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Furcation 2023 - Space: The Final Fur-rontier

Getting There

Brean is well-served by most forms of transportation, including:

Rail and Bus

The nearest station is Highbridge & Burnham, however if you're coming by public transport, we recommend instead using Weston-super-Mare Station, as this has direct bus links via the number 20 towards Burnham-on-Sea, then riding to Hurn Lane bus stop. It's about 40 minutes. You'll likely need to change at Bristol Temple Meads or Parkway if you're coming from further afield.

The First Website has timetables for the number 20 service. Buses are approximately every half-hour.

We also have a route map available to help you visualise your journey.


The M5 motorway runs nearby, with junction 22 providing access to the town and Brean. Come off of the M5 at Junction 22 and follow the B3140 (this will be named Love Lane, Berrow Road and Barton Road). You will then deviate left onto Parsonage Road, which then links to Coast Road. Keep following this road and Sandy Glade will be on your right. It is quite easy to miss, so you will need to be on the lookout!

For those of you that have one of those new fangled Sat-Navs, the post code is TA8 2QT, or if you have a smartphone, you can use Google Maps to locate the site.


If you're flying in, Bristol Airport is the closest. We recommend using the First A3 Airport Flyer Bus Service to Weston-super-Mare which serves Worle, Congresbury, Cleeve and Bristol Airport hourly.

Buses are fitted with on-board WiFi, allowing you to sit back, surf the web and start your holiday early.

Once in Weston-super-Mare transfer to the number 20 bus service heading towards Burnham-on-sea disembarking at Hurn Lane bus stop. It takes approximately 40minutes. See details above for bus directions for further assistance.