Neighbourhood Weekender 2023: How to get to Victoria Park pick up point, postcode, shuttle bus, parking & train

With Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 just around the corner, here’s everything you need to know about getting to Victoria Park

Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 is almost here and many people will be looking at how to get to the event. Thousands will be descending on Victoria Park in Warrington over the weekend of May 27-28 for a weekend of great music which includes headliners Paul Heaton and The Kooks.

The festival has teamed up with National Express to offer coaches to and from the event, with Neighbourhood Weekender also available by foot, bus and train. The almost sold out festival also has a designated pick-up and drop off point if you are getting a lift to the event.

Here’s the best ways to get to Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 at Victoria Park.

When is Neighbourhood Weekender 2023?

Neighbourhood Weekend 2023 is just around the corner with over 25,000 people expected to descend on Warrington for the festival. The event will run on Saturday May 27 until Sunday May 28 with timings for performances yet to be released.

Where can I get picked up or dropped off at Neighbourhood Weekend 2023?

Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 will have a designated pick up and drop off point at the Sir Thomas Boteler School. The postcode for the school is WA4 1JL and there will be festival signage towards the school.

The festival has advised that there is no residential parking including other roads or areas to wait to drop off or pick up.

How can I get to Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 by bus?

Two local bus services run close to Neighbourhood Weekender 2023. Festival goers can get the Number 1, 47 and 42a bus services which stop at Knutsford Road Victoria Park.

The journey is about a five minute ride from Warrington Bus Interchange which is located at Warrington Central train station.

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Here are the best ways to get to Neighbourhood Weekender 2023

How can I get to Neighbourhood Weekender by train?

You can get to Neighbourhood Weekender by train leaving both Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria. The best route is from Manchester Piccadilly to Warrington Central which takes about 20 minutes.

An alternative option is to travel from Manchester Victoria to Warrington Bank Quay. From both stations, the Number 1 bus can be taken to reach Victoria Park.

Can I walk to Neighbourhood Weekender?

It is a short walk from Warrington city centre to Victoria park if you want to walk to the event. The walk should take around 20 minutes from the centre or around 25 minutes from either of the two train stations.

Where can I park for Neighbourhood Weekender 2023?

A car park for Neighbourhood Weekender can be found at the Sir Thomas Boteler School. The postcode for the school is WA4 1JL but parking is very limited and the festival is advising festival goers to use public transport.

The car park is roughly a 15 minute walk to Victoria Park and you must have a pre-purchased car park ticket to gain entry to the school car park. Tickets for the car park can be purchased for £11.25 per day or £22 for a full weekend pass on the GigsandTours website.