Can I bring my dog?
Yes – and it is free for them to get in as well!
Please bring your families, whatever their age! Everyone is free and it’s a great way to have a day out with children and grandparents. There are lots of attractions, lots of shopping with our trade exhibitors – from the RBL motorcycle branch and Classic Cars, fantastic shopping, craft stalls, children’s play area, vintage military displays, Artisan Foods and much more.
What time does the show start?
The gates are open to visitors at 9:00am and the show closes at approximately 5pm
Will I be able to find anywhere to sit down?
Numerous places - Seats are provided next to our public catering facilities which is well placed to listen to the music from the brass band while you enjoy your food and your feet enjoy a well earned rest.
Are there lavatories?
There are a range of male, female and disabled toilet facilities
Food & Drink
You could bring your own, but why not buy what you need from the food stand areas which sells everything from burgers to sandwiches at sensible prices.
A firm favourite with all our visitors is the Artisan Food Stalls. Local food producers will be joining us to promote and sell the very best of Welsh country food. Be sure to give them a visit and find something to take home and enjoy.
What facilities are there for disabled people?
We have looked at the question of facilities for our disabled visitors very carefully. Parking is reserved for a number of disabled visitors at street parking in Blackvein Road.
The park area is very wheelchair friendly with the whole area being flat. Some of the entrances to the park do have sloping paths but the RBL Show Marshalls at these entrances will be very helpful if asked for assistance. Please take every care as you enjoy the show.
Car Parks will be signposted:
1. Exhibitors Car Park
2. Show Car Park (including disabled access) located at Colleg Gwent Campus in Crosskeys