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About Us

The Great Rempstone Steam & Country Show initially started with the gathering of a few like minded friends at the premises of the local ploughing and agricultural contractors Beeby Brothers of Rempstone in order to raise money for the Blind Institute.

Since 1956, the organising committee has worked hard to continue to bring a show for all the family to enjoy whilst never losing sight of that original intention, the Rempstone rally team have raised several hundreds of thousands of pounds in order to support various local and national charities.

Each year the organising committee try to bring something new or different for visitors and exhibitors to enjoy, be it Vintage fairground machines, Vintage or Classic cars, farming or agricultural machinery of yesteryear or the glorious display of Steam Engines – we endeavor to make sure there is something for all ages to enjoy – be it the kids or the even bigger kids!

We welcome everyone to come and join us for the day or the weekend – as a visitor, a camper, an exhibitor or if you fancy giving us a hand why not volunteer.

We hope to see you in July and would like to thank everyone whose supported us over the last 68 years.

Rempstone 1956 -BE7518 McLaren 1421-1913 Captain Scott 8hp 11Ton 15cwt JW Blagg Whitwell.

Rempstone 1956 -LG 8784 ‘Revival’ Foden 13484-1931 7Ton R Waterford Hetten le Hole.

Rempstone 1956 -TL2366 Ransomes Simms & Jeffries 42036-1932 7hp 9Ton 15cwt Sage & Ford Leics.