Open air concert venue.
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
This is an outside concert area shaped like a bowl for concerts. It is grass but they lay a path down for wheelchair users from the special entrance for them near the stage. There is a raised platform area with a graduated ramp access with chairs for carers. Not too crowded at our gig to see the Foo fighters
Transport & Parking
There is disabled parking near the stage which you have to book in advance or you can do what we did and spend the night at the nearby Premier inn, 5 mins walk away.To come from the train station is difficult as a long walk or by taxi which can't drop you nearby so still a walk.
Special entrance with paths over the grass to raised area for wheelchairs. Good view of stage.Getting out more tricky as the entrance then turns into an exit for everyone, luckily a man let us through a gate to prevent me getting crushed.
Didn't use it at the ground, it was portaloo with a ramp.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
I would go again and stay in the premier inn nearby.