Let’s Rock The Moor festival organisers pride themselves on the fact that their events are aimed at the whole family, with entertainment for everyone. Children can enjoy the “Let’s Rock! Playpen”, which includes tons of free stuff to keep the little ones occupied, including circus workshops with the BigTopMania Circus. Carters Steam Fair will be returning to Let’s Rock The Moor! again offering pre‐bookable tokens for their rides so you know exactly how much each ride is going to cost. There will also be multiple bars, plus a wide range of quality food outlets selling food from around the world. Let’s Rock! has been leading the way for quality, action‐packed, family‐friendly 80s music festivals since 2009. Don’t miss out on this chance for a retro blast with the very best of the 80s.
Marsh Meadow is located in Cookham, Berkshire.
Cookham has it’s own station, which has an hourly train service from Maidenhead or from Marlow and Bourne End. Maidenhead is on the main line out of Paddington to Reading and the West Country. Once you get to Cookham station, you should follow the road directly in front of you (so that the Nationwide Building Society is on your left) for a 10 minute walk to Marsh Meadow.
If travelling on the M40, take the exit at Junction 4 and follow the A404 towards Maidenhead. At the first exit, take the A4155 towards Bourne End. At the mini roundabout in Bourne End village, follow the A4094 towards Cookham. After travelling over Cookham Bridge, follow the ‘S’ bend and then take the first turning on the right into Cookham High Street. Follow the Yellow signs for free parking.
If travelling on the M4, take the exit at Junction 8/9 and follow the A404 towards Maidenhead. After the first roundabout at Bisham, take the first exit and follow the A4155 towards Bourne End. At the mini roundabout in Bourne End village, follow the A4094 towards Cookahm. After travelling over Cookham Bridge, follow the ‘S’ bend and then take the first turning on the right into Cookham High Street. Follow the Yellow signs for free parking.
General Admission £30 + booking fees