Directions

Bovey Tracey is only 2 miles off the A38 Exeter to Plymouth Expressway.

Exit the A38 at Drumbridges Roundabout and follow signs to Bovey Tracey town centre.

Nearest train station Newton Abbot. Regular buses from Exeter, Torquay and Newton Abbot stop at Bovey Tracey

Parking

There are 3 main public car parks in Bovey Tracey. These are on Station Road (just over the river from the Devon Guild), adjacent to the Methodist Church on Le Molay-Littry Way, and Mary Street. Please follow AA signs and diversions for parking. We also have event parking at Mill Marsh Park, please follow Town Centre and AA signs.

Disabled Visitors:  All carparks have disabled spaces. It is possible to drop off disabled visitors at the bottom of Fore Street, where they can wait and sit, if needed, until their party arrives.

Venues

Fore Street: food fair and street food, Sat 2nd, 10am-5pm.

Methodist Hall: contemporary craft fair, Sat 2nd, 10am-5pm. From Fore St, the hall is just a few yards along Le Molay-Littry Way, on the right.

Devon Guild of Craftsmen: more craft events, Sat 2nd. Devon Guild is situated in Riverside Mill, at the bottom of Fore Street by the bridge across the River Bovey. 10am-5.30pm

Parish Church: concerts on the evenings of 1st and 2nd September. The Parish Church's full name is The Parish Church of St Peter, St Paul and St Thomas of Canterbury, which is understandably shortened to PPT! The Parish Church is on Bradley Road and is easily found by walking up to the top of Fore St, past the Town Hall and continuing on for a couple of hundred yards. You will find the Church on your left.

Baptist Church: lunchtime concert on Saturday 2nd. The Baptist Church is in Hind St. To find this, start at 'Union Square' in the middle of Fore St and walk between Lloyds Chemist and the Cromwell Arms. Turn right into Hind St and you will see the Church just ahead on your left.

The Nourish FOOD FAIR & Nourish CRAFT FAIR are FREE OF CHARGE.

Access

Fore Street: Fore Street is on a hill. The bottom section is gently sloping, leveling at the middle by Union Square. From there Fore Street gets steeper until the Town Hall.

Town Hall: There are 4 steps into the Town Hall and due to the nature of the building, there isn't easy access into the building for visitors using wheelchairs. The Ladies Toilets are on the ground floor and the mens are in the second floor, with at least 10 steps. There is no lift in the building.

Devon Guild of Craftsmen: Fully accessible with a lift to the 1st floor.

PPT Parish Church: There is level access to the PPT Church via the tower entrance. Ask stewards if you need assistance.

Baptist Church: There is level access to the side. There are 3 steps at the front door. Ask stewards if you need assistance.

Methodist Hall: This has a wheelchair ramp at the side (from the car park).

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