Saturday 17th August, buses will run from Warminster Station direct to New Zealand Farm Camp every 30 minutes between 0945 and 1715, whilst on Sunday 18th August they will return from the Camp every hour at 1000, 1100, 1200, 1300 and 1400.

To travel to/from New Zealand Farm camp on these buses you will need to purchase a £10 day ticket each day from the conductor on the bus or from one of our ticket sellers outside Warminster Station. This ticket will also allow you to stop off at Imber village to visit the 16th century St Giles’ Church which will be open specially on both dates.  On the Saturday your ticket will also allow you to travel on our vintage buses to the villages Tilshead, Chitterne and Market / West Lavington, so please feel free to come early and spend a day exploring the Salisbury Plain by bus (please click here for more information on our Saturday buses).

How to get to Warminster

Advice on travelling to Warminster can be found on the “How to get to Warminster” page on our website. Remember that trains run approximately every hour to Warminster from Cardiff, Newport, Bristol, Bath, Trowbridge, Westbury, Salisbury, Southampton and Portsmouth, with connections available from London and the West Country at Westbury and Salisbury – please see the Great Western Railway website for timetables and further details.  There are also a few direct trains from London Waterloo to Warminster each day – for more information, please visit the South Western Railway website .

Ordinary bus services also run to Warminster from Bath, Bradford on Avon, Trowbridge, Westbury, Salisbury and Frome and further details of these can be found on the Traveline website.

If you would like further information about Imberbus, please check out the other pages on our website, including the Frequently Asked Questions page which provides important information on where you can and cannot go, where you can get something to eat and also the location of public toilets (which are few and far between on the Salisbury Plain!).

We understand that tickets for the festival are still available, so if you would like more information about it, please click on the picture below to visit the Delaware Road website .



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