An Affordable Family Day Out
Leyland Festival is committed to providing an affordable, fun day out for all the family.
With so much to see and do throughout the day, why not explore our What’s On page and plan your festival day.
Entry for the 2019 Festival remains at just £3 per adult and free for children 16 and under, payable at the gates.
Please note we accept cash only at the gates.
Advance Ticket Discount
Buy your tickets in advance to get fast-track entry and a discounted rate of just £2.50 per adult. Please note all tickets purchased in advance are non-refundable. Tickets are available from:
- Paces & Laces (Towngate)
- Leyland Market (off Hough Lane)
- Peppermint Cottage (Hough Lane)
- Market Ale House (Hough Lane)
- La Corte (Golden Hill)
- Hallmark Cards (Hough Lane)
- Solicitors Direct (Hough Lane)
- Flying Pig Pizza (various locations)
- Bewitched Fancy Dress (Chapel Brow)
- Leyland Library (Lancaster Gate)
Festival Timings and Locations
Choose Your Parade Vantage Spot
Leyland Festival starts with the spectacular ‘Greatest Show in Lancashire’ parade through the town centre. The community floats and walkers depart at 11:45 prompt from King Street car park, travelling:
- Down through Turpin Green Lane
- Turning on to Hough Lane
- Progressing on to Towngate
- On to St Andrew’s Way (round the back of Tesco)
- Then on to Church Road
- Finishing on Worden Lane.
The route will take approx. 60 mins to complete and finishes on Worden Lane.
The heritage vehicles/supercars depart from Centurion Way at 11.30am, drive on Stanifield Lane through Farington, assembling on Chapel Brow, they will follow the floats, taking the same route through the town.
Make sure you arrive in the town centre early to grab a good viewing spot! (and to take advantage of what our wide range of retailers and businesses have to offer too)
Once you have chosen your vantage spot for the parade, why not visit What’s On to discover what else is happening throughout the festival or our home page to read more about Kevin Simm our 2019 headline act.
Leyland town centre is the venue for all the Festival activities and entertainment. Once you are here, you will be able to walk between the town centre and Worden Park.
Leyland is in the heart of Lancashire and has excellent transport links:
Road: Leyland is just 2 minutes from junction 28 of the M6, just south of Preston.
Rail: Leyland station is only a short walk away to the town centre. Contact National Rail Enquiries – 08457 484950 or www.nationalrail.co.uk for more information on train times and routes.
Bus: There are regular services from the outlying areas of Preston and Chorley, with various stops in the town centre. the main shopping street for Leyland is Hough Lane, which is also part of the Parade route.
If you are travelling by car there are a number of town centre car parks available for the festival:
- Churchill Way
- Ecroyd Street
- Sumner Street
Please note: King Street car park will be NOT be in use on Festival day until after 1.30pm.
Disabled parking is available at the Festival site on Worden Park
More parking is available at Runshaw College, which is just a short walk from Worden Park. The college address is: Langdale Road, Leyland, PR25 3DQ
Please respect local residents when parking; do not block access to properties or driveways. Also follow any parking restriction notices.
LEYLAND FESTIVAL SPONSORS
Leyland Festival organisers and their representatives will be taking photos and/or film footage at the event. These images will be used by the Leyland Festival organisers in the following ways:
The events printed publicity
The events online publicity (including social media)