Crowland and Thorney 1940s Weekend – Location

VENUE: Park Farm, Thorney, Peterborough, PE6 0SY
Use postcode PE6 0TF for Sat Navs and the vehicle entrance.


By road: Thorney is on the A47 between the city of Peterborough and the town of Wisbech. Access to the site is via the North Farm, Old Knarr Fen Drove. Use PE6 0TF for your Sat Nav.

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Please drive carefully and be aware that the speed limit through Thorney is 30 mph and there are speed cameras on the main road in the village.

  • Peterborough to Thorney
    No 36: 0710, 0910, 1110, 1310, 1510, 1710 from Queensgate bus station.
    First Excel: 0700, 0810, 0910 and hourly until 1810 then 1940, 2040, 2245.
  • Thorney to Peterborough
    No 36: 0705, 0905, 1105, 1305, 1505, 1720, 1920 from Queensgate bus station.
    First Excel: 0701, 0801, 0901, 1001, 1056 and hourly until 1756 then 1910, 2010, 2225.
  • Peterborough to Thorney
    No 36: No service
    First Excel: 0900 and hourly until 1900.
  • Thorney to Peterborough
    No 36: No Service
    First Excel: 0830 and hourly until 1830.

Trains: Peterborough is the closest mainline railway station.

Places to stay

Camping is available onsite but with limited facilities. Contact us for further information.

The nearest hotel is the Travelodge in the village of Eye, about five miles to the west of Thorney. Bed and Breakfast is also available at the nearby Oversley Lodge.

Ashleigh Lakes, ten miles to the north of Thorney or Deepings Caravan Park, thirteen miles to the west have camping and caravan pitches.

For further information please contact us here but please include ‘Crowland and Thorney 1940s weekend’ in the subject.

This page will be updated as the programme is developed. The programme is subject to change.

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