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Leeds Festival

Information about Leeds Festival Resident Tickets

 

PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR FULL DETAILS OF THE RESIDENT TICKET RULES AND REGULATIONS ETC. There will be tightened security at the festival that I am sure we all very much welcome and your patience and understanding will be much appreciated by Festival Republic

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Bramham Residents Shuttle Bus Information...

The bus for Leeds Festival will operate during the following times:

Friday    25.8.17     12.00pm - 03.00am

Saturday 26.8.17    12.00pm - 03.00am

Sunday  27.8.17      12.00pm - 03.00am

Pink wristbands were issued on collection of tickets and must be worn by all adults to have use of the bus. No wristband no travel.

Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times to travel on the bus.

The bus will pick up at the bus stop outside the Red Lion on Main Street and will drop off at the Purple Gate.

The bus will run a shuttle service ie it will run continuously with no set timetable, to enable more people to be transported at busy times. At quieter times it will run approximately every half hour, dependent on traffic and numbers.

New Arrangements for 2017...

The organisers of Leeds Festival, Festival Republic, have been working hard to develop traffic management plans which aim to increase safety, ease congestion around and through local villages including Bramham, minimise disruption and also ensure the safety of the festival goers and residents. The traffic plan has been overhauled and improved significantly since last year.

Following discussions and consultations with both West Yorkshire Police, Bramham Parish Council, Leeds City Council and all other relevant agencies, they will be implementing the below changes:

➢ The A64 one way road closure on the Thursday has been removed and will be implemented on the Sunday evening/Monday instead for 2017.

➢ Purple Gate – the NEW location of the Resident & Guest box office, situated off Thorner Road, and much closer for Bramham residents. The resident car park will also be accessible via the new ‘Purple Gate’. Only Thorner Residents will continue to park near Yellow Gate, where the taxi rank will also be located. Any guest ticket holders will be able to pre book a taxi inside Purple Gate should they wish to do so.

➢ Yellow Gate – will now just be used as the public bus/coach station. By removing the guests and non Thorner residents from the vicinity of Yellow Gate this will alleviate the number of pedestrians waiting to be picked up or walking on Bramham Road by Nova Scotia Farm and on to Thorner, which caused serious safety concerns in 2016.

➢ A total road closure through Thorner Village – taxis and other festival traffic using routes through Thorner has been an ongoing issue, to a greater or lesser degree, since the festival began at Bramham Park in 2003. With the support of Thorner, having lawful road closures in place means that Festival Republic can now try to prevent taxis and any non-resident vehicles travelling to the festival site via Thorner.

For anyone working in Thorner or needing to access local businesses, they will be allowed through the closure without a pass, although they will be stopped and questioned, and if legitimate will be allowed through. But, if it is obvious to the traffic marshals that they are attending the festival and simply trying to circumvent the closures, then they will turned away.

Whilst we will accommodate Bramham residents who choose to drive to site, we would encourage all residents not to walk to, and from, the festival. There is no pedestrian access to and from Leeds Festival. Please do not walk to the festival, due to safety concerns and, instead, use the regular shuttle bus provided which will run between the pick up point at the bus stop outside the Red Lion and the Purple Gate. Residents will be issued with wrist bands to prevent non residents using the shuttle bus.

This proposal from Festival Republic has support from Bramham Parish Council and is fully supported by West Yorkshire Police. We hope you welcome the proposed changes and hope you enjoy Leeds Festival if you are attending this summer.

Further information for those attending will follow as and when information is provided by Festival Republic