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The Belgravia section is a difficult set up without a wheelchair. Narrow walkways, hilly, rocky, frequently muddy terrain. The residents there, however, are the best. They look out for artists and take care of them quite well. But even that wouldn’t compensate for the hard geography. I’d go to the Court, without question. Good luck to you.
I can only speak to the Court section of the show. It also has its terrain issues on the sidewalk side of the show. Also, first time artist traditionally are located inside the court area which can be a real mess if it rains. I strongly suggest you call Karen. She has been with the show for a long time and is a great person who will go out of her way to help you.
Ditto what Al said. Do not accept Belgravia. It is not accessible from the street. The set up is tough even for the rest of us, Stephanie. The navigation to and from your booth would be arduous and once you're there you would be locked in and unable to get out because of the walkways and the people on the sidewalks.
St James Court you can drive up to your booth -- unless they put you in the "inner court" -- so request not to be there. Some booths are on the street precisely, others up a small curb. Yep, what Jeri said -- Karen will be glad to help you.
I think there is a satellite show in the parking lot of the church around the corner. If so, no curbs or grass to deal with.
I just accepted the Belgravia Section, hope it works out, I will be traveling in from Denver, let me know if you need a hand. I have had good luck getting set up help from craigslist, whom I use for tent and pro panel wrestling, preferring to hang the work myself.