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  1. I am planning our journey to the IOW festival this year 2018. We have not been before. I am concerned about possible traffic problems and missing my slot on either the RIB boat or ferry. Can anyone tell me if there are likely to be traffic delays on the mainland. We are coming from Buckinghamshire via the M3 and M27, and have no idea how much of a factor to build in for traffic. Thanks for any experiences in previous years.
  2. maclauk

    Escaping the car parks

    Nothing has left pink 47 in 15 minutes
  3. fewcloudy

    Avoiding Bristol on route?

    Each time I've driven to Glastonbury (down the M6 then M5) the sat nav takes me directly through Bristol. It's a terrible part of a long drive, and takes ages. What is the perceived wisdom on this from those that know the area better than me? Is there a bypass as such, or maybe just a better way? And if so, what postcode/s could I put in to take me in this different direction? This year I'll be doing it on Saturday morning about 11am, so hoping that no rush hour must surely help? Cheers
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