Limmud Festival will be taking place by Pendigo Lake, near Birmingham, UK.
There are many options for getting to Festival:
We can offer several options for travel to/from Festival by coach. Exact timings and pick up locations will be released closer to the event.
- Friday 22 December: Limmud coaches will depart on Friday morning from Golders Green, Edgware, Borehamwood, Stanmore, Finchley Central, Victoria (Central London), Heathrow Airport, Luton Airport and Manchester.*
- Sunday 24 December: Limmud coaches will depart on Sunday morning from Golders Green, Edgware, Borehamwood, Stanmore, Finchley Central, Victoria (Central London), Heathrow Airport, Luton Airport and Manchester.*
- Wednesday 27 December: Return coaches departing Festival to Golders Green, Edgware, Borehamwood, Stanmore, Finchley Central, Victoria (Central London), Heathrow Airport and Manchester* on Wednesday lunchtime
Each coach is £33 per person per way, this includes an amount to enable us to carbon-offset the journey. Coach options can be booked via the registration form. If you’ve already booked your Festival place and now want to purchase a seat on a coach, please email email@example.com and provide your booking reference number in your email. Children under 2 can ride on the coach for free if they aren’t going to be needing their own seat. Please contact the Limmud Office for information on how to book this.
*Please be aware: All coach are available subject to demand. Limmud reserves the right to cancel coaches if there are insufficient bookings. Please book your coach places early to avoid disappointment.
Plan Your Travel Ahead of Limmud Festival
Flying into Birmingham International Airport
If you are flying into a London-based Airport, please look at our coach options from either Heathrow, Luton or London Victoria. You can also take the train from London Euston to Birmingham International Station.
Limmud Festival is within easy walking distance of Birmingham International Airport. The airport has a free monorail service between the airport and the train station, which is also connected to the NEC Building, and you can walk through during opening hours.
Taking the train to Birmingham Internation Station
If you are coming by train, we recommend you check the National Rail website for updates on planned engineering works and any strike action that could affect services to and from Birmingham International. When booking your train, make sure you buy tickets for Birmingham International, not Birmingham New Street, which is further away.
This year we’re partnering with our friends at Train Hugger. As well as encouraging festival goers to travel to Limmud by train, Train Hugger also plant a climate resilient tree, here in the UK every time you book a ticket. If everyone travelling to the festival booked through Train Hugger we’d help plant 1800 trees!
Pendigo Lake is conveniently situated near the M6 and M42, making the drive simple from either the north or south. Parking is available on-site at the Hilton hotel.
Limmud Participants can offer to share car journeys and travel together with other participants who may need a lift to Limmud Festival. If you are looking for a lift, or if you can offer a lift to another participant, we will release a sign-up sheet closer to Limmud Festival where you can add all your details and connect.
Please note that Limmud is not responsible for individual journeys arranged through the sign-up sheet.
If you have any further questions, please click here to email the Limmud Office.