Rockaway Park is home to a continually expanding community of creativity and grass-roots culture, set in a disused quarry. With artists’ studios, a Community Forest Garden, vegan café, music venue, rehearsal studio, sculpture park, School of Curiosity, creative workshops, plus regular art and music events, our mission is to build a fairer, kinder, safer world through engagement with ethical/sustainable practice in the arts, culture and environment. An array of artworks will be on display by members of our diverse and talented community, including graffiti art, sculpture and paintings.
Rockaway's vegan cafe serves delicious home-cooked food that's either grown in our Community Forest Garden or ethically sourced. Over the weekend, the cafe will be serving hot lunches, savoury snacks and cakes, plus hot and cold drinks. For more info, please visit https://www.rockawaypark.co.uk
All are welcome, including well-behaved dogs on leads. Parking is limited and costs £5. However, in bad weather, parking is non-existent. So, please take public transport or a taxi to visit us wherever you can. The 376 bus stops at the end of our road, at Cameley Road Surgery (Temple Cloud). This bus comes from Bristol, Wells, Glastonbury and many other locations. There is disabled access, disabled toilets and always free disabled parking.
You can contact Rockaway Park via
Tel: 07976 270598
Venue 15 - Rockaway Park
Eastcourt Road, Temple Cloud, BS39 5BU
Parking: car park £5 (Free disabled parking)
Disabled access & toilets.