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St Mary’s Church is on the north side of Beverley Town Centre:

For those coming from the South and West, these instructions start at the north end of the Humber Bridge. Take the A164 north and follow the signs for Beverley. As you come into the town, there is a distinctive double-mini-roundabout. Go straight over and soon after that the road you are on becomes one-way, then narrows considerably. As you arrive at traffic lights, you can see St Mary’s Church (the main festival venue) right in front of you.  There is plenty of on-road parking (pay and display), which has a four hour limit up to 6 pm, after which it is free.

From the North, A1M junction 47 take the A59 to York Ring Road (A1237). Go south to where it meets the A64, then take A64 north until you find the exit for the A1079 (Hull). Continue on the 1079 until you have gone through Bishop Burton, then at the next roundabout take the A1174 into Beverley, which goes over the Westwood (a common grazing pasture, there may be cows on the road). At the traffic lights turn right and go through the North Bar (old barbican gate – quite narrow). St Mary’s church is 200 m on the left (see above for parking).

The Hexagon Music Centre is the venue for our workshops~

From St Mary’s Church; take Hengate (the road at the South side of the Church) to the traffic lights, and go straight across onto Norwood. Once you have crossed the railway line, take the first right, then round to the right again. This is Coltman Avenue, and the Hexagon Centre is on the left-hand side.

The Minster, which we use occasionally, is at the south end of the town, and visible for many miles in all directions as you approach the town. It is well signposted too.

Public Transport
There is a regular train service from Hull Station to Beverley, with trains approximately every half hour in both directions for most of the day. There are trains after 9.30pm for getting home after a concert.

Book your train to Beverley with Hull Trains and you won’t be charged booking fees and you can collect Nectar points.

If you require accommodation or details of places to eat in Beverley and the surrounding area, please e-mail Beverley Tourist Information Centre or visit