Retail box offices open NOW (cash only) at Northwood Estate Agents (opposite the Church in Waterlooville Town Centre) Keys News in Highfield Parade, and Thistle Wool Shop, Cowplain Shopping Centre Tickets also available at St George’s Church on Friday 24 May, 10am-11.45am (credit cards welcome) - you can also collect any tickets you may have purchased.
Tickets also available at St George’s Church Hall on Sunday 26 May, 11.15am (credit cards welcome) - you can also collect any tickets you may have purchased.
Waterlooville Music Festival is hosted by St George's Church, in Waterlooville Town Centre.
Find the start of the main shopping precinct, on the corner of which is the NatWest Bank. (Not the new precinct at Duke's Walk). Walk towards the dual-carriageway past the bus stop alongside NatWest and then past Mann & Co Estate Agents. Continue and in a short distance you will pass the Church and Church Grounds on the right. The map on the left shows the car parks - the recommended one - showing immediately above the church - is free after 6pm. The address is: St George's Walk, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO7 7EH.
From the Wellington Retail Park and Sainsbury’s, there is both a walkway and a subway which lead straight to the church. Follow signs for the town centre. (We advise against using the Wellington Retail Park Car Park as this is restricted 3 hours 24/7 with automatic cameras - overstay and you will get a fine!)
Bus services 7 and 8 operate a half-hourly service throughout the evening to Cosham Railway Station and Portsmouth continuing well beyond the end of the evening performances.
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Waterlooville Music Festival is held at St George's Church, in Waterlooville Town Centre.
There are frequent buses to Cosham or Havant stations from where trains operate to London, Portsmouth, Southampton, the West, Bristol and Cardiff, the South Coast to Brighton, Gatwick and Heathrow. For train times go to the National Rail Enquiry website. There is a half-hourly evening bus service to Cosham station that runs late enough for attending the evening concerts.
Waterlooville is well served by numerous bus routes. Service No's 7 and 8 provide a daytime service every few minutes to Portsmouth, and Cosham station, and operate half-hourly throughout the evening, late enough for attending the evening concerts. There is also a frequent day time service to Havant and in the late evening, you can change at Cosham for Havant. A half-hourly daytime bus service operates to Denmead and Hambledon, and hourly to Peterfield. For a bus timetable click on the link: First Buses (No 7 & 8) here | Stagecoach (No 37) here | Stagecoach (No 39) here
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The bus stops are right by the Church. Just get off the bus and look for the church tower.