GETTING THERE BY CAR
Don’t follow the road signs towards STANDON on the A120 as this will cause traffic disruption to both festival-goers and local residents. You will be turned back if you attempt this route.
TAKE CARE: The roads around the Lordship are extremely narrow and potentially dangerous. Please take great care and attention and be aware of unseen oncoming traffic.
PARKING: A car parking spot for the weekend costs £6. You can buy it in advance here.
Why not consider sharing a car to get to Standon Calling this year? It’s cheaper, greener and means you might make more friends before you even get to the festival. So, whether you are looking for a car to share, a spare space or two on a minibus or coach, or want to fill your car with fellow festival-goers try one of the following options:
Standon Lordship is near the village of Standon, just off the A10 approximately 30 miles north of London. The site’s postcode is SG11 1PR.
GETTING THERE BY TRAIN
Bishop’s Stortford or Ware are the closest stations to Standon Calling. A cab from either station takes around 15-20 minutes and costs between £10-25 depending on the time of day.
From Bishop’s Stortford station try:
Associated Taxis – 01279 655666
Premier taxis – 01279655444
From Ware station try:
Hertford cars – 01992509950
Fox Holes – 01992500750
GETTING THERE BY TAXI
We’ve partnered with minicabit.com to ensure you can get to Standon from just about anywhere in the country via taxi. Depending on where you are in London, it’s about £60 to the Standon site, which works out as £15 per person if you fill the taxi up with four people. If you live in say Manchester it’s probably going to be a bit pricier, but still possible to do. To pre-book a taxi via minicabit.com in advance click here. Don’t forget the Standon Calling postcode is SG11 1PR.