Pittenweem

Arts Festival

August 5th - 13th 2017

A celebration of the visual arts taking place in galleries homes studios and other venues throughout Pittenweem

Getting here and parking

Traveline:0870 6082608

 

Scotrail 01592 642394

 

Stagecoach:0845 7484 950

Car

 

Please do not take your car into the village.

 

The designated car park is located off the A917 and is clearly indicated by yellow AA signs. Cars should follow these to the Charles Street car park where our stewards will help you. A suggested donation of £2 on leaving helps to offset our costs of providing this secure, central facility.

 

There is no parking at the harbour for festival visitors.

Coaches

Coaches should follow the AA signs to the West Braes coach park & toilet facilities

Resident and business traffic access

The road to the harbour is closed to traffic except for residents and business access. There is no parking at the harbour for festival visitors. The road linking High Street and University Avenue is closed to traffic.

 

Visiting Artists

Artists may deliver and collect work at their venues but must return their cars to the car park even if they are in village accommodation for the 9 days.

Festival Shuttle Bus: park & ride

Dates & times TBA

The bus loops continuously (about 20 minutes) from the car park, via High Street, harbour and West Shore, returning by the main road to Charles Street car park.

 

The driver will stop/pick up on request and help with buggies and non-motorised wheel chairs. This service is free, but donations on the bus are appreciated.

Ovenstone Artists Studios and Cobalt Contemporary Gallery are 1.5 miles north of  Pittenweem and have their own parking area.

 

Facilities

Disabled parking, toilet facilities and cafe are available at Charles Street car park.

 

There are further toilets at West Braes coach park and at the harbour.

Please observe all signs; police and traffic wardens will be on hand to assist.

Visitors and exhibiting artists should not attempt to park their cars in the village. There simply is not enough room.

 

Please respect Pittenweem residents by using the designated car park.