Please note that the information on this page does not relate to the current festival.
The Cambridge Winter Ale Festival site at the University Social Club is well served by public transport. There are several Citi bus services that operate up to once every 10 minutes, as well as district services, from Peterborough, Huntingdon, Haverhill, St Neots, Bedford, Saffron Walden, Ely, Newmarket and Soham.
Cambridge has good train services from London, Norwich, Ipswich, Peterborough, Midlands and the north of England.
Every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the following information. It is provided in good faith and you are reminded that public transport can be subject to delay.
The information on this page is correct as of 16 January 2018.
We are not aware of any service disruptions. However, for up-to-date information on timetable amendments, road closures, route introductions and other changes, check the Stagecoach Updates and Whippet News pages.
Getting to the festival
The Traveline website has a good multi-modal Plan Your Journey service. Use the club’s postcode of CB2 1RX as the destination postcode.
The following buses pass close to the festival site:
- Silver Street & Pembroke Street
- Whippet: ‘U’ (Universal)
The following buses operate to/from Cambridge Railway Station
- Stagecoach: Citi1, Citi3, Citi7, Service 13, Babraham Park and Ride, Guideway ‘A’
- Whippet: ‘U’ and Guideway ‘C’
The following trains companies operate to/from Cambridge Railway Station
National Express operate several long distance coach services to Cambridge, Parkside, which is a short walk from the festival site.