8.00am - 6.00pm on Sunday 29th & Monday 30th August 2021
How much are tickets?
Concession (65+ and Students)
Child, 0 - 15 years (accompanied by a paying adult)
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 Town 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. Please do not leave dogs in the car.
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 disabled parking is limited so arrive early to ensure a space.
Can I hire a mobility scooter?
You are able to hire mobility scooters for collection and use at the Show. These will be situated by close to the key public entrances. Please contact Kardinal Independent Living on 01903 232326 / mobile: 07584 633713 www.kardinalindependentliving.co.uk to arrange hire before the Show. These can only be booked in advance.
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 email@example.com or call 01342 832307 for more information.
Yes, please do bring along your own picnic and enjoy it by the side of the rings or in the catering areas.
Where can I get food & drink?
There will be delicious catering units scattered across the Showground. This year we aim to have something for everyone, including vegan and gluten free!
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 tirelessly throughout the year to ensure that the grass is level, but please wear appropriate footwear and be prepared for uneven ground. Stilleto heels not advised!