Hucknall Beer Festival 2024 - Transport

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FIND US: Click here to see the John Godber Centre how to find us page for directions to the event

The festival is in the Portland Hall which is on the first floor. If entering via Ogle Street entrance the hall is at the top of the stairs. Alternatively use the rear entrance via the ramp at the side of the building or through the St Mary Magdalene Churchyard, same level from Hucknall high street and market place.

Nottingham Express Transit (NET), run tram services from Bramcote (Toton Lane), through Nottingham city centre and Nottingham train station, to Hucknall. If using trams from Clifton south, a change of tram is required in Nottingham City Centre.

Click here for NET tram service timetables and route information.
Click here to access our ticket types: Tickets (

Tram Stop and Frequency Guide
  • The nearest Tram stop to the Hucknall Beer Festival is the Hucknall tram stop. From this tram stop to the festival it is around an 11-minute walk.
  • Our tram frequency is around every 7 minutes. However, we always advise our customers to check our NETGO! app or social media channels such as Twitter and Facebook for service updates.
  • We always advise our customers to buy before they board. A customer can buy their ticket via our TVM screens or on our NETGO! app which available on apple and android devices.
TrentBarton and Stagecoach run bus services between Nottingham and Mansfield which stop in Hucknall. Trentbarton run a bus service from Ilkeston to Hucknall.
Click here for timetable information for Trentbarton's 3A, 3B, and 3C services.
Click here for timetable information for Stagecoach's 141 service.
Click here for Trentbarton's 34 service.

Roadworks Please be aware there are sadly road works on Baker Street at the bottom end of Ogle Street so the road is particularly busy if arriving by car as other vehicles divert up the road. If arriving on foot from Hucknall high street you will be faced with a closure at the market place however there is still a pedestrian crossing in place to the left of works to access us via the market place (either through the Churchyard to enter at the back or along Ogle Street to enter by the front door and stairs)

Carpark There is a pay and display carpark at the rear of the John Godber Centre which is free after 6pm for those with a designated driver bringing you. If you are leaving your car overnight (at your own risk) please ask the team for a permit as Friday and Saturday the pay and display begins at 7am and you may not be up that early! There is free parking on a Sunday.

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