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Public Transport

The Cambridge Comedy Festival will be held at Grange Farm, Abbots Ripton near Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire, 20 miles from both Cambridge and Peterborough and 70 miles North of London.

We are easily accessible by train (45 minutes from Kings Cross). The nearest train station to the site is Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. Huntingdon takes 45 mins on the train from London Kings Cross/St Pancras, and it costs around £30 normal return, £40 anytime return with trains leaving around every half hour.

A taxi from the station to site is 6 miles and costs around £15.

Where possible please consider using public transport to help reduce your environmental carbon footprint.

By Car
  1. From the A1/A14 Junction (aka Brampton Hut)
  2. Take the A14 towards Huntingdon Industrial Estate (ignore signs to Huntingdon)
  3. At next roundabout go straight over (signposted A141 March & Ely)
  4. Continue straight over the next three roundabouts.
  5. The last roundabout will have a huge Tesco’s on it.
  6. Shortly after, there will be a turning left (signposted Kings Ripton.)
  7. Take this turning and follow the road down to the next crossroads.
  8. Turn left towards Abbots Ripton (B1090)
  9. The Festival is about a mile on your right
Car Park

All customers driving to site are requested to purchase a car-parking pass per car in advance of travelling. We have specific car parks for both weekend and day ticket holders and both are very close to the main entrance. There is also a Blue Badge car park.

Full details and prices can be found on our website.


There is a dedicated drop off point that is only 200m from the main entrance. Signs and staffing will direct you to the right place.


The site is a farmland site with varying topography and ground conditions so an all-terrain wheelchair or pushchair will be required.

All routes in and out of venues, campsites, and various areas of the site will be wide enough for wheelchair access, however there are areas of the site with limited access due to slopes and rough ground. Stewards will be available to assist as far as possible.

We are an open-air event and weather conditions can dramatically affect the ground conditions, so make sure to check the forecast ahead and consider preparations you may need to make and any extra equipment that may be necessary.