The Location

Surrounding Area

8 miles from the school is the small town of Glastonbury, world famous for the annual music festival and also for its connections with King Arthur, mysticism and magic!  The Tor is well worth a visit though you'll have to walk up.


About Millfield School

Millfield School is a remarkable place.  From its foundation in 1935, with six princes brought from India, Millfield is today one of the leading UK independent schools for boys and girls, aged 2-18 years. 

Millfield is an inspirational school where pupils are celebrated for who they are, and encouraged to reach their personal best.

How to Travel to Millfield School

This PDF gives information about how to get to Millfield if you are travelling independently.

If you would like us to try and arrange a coach transfer for you from Heathrow Airport on Sunday 18th August, please send your flight details to as early as possible. Please note that you may need to wait some time at the airport and we may not be able to accommodate all requests. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer transfers from other London or regional airports.

From Bristol Airport, you can either take a taxi or catch the Bristol Flyer to Bristol Temple Meads station. The 376 bus leaves from the main road outside the station every 30 minutes and stops at Street Library. From there it’s a 10 minute walk to Millfield (or a short taxi ride).

Information about local taxis can be found here . If you would like us to book a taxi for you, please contact Will Aeroport Transfers. Taxis do tend to get booked up in advance so it’s best to ask early.

The Local Town: Street

(resource from Wikipedia)

Street is a large village and civil parish in the county of Somerset, England. The 2011 census recorded the parish as having a population of 11,805. It is situated on a dry spot in the Somerset Levels, at the end of the Polden Hills, 2 miles south-west of Glastonbury. There is evidence of Roman occupation. Much of the history of the village is dominated by Glastonbury Abbey until the Dissolution of the Monasteries, and indeed its name comes from a 12th-century causeway from Glastonbury which was built to transport local Blue Lias stone from what is now Street to rebuild the Abbey, although it had previously been known as Lantokay and Lega.

The Society of Friends had become established there by the mid-17th century. One Quaker family, the Clarks, started a business in sheepskin rugs, woollen slippers and, later, boots and shoes. This became C&J Clark which still has its headquarters in Street, but shoes are no longer manufactured there. Instead, in 1993, redundant factory buildings were converted to form Clarks Village, the first purpose-built factory outlet in the United Kingdom. The Shoe Museum provides information about the history of Clarks and footwear manufacture in general.

To the north of Street is the River Brue, which marks the boundary with Glastonbury. South of Street are the Walton and Ivythorn Hills and East Polden Grasslands biological Sites of Special Scientific Interest.

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Previous EdYOUfest Locations

2018 – Street, UK – Millfield School

2017 – Paris, France – Auvers-sur-Oise – Guest House

2016 – Palermo, Italy – Baia del Corallo resource

2015 – Genova, Italy – NH Central Hotel

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