Where is Furcation Held?

 

 

Our friends at John Fowler have let us return to their biggest park, Sandy Glade Holiday Park in Brean, North Somerset for Furcation 2020. This is a spacious park which is very close to the beach and has plenty of facilities to offer.

Most importantly, it's not in the middle of nowhere! There's motorways, and train stations, running real trains that didn't used to be buses! It's less than an hour from Bristol, so transport links are very well maintained.

 

 

Sandy Glade Holiday Park

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Sandy Glade is one of John Fowler's largest parks, featuring accommodation for hundreds of people in pretty much the same stuff you've come to expect - static caravans of various descriptions and a load of chalets and apartments too.

We have exclusive use of the park, meaning you get to take full advantage of its features including:

  • Heated indoor swimming pool
  • Sauna
  • On-site shop
  • Free Wi-Fi in the Clubhouse
  • Launderette
  • Amusement Corner
  • 'Chef's Corner' cafe

 

Come see the park that John Fowlers themselves call "A Big & Lively Park"!

 

 

Burnham And Brean

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Sandy Glade is situated between the towns of Brean and Burnham, the former being a small holiday resort and the latter being a larger holiday resort. Burnham has pretty much everything you need from a town, including big supermarkets, shopping, a seafront, a pier, and a beach we promise* isn't haunted.

Brean sands features a lovely wide stretch of sand just beyond the dunes. Just be aware that the Bristol Channel has the second largest tidal range in the world, so don't be surprised if you go out expecting sea and instead find miles and miles of mudflats. Don't go on them, seriously.

 

 

Getting There


Brean is well-served by most forms of transportation, including:

 

Rail And Bus


railThe nearest station is Highbridge & Burnham, however if you're coming by public transport, we recommend instead using Weston-super-Mare Station, as this has direct bus links via the number 20 towards Burnham-on-Sea, then riding to Hurn Lane bus stop. It's about 40 minutes. You'll likely need to change at Bristol Temple Meads or Parkway if you're coming from further afield.

 

Air

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If you're flying in, Bristol Airport is the closest - you'll need to then transfer either to bus or train in order to get to Brean. You'll need to use the airport shuttle service to go into Bristol itself then change there. Alternatively if you're coming from really far away and want to fly into Heathrow or Birmingham, you can do that too, but you'll then need to get another train to Bristol.

 

Road


roadThe M5 motorway runs nearby, with junction 22 providing access to the town and Brean. Come off of the M5 at Junction 22 and follow the B3140 (this will be named Love Lane, Berrow Road and Barton Road). You will then deviate left onto Parsonage Road, which then links to Coast Road. Keep following this road and Sandy Glade will be on your right. It is quite easy to miss, so you will need to be on the lookout!

 

For those of you that have one of those new fangled Sat-Navs, the post code is TA8 2QT, or if you have a smartphone, the Google Maps link is accessible by clicking or tapping here, or by looking at the handy little map below.