Take a scroll to find some of the frequently asked questions by our visitors. If there is something you’re still unsure on, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will always adhere to the current government guidelines in place.
Please check the gov.uk website for more information.
The festival site is very accessible and is nice and flat. We have an easy access disabled toilet inside the hall on the site.
Under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult over 21
Children must not be left in any of the festival areas alone at any time – they receive a paper wristband on entry and you should write an adult’s phone number on the wristband should we need to contact you.
Please be prepared to show proof of age when buying alcohol.
The following forms of identification are accepted:
• Passport (Not a photocopy)
• Photographic Driving Licence
• Cards bearing the PASS hologram
Your safety is our priority and we’ve put in place all necessary measures to maximise public safety. All festival-goers will be subject to bag searches. Please be patient and pack light! We strongly advise you do not bring a bag into the festival area to avoid queues.
There is VERY limited, on-site car parking, we cannot guarantee a place, so please lift share, use a taxi, the bus, our bus stop called ‘Besthorpe opposite Morley turn’ 13 Turquoise Line is only a short walk via a pavement at the end of the road served by the First Bus Service and we’re only a short taxi journey away from two main train stations at Wymondham and Attleborough. Disabled parking is available. When arriving and leaving please respect our neighbours, thank you.
Please pay if possible by Card/Contactless Payment at the Wolf Brewery Real Ale & Cider Bar and the Smith & Pinching Gin Bar, most Street Food Stalls and most Makers Market Stalls also accept card payments, but you may want to bring some cash just in case.
Unfortunately there is no facility for camping, campfires or barbecues for visitors. There are plenty of local campsites including Walnut Tree Meadow Camping, Wymondham, Chestnuts Campsite, Fundenhall, Glamp & Tipple, Attleborough, more here UK Campsite Guide for Campers and Caravanners, Airbnb’s and hotels nearby.
With so many young children running around, dogs are not allowed on site.
Please do not bring your own food and drink as there are plenty of bars and street food stalls to provide this for you, we have added a new range this year including vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and coeliac, all for sale at very reasonable prices and we are raising money for our charities by charging the traders a pitch fee, so please support them – see our fantastic street food vendors who we have handpicked to join us to serve you delicious, tasty food – here Food & Drink for all the details.
Bags will be checked on the gate, any food or drink found will be placed securely for you to collect after the event. NO ALCOHOL is permitted. NO GLASS is permitted for your safety and particularly with so many little ones running around. Tap water is available through the day on request via the First Aid Tent.
14’s and under are FREE with a valid FREE Kids Ticket, which can be purchased from here and an accompanying adult over 21 with a valid ticket. Kids receive a wristband on entry and you should write an adult’s phone number on the wristband should we need to contact you.
Limited Edition Souvenir Morley Festival Beer Cups are available to buy from the Beer & Gin Tent for £1.
We are sorry, but tickets cannot be exchanged, transferred, re-sold or refunded.
We have security staff patrolling the event for your safety and security.
All public, working enclosed spaces, tents and marquees on site are no smoking. This includes electronic cigarettes. If you do smoke, please use the orange sand buckets around the site or the cigarette bin on the front of the hall to dispose of your cigarette ends, thank you.
Morley Beer Festival & Fun Day 2024 is taking place from 5pm to 11pm on Friday 21 June and from Midday – 11pm on Saturday 22 June at the Derek Daniels Playing Field, Golf Links Road, Morley, Wymondham NR18 9SU – Kids 14 and under are FREE
ADVANCE TICKETS ONLY – we sold out last year and tickets are already selling faster for 2024. We’re one of the best small family festivals BUY TICKETS
Early Bird Tickets at 2023 Prices for limited time only:
Includes entry from 5pm – 11pm Friday 24 June and free car parking
£12 + Booking Fee
Includes entry from Midday – 11pm Saturday 25 June and free car parking
£17 + Booking Fee
TEEN TICKET 15 – 17 yrs
Friday or Saturday
If not sold out, which is unlikely, day tickets only will be available on the gate for a higher price.
We have toilets both outside and inside including an easy access disabled toilet and baby changing facilities located inside the hall.
You can drive to the festival, preferably car sharing as the parking is very limited and cannot be guaranteed, the postcode is NR18 9SU for your SATNAV – we are on Golf Links Road or use 13 – Turquoise Line bus that drops you just around the corner , the bus stop is called ‘Besthorpe opposite Morley turn’ 13 a short walk away via a pavement served by the First Bus Service or a taxi.
There is a bus stop called ‘Besthorpe opposite Morley turn’ is at the end of the road a short walk along a pavement – see the latest bus timetables for the 13 Turquoise Line here First Bus Service
Please try to pre-book taxis where possible, as the taxi ranks at the railway stations may have limited taxis.
• Wymondham Taxis 01953 600125
• Station Taxis 01953 600007 • Taxis 600125 01953 600125
• Tan Cars 01953 602693 • Halo Taxis 07889 082322
• Red Cars 01953 600939
Taxi details will also be displayed in the Beer & Gin Tent at the festival.
There are two main train stations at Wymondham and Attleborough a short taxi journey away.
The Entrance Ticket Gate