Bramley, Hampshire has the M4 to the north and the M3 to the south. Boxing it in are the A340 to the west and the A33 to the east. The festival venue, St James’s Church, is clearly signed on Bramley Road, which runs through the village and links the A340 and the A33. For those using satellite navigators, the post code is RG26 5DF and the coordinates are 51.326146 N and -1.075261 W. Alternatively, to take you to the main entrance of the church, you can use the What3Words addressing system, which gives a unique three word address to every three square meters on earth, and search for “brisk.shampoo.overlooks”.
Beware! There are perhaps half a dozen Bramleys in the UK, the largest and best known being situated in Surrey. Go there, and you’ll be disappointed – and about 30 miles from your true destination. The festival is held in Bramley, Hampshire, which is about 12 miles south of Reading and five miles north of Basingstoke and not at all difficult to find – unless you’re heading into Surrey