Programmes are available to buy near the entry gates and cost £2.50. Inside you will find all the information you need for the day. This includes time tables of events, a map of the showground, list of stall holders and information about all our kind sponsors and supporters.
There are no cashpoints on the showground. The nearest are located a few hundred yards away at TSB in the Market Place and The Co-Op on the High Street.
There are numerous food and drink outlets at the Hadleigh Show, as well as picnic benches for your use. Coffees, ice creams and strawberries and cream are also available as well as a licensed beer tent. Don’t forget to visit the Food Hall to immerse yourselves in all sorts of culinary treats.
Baby changing facilities are available in the toilet blocks either side of Grand Ring 1. Please refer to the map in the centre pages of the Show programme for the exact location or ask a Steward who will be happy to help. Play Out, Hadleigh also offer a baby feeding and changing area near the […]
Toilets, including disabled access, are located in blocks on either side of the Grand Ring 1. The toilets are clearly signposted and marked on the map in the centre pages of the Show programme. Alternatively, please ask any Steward for directions.
Yes. We are delighted that Event Mobility will be at the Show. They will be providing electric scooters and manual wheelchairs for disabled, elderly and mobility impaired visitors. To reserve an electric scooter or manual wheelchair, you must book online at www.eventmobility.org.uk and print out an advance booking form from the website. Alternatively, please contact […]
Yes. Forward Parking for all Blue Badge holders is available. Please show your Blue Badge to a Parking Attendant who will direct you to the closest space available to the show ground.
There is free parking in fields both sides of the showground (Hadleigh and Layham). Please note that there may be a delay gaining access to the car parks at peak times and your patience is very much appreciated. Likewise, the main routes to the show are via small country lanes and therefore can get congested. […]
Dogs are welcome. However, they must be kept on a short lead and are not allowed in the marquees. Please clear up any mess.
Gates are open to the general public from 8am. Entry to the showground closes at 4.30pm.