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From the M5:


Take junction 23 towards Puriton, continue for 1 mile, then, at the bottom of the hill, turn left at the traffic lights towards Glastonbury, onto the Old Bath Road (A39).

Travel for 20 minutes to Walton (Main Street), then take the second exit at Sainsbury's roundabout onto Westway (A39) and continue on towards Glastonbury.

At the next roundabout, take the first exit onto the Causeway (A39) and then the Street Road (A39).

At a third roundabout, take the third exit onto the A361 and continue, past Morrison's, to a mini-roundabout, at which you will take the second exit (a right turn) up the hill towards Butleigh.

At the top of the hill, turn right onto the Butleigh Road and follow this road across the Levels until you reach a T-junction.

Turn left towards Butleigh Wooton (still on the Butleigh Road).

Continue towards Butleigh for 3 minutes. You will travel through the outskirts of the village and, just as you start to leave the village, you will see The Rose and Portcullis pub on your left.

Turn left immediately at the pub (onto Barton Road), continue for 500 metres, then take the second turning on your right, into Banbury Lane.

Banbury Meadow is the first (metal) field gate on your right.


From the A303:


From Exeter, head towards the Podimore roundabout and take the second exit towards Lydford-on-Fosse (A37).

From London/Andover, head towards the Podimore roundabout and take the fourth exit towards Lydford-on-Fosse (A37).


Follow the A37 for approximately 2.5 miles.

At the Lydford traffic lights (a crossroads), turn left onto the B3153 and continue into Keinton Mandeville.


As you leave Keinton Mandeville, passing the village shop on your left, take the right-hand turn signposted Barton St David and Butleigh (Barton Road).

Stay on the Barton Road and travel through Barton St David, passing the Barton Inn on your left.

Follow the road around a sharp bend onto Jarmany Hill, towards Butleigh.

Continue for just under 1 mile and, where the road forks (just after the signpost for Butleigh), take the left-hand turn onto Banbury Lane.

Banbury Meadow is the first (metal) field gate on your right.