Visitor Information

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We are looking forward to welcoming you to the 2018 Show.  


How to get Here

The Newark Vintage Tractor & Heritage Show takes place at Newark Showground which is very easy to get to being just 1.5 miles from the A1.

Travelling By Car
Access can be from the A46, but the ideal approach is from the A17 which allows a longer build of traffic onto the 20 acre South-Eastern runway. The Newark Showground is only 1.5 miles from the A1 and offers many facilities and will be very well signposted over the Show Weekend.

Sat Nav Postcode: NG24 2NY
Click here for a map

Visitor Opening Times
Saturday 9am – 5pm and Sunday 9am – 3.30pm


Ticket Prices - PLEASE NOTE TICKET PRICES ARE HELD AGAIN THIS YEAR

Tickets ARE AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE by clicking on 'BUY YOUR TICKETS' on the Home Page here.  CLOSING DATE - WEDNESDAY 31 OCTOBER

 

  ADVANCE TICKETS
   PER DAY 

 
  GATE PRICES
  ON SHOW DAYS

  PER DAY
 

 
 Adults
 

 £10

 £12

 
 Annual Members* 
 

 FREE

 FREE

 
 Children under 17**
 

 FREE

 FREE

 

*Membership Benefits
Click here to download a Membership Form

 

** When accompanied by a paying adult.

Please note: there is an additional £0.50 admin fee when paying by credit/debit card


Camping

Visitors are welcome to camp in our designated public camping area.  Camping is charged at £12.00 per night.  You must remember to purchase either an advance ticket or on the gate ticket per person for admittance to the show.

Take advantage of our Weekend Experience Pass which enables you to camp on Friday, Saturday & Sunday night and have 4 adult admission tickets to enjoy the show on Saturday and Sunday - all for £60.00.  This advance offer is available until 30 October 2018.

Tickets can be purchased online by clicking on 'BUY YOUR TICKETS' on the Home Page here.

Car Parking
There is ample FREE hard-standing parking available for 4,000 cars and more space available for thousands more vehicles on free-draining, sandy based soil.

Show Facilities
Baby changing facilities are available in The Cedric Ford and the George Stephenson Exhibition Hall

Bars – licensed bars available in The Cedric Ford and the Joe Hallam building

Disabled Facilities: Disabled parking is available near the main Public entrance.  A Blue Badge will need to be shown to park in the disabled areas.  Disabled toilets and cloakroom facilities are available at Red Gate (main entrance), in The Cedric Ford, in the George Stephenson Exhibition Hall and the Joe Hallam Building

Dogs
Well-behaved dogs are welcome at the Show but they must be kept on a lead at all times and never left unattended.  Any dog mess must be cleaned up by owners.  No dogs should be left in a vehicle at any time.


First Aid – provided by Newark Community First Aid.

Lost Children
– To the First Aid sites

Members’ Lounge – Sir Stuart Goodwin building

Mobile Food – units are sited around the Showground

Press Pavilion – Sir Stuart Goodwin building

Public Catering: Available in the Restaurants in The Cedric Ford and the Joe Hallam Building, Tastes Bistro in the George Stephenson Exhibition Hall, Tastes Café in the Newark Pavilion  as well as at various points around the Showground

Toilets
– at Red and Blue Gates, south of the George Stephenson Exhibition Hall, Joe Hallam and The Cedric Ford.

WiFi on site

Signs around the Showground give details on how to access WiFi

 

 

Exhibitor news

We are delighted that we were able to persuade James Peck, Regional Communications Advisor with the NFU to be our guest speaker at the Saturday Night Do.  James’ talk is entitled, 'The other side of the fence - newshound to NFU’.

The NFU are great supporters of our agricultural society and the Show Team have all warmed to James since he took up this post in August.

As the regional communications adviser, James oversees all communications output for the East Midlands as well as dealing with press enquiries and interviews, editing the East Midlands edition of British Farmer & Grower and the regional website, as well as manning the NFU stands at country shows.

He was senior reporter at the award-winning Retford Times newspaper in Nottinghamshire and also worked on the Lincolnshire Echo/Lincolnshire Live and Target group titles in Lincolnshire for 16 years.

James lives in Uppingham, Rutland with his young family.

Thank you to everyone who has entered. We are delighted with the numbers and variety this year and are looking forward to welcoming you all to this year’s Show.

Lots of commercials and military vehicles entered this year so make sure you don’t miss them.

Only 6 weeks to go!!

Entry forms are now available - simply call us on 01636 705796 or download an entry form under Exhibitors.