16 - 17 - 18  September 2011


View The BIG F Venues in a larger map
Getting To The Isle Of Bute
You can now plan your Festival and trip to The Isle Of Bute
The Programme below is also available for download

     How To Import The Venues To Your Google Maps

iplease click  The BIG F Venues for location of venues you can also tour the island virtually

If you wish to view The Isle Of Bute in 3D right click pon the larger map, zoom in and - (right click map and click (3D Mode On)   make sure u have your 3d Glasses
Bute Local Cabs

AA Taxis

Contact: 01700-502275

John McBride
Taxis
Contact: 01700-503000

Sandy Ross
Contact:
01700-504224

Charlie Sweet
Contact: 01700-504000
Bute is a beautiful pastoral island on Scotland's West Coast, only 30 miles from Glasgow, our island offers all the benefits of a Scottish Island without the tiresome travel arrangements of destinations further afield.

Getting There By Railway
Regular service from Glasgow Central station via Paisley Gilmour street station
(for Glaasgow Airport) to Wemyss Bay.
Ferry there to Rothesay on to the Isle Of Bute.

Getting There By Car
From Glasgow take the M8 westbound, then take the A78 southbound to Wemyss Bay.
The Ferry departs regularly - Details Below
Parking is available in the train station or  opposite the Esso petrol station.

Getting There By Ferry
From Wemyss Bay Pier, 30 minute crossing to Rothesay on the Isle Of Bute every 45 minutes.
No advanced booking necessary.
Alternative ferry service from Colintraive (on the Cowal Peninsula) to Rhubodach on the north of bute, 5 minute crossing - see

www.calmac.co.uk (Calmac Ferries)

Scot Rail (Rail Link)

Calmac Ferries (Ferry Time Table)

Glasgow Airport (AirPort)

Google Maps (Directions)

Local Bust Service (West Coast Motors)