How much are tickets?

Tickets are on sale now and are valid for either day. Click here to buy.

  From 00:01h on

In Advance

Discount ends
at midnight on 23RD AUGUST

Adult £24 £21.60
Concession (65+ and Students) £22 £19.80
Child, 5 - 15 years (accompanied by a paying adult) £5 £4


What are the Show opening times?

8.00am - 6.00pm on Sunday 25th & Monday 26th August 2024

Can I buy tickets on the day?

Tickets will be available on the day but we advise purchasing them online to skip the queue. Buying online in advance also means you benefit from our early bird discount and tickets bought online can be used on either day. 

Can I get a free carers ticket?

When attending together with the adult or child they care for then a carer qualifies for free access to the show. Proof of carer status is required (this must be emailed to info@edenbridge-show.co.uk) along with details of the booking reference number for the party that the carer wishes to accompany, so please purchase the other tickets for your party first. The proof sent should be a copy of Carer's Allowance, PIP or similar DWP communication. 

Where can I buy tickets?
How do I get there?


The Ardenrun Showground is just off the A22 near Lingfield and Blindley Heath in Surrey and can be accessed by car or our complimentary bus service. It's easy to find and close to the M25 (6 miles south of Junction 6). It's clearly signposted. 

The bus service to and from the Showground will be available from Lingfield Station, and a second bus from Edenbridge Kent Station for local residents and visitors arriving by train.

Timings will be confirmed here but are expected to be every 30 minutes through the morning from the stations and every 30 minutes from the Showground back to the stations in the afternoon. This service will be free of charge!

Are dogs allowed on the Showground?

Well-behaved dogs are welcome on the showground but must be kept on a lead at all times and are not permitted in any of the livestock tents. Do not leave dogs in the car.

Is there a map of the Showground?

A map of the Showground will be available nearer the time.

Please be aware it's a large site and is mainly grass surface. The surface is uneven and sensible, flat footwear is advised. It's not the ideal site for wheelchairs, particularly in poor weather but mobility scooters are available for hire. 

Will there be Blue Badge parking?

Yes, we have specific accessible parking at the Showground. Please show your Blue Parking badge to any of the parking attendants and they will direct you to the nearest space. Please be aware that blue badge parking is limited so arrive early to ensure a space. 

Can I hire a mobility scooter?

Yes! You can hire a mobility scooter from Advanced Mobility by clicking here or by calling 01274 568131. Scooter hire costs just £30 per day.

We strongly recommend you book in advance as this is a popular service with limited availability. 

Advanced Mobility will be positioned at the public entrances on our southern and eastern sides; visitors requiring blue badge parking and wanting to use the scooter service are advised to follow the signs to Blue Gate off Ray Lane for closest access. 

How do I become a volunteer at the Show?

If you'd like to be part of the tremendous team of Show Stewards, then email info@edenbridge-show.co.uk or call 01342 832307 for more information. 

Many hands make light work!

Is there a charge for car parking?

No, parking is completely free.

How do I become a member?

Membership for the Show can be purchased here.

Can I bring a picnic?

Yes, please do bring along your own picnic and enjoy it by the side of the rings or in the catering areas. There are plenty of picnic benches on site and some super locations in which to enjoy your lunch. 

Where can I get food & drink?

There will be delicious catering units all across the Showground catering for all tastes and dietary requirements. Most of our catering stands have gluten free and vegetarian options. Don't forget to check out the Food Hall which is even bigger and better this year and which holds some real gems of local producers. 

Is there a cashpoint available at the Showground?

We operate a cashback facility - head for Entrance Gate 3C (near the birds of prey and the vintage machinery) where the team in the ticket sales booth will be pleased to help.  

Is there any hard standing at the Show?

The Showground is used for livestock grazing throughout the rest of the year and hard standing is limited. The majority of the Showground is grass, although the main track through the middle of the Showground is a hardcore road track. 

The Showground Team work throughout the year to ensure that the surface is prepared, but please wear appropriate footwear and be prepared for uneven ground. Stiletto heels not advised!

Is there public camping on site?

There is no facility for public camping at our site and all vehicles must be removed from public car parks overnight. Gates will be locked. We are happy to recommend local campsite Long Acres for caravan pitches and camping. Long Acres Website