WESTON AIR FESTIVAL: Where do I park and what roads are closed?

Crowds enjoying the Weston Air Festival.

Crowds enjoying the Weston Air Festival. - Credit: james walters

Tens of thousands of people are set to flock to Weston this weekend to enjoy the two-day free family festival.

A few photos of the Red Arrows and other aircraft during the weekend

A few photos of the Red Arrows and other aircraft during the weekend - Credit: Wendy Elson

Weston Air Festival and Armed Forces Weekend sees hundreds of thousands of people visit so traffic and parking can be a challenge close to the seafront.

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This year will feature Gazelle Squadron, Aerosuperbatics Wingwalkers, RAF Tutor, T67 Firefly, The Great War Team and RAF Red Arrows.

The exciting, action-packed programme will host an astounding line-up of aerial entertainment as well as trade stands, food, fair rides and charities.

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If you plan to attend the events, there are a number of things to be aware of: Road closures

Marine Parade will be closed to motorists between Royal Sands and the Sand Sculpture Festival during the event on Saturday and Sunday from 11am-7pm.

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Parking will be available on the beach at Royal Sands, please follow signs to Seafront South.

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Day parking is £10 per vehicle and can only be paid in cash.

There are alternative pay and display parking options which can be found at www.n-somerset.gov.uk

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The closest stop to the air festival is Weston Railway Station.

It takes 15 minutes to walk to the seafront and Beach Lawns.

Coach drop-off

For those travelling by bus or coach, there is a drop-off point on the Promenade, available until 11am and after 6pm.

Parking is available at Locking Road car park for £10 per coach. Disabled access

There is no disabled parking directly on the beach, however there are limited spaces along Marine Parade, so be sure to arrive early to guarantee a spot.

There is also disabled parking at nearby car parks.