Come along and join us at this venue that the D.A has not been to for several years!
Minety a small quite rural village with pub walks and a quiet cycle route. Minety is a village in North Wiltshire, between Malmesbury (6 miles to the west) and Swindon. It takes its name from the water mint plant found growing in ditches around the village.
Trapped in-between the towns of Malmesbury and Cricklade, Malmesbury is a market town and civil parish in the southern Cotswolds in the county of Wiltshire whereas Cricklade is a small Cotswold town and civil parish on the River Thames in north Wiltshire, midway between Swindon and Cirencester. It is the first town on the Thames as it flows towards London.
|Date||4 to 7 May 2018. Site opens at Noon.|
|Status||Event is CANCELLED|
|Location||Woodward Farm, Minety, SN16 9PW (map).|
|Directions||Directions from Cirencester
A419 from Gloucester to Cirencester past Cirencester Exit A419 Sign Post Cricklade Straight on to T Junction turn left into high street down high street turn right sign post Malmesbury B4040 carry on a couple miles at cross roads. With pub Straight on for about 1 mile turn right into Dog Trap Lane. Follow D.A signs to site.
|Stewards||Dave and Squib.|
|Site Fees||£7.50 pun.|
|Site Facilities||Own Sanitation Required.|
|Booking Instructions||Not required.|
|Enquiries||Dave and Squib on D.A. phone 07562 392 454.|