Useful information

160th North Somerset Show 2019
Bank Holiday Monday 6th May

If you would like to receive a schedule for any competitions at the 2019 Show, please send us an email and state which competition you would like to enter (Livestock, Equine, Poultry, Iron working, Shearing, Bees & Honey).


Adult: £18
Child (15 & under): £8
Children under 5 go free
Family (2 adults & 2 children): £45

Carer & PA Ticketing Scheme Only available in advance.

Timetable of Events:
A timetable, along with Show information and a map are available in the Show guide which can be purchased on the day.

2019 Show Timings:
The gates open at 9.00am and close at 5pm.

Getting to the Show: see here for more information

Car parking is free. Bikes are more than welcome and can be locked to the Heras fencing around the Show site, please use common sense and lock up your bike securely.

Accessible Facilities:

  • Forward parking is available for Blue Badge holders, this is on a first come, first served basis and due to demand, may not be available all day
  • Wheelchair accessible toilets are available across the site.
  • If you require medical help either report to any Steward or to the Secretary’s Tent. Medical facilities are available on the showground all day.
  • Motorised Buggies / wheel chairs – if you have brought your own wheelchair / buggie with you please advise the car parking attendants when you arrive, as space may need to be allowed for unloading / loading.

There is no facility for hiring motorised mobility scooters on Show day.

Dogs are welcome to the Show.

Dogs: please make sure that your owners keep you on a fixed lead at all times, that they clean up after you and that they do not leave you alone in a hot car, even with the window open.

Owners: Dogs are not allowed access to the Livestock lines or in the Food Hall. Assistance dogs are welcome in the Food Hall but not in the Livestock Lines for safety reasons. No dogs are to be left unattended in your car at any time – dogs die in hot cars.

Lost Children:
Please alert your nearest steward immediately if you find a lost child. If you have lost your child, please contact a steward or make your way to the First Aid tent.

First Aid & Emergency Services:
The First Aid tent is situated at the end of the cattle lines adjacent to the Secretary’s tent. First Aid is dealt with by Emergency Response Systems.

Lost Property:
All lost property should be handed in at / reported to the Secretary’s office.

Cash facilities:
To make our traders lives easier, please try and bring cash with you where possible. Some traders may have access to WiFi for card payment transactions but this will be the exception rather than the rule.

Health & Hygiene:
We want you to enjoy your experience of visiting the Show and to take advantage of the opportunity to see and interact with a range of animals. Generally show animals are very clean but there is a small risk of infection through animal contact especially for young children. Please use a common sense approach to hygiene when you have been touching animals or their pens and make sure that you and your children wash hands with soap and water and dry them with the hand towels provided, especially before eating anything. There are signs to hand washing stations around the show, if you are unsure where the nearest is, please ask one of the stewards.