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Contact the Faeries.....

Festival Location


Great Betley Farmhouse,

Betley Lane, off Stonepit Lane,

Henfield, West Sussex, BN5 9QT


Set in the beautiful Sussex countryside, on the Downs Link Bridleway and bordering the stunning South Downs National Park, Henfield is a classic English village with a remarkable history. Whether you love walking, stepping back in history or simply want to enjoy some fabulous locally-sourced food, Henfield is the perfect destination.

This attractive West Sussex village has a rich heritage offering some delightful hidden treasures that are well worth exploring. With all the amenities of a town, and the charm of a country hamlet, Henfield has a diverse range of independent shops, cafes and pub restaurants.

Great Betley is nestled among the beautiful Sussex countryside, in 200 acres of fields and runs alongside the Rover Adur.

By Road:
Henfield is on the A281, between Horsham and the A23. It is easily accessible from Brighton, Shoreham or Worthing from the A23 or A24, or from London via the M23.

Free parking is available at two public car parks, one situated on the west side of the High Street by the Public Library, and the other on the east side adjacent to the Henfield Hall. Both are signposted from the High Street

By Bus
There are regular bus services to Brighton and Horsham (No. 17), Burgess Hill and Pulborough (No. 100) and Worthing (No. 106). For full details of all local bus routes and timetables see

By Train:
The nearest train station is at Hassocks (5.6 miles). Alternatively you can get the train to Brighton or Horsham and the bus on from there.
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