The Torphichen Inn Presents the Torphichen Folk N' Ale Festival 17'!
Situated in the picturesque village of Torphichen, the Torphichen Folk 'N Ale Festival will take place on Friday the 18th & Saturday the 19th of August 2017 in Torphichen! With live music from 2pm - 10pm, the festival is looking to be a fantastic event!
Performers will include the infamous Eddi Reader, Scocha, North Sea Gas & many, many more!
Tickets for the 2 day festival will cost £80pp for the two days and offer drink and food tokens (2 x main courses and 2 x burgers plus 10 x ales/craft beers courtesy of local brewers such as Alchemy Brewing and Krafty Brew.
And for just £20 extra you can book 2 nights camping at the local Craigs Camping Centre where you can enjoy excellent facilities including showers and toilets - hurray!
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For more details please visit the Torphichen Inn website, check their Facebook page or call Kenny Craig on Tel. 01506 652826.
The village of Torphichen is located in the picturesque Bathgate Hills, north of Bathgate and south of Linlithgow.
From the West
Exit the M8 at Junction 4 / A801. At the roundabout take the first exit for A801 (Bathgate B7002/Armadale A89). For the next 4 roundabouts keep heading north, following signs for A801. Take a slight right for the A706 and a sharp right into B792 into Torphichen.
From the East
Exit the M8 at Junction 3A/A89 (Bathgate/Livingston West). At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto A779/Starlaw Road heading north, at the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto A89/Edinburgh Road, at Guildehaugh roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Kirk Road, head onto Marjoribanks Street, turn right onto Hopetoun Street and then immediate left onto Torphichen Street. Head straight on at the next roundabout, continue on the B792 for less than 2 miles and you will arrive in Torphichen.
From the North
Exit the M9 at Junction 4 taking the A801/A803. Follow signs for A801 (Livingston/Bathgate) until you turn left onto the A706 then a sharp right onto B792 which will take you direclty into Torphichen.
If you are heading directly to the Craigs Camping & Training Centre to set up camp/park your motorhome, then don't drive right into Torphichen. When you are still on the A801, just west of the village, at the last roundabout (where the B8047 and A801 meet, take the A801 exit and then immediately turn right into the Camp site. It is signposted.