Getting here and access

Travelling by our free shuttlebus service

Free shuttlebus will be running between Whyteleafe and Caterham train stations. The timetable has now been published. The shuttlebus will drop visitors off at the top of Victor Beamish Avenue at the Junction of Salmons Lane. A map with detailed location of the bus stops has now been published.

Train

The closest stations to Kenley Common are Whyteleafe South, Whyteleafe Rail Station and Upper Warlingham Rail Station. All are within a 15 minute walk of the eastern edge of Kenley Common.

Car

There will be free limited grass parking available on Kenley Common via Hayes Lane. Our map for directions on how to access the parking can be found here.

Please do not use Victor Beamish Avenue as this is for pedestrians, stallholders and RAFA members only.

For disabled visitors please use the parking on Kenley Common as directed via Hayes Lane where you will be directed to a dedicated parking area close to the perimeter track.

If you choose to travel by car and park onsite you must vacate the site by 5pm as the gates will be closed. Parking is at your own risk.

We will have dedicated trained traffic management staff onsite at Victor Beamish and the entrance from Hayes Lane, please do ensure you observe all instructions given by these staff to ensure the health and safety of those in attendance.

Bus

The Metrobuses 409 and 411 runs from Croydon towards Caterham and stops by Kenley Common on Whyteleafe Hill and the 466 bus stops in nearby Caterham-on-the-hill at the Tesco (15 minute walk to the air-field which is sign-posted as ‘RAF Kenley Tribute’ or you may see signs for ‘Surrey Hills gliding club’.

Accessibilty

Due to the nature of the site, some parts of the perimeter track and commons are inaccessible for wheelchair users. We do provide disabled parking, facilities and a land train for visitors to get around the site  to ensure everyone can access the event. Please speak to a member of the team if you have any enquiries kenleyrevival@cityoflondon.gov.uk

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