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Q – How do I find The Great Rempstone Steam and Country Show?

A – Turn Post Farm is located on East Road, which is on the outskirts of Wymeswold village. It can be easily accessed from all major routes including the A46, A6 and M1. See our find us page for more details.

Q – What time are you open?

A – We are open 10am – late on Saturday and 10am – 5pm on Sunday.

Q – Is parking available?

A – Yes there is lots of free parking available. Disabled parking is also available, please display your blue badge. Please follow the signposts to the Rally where a friendly member of the team will direct you.

Q – Can I bring my dog?

A – Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome. Please clean up after them and do not leave them in your car or vehicle. Why not enter them into our dog show!

Q – Is the ground even/uneven?

A – The show is held on farmland and is uneven in the majority of places. Please wear suitable footwear and take care when you walk around the show.

Q – Do you provide mobility scooters?

A – This year we have teamed with with Modern Mobility to offer scooter hire. Please visit the Modern Mobility website for more details. Please note scooter hire does not include the show entrance fee.

Q – How do I book camping?

A – See our caravan/camping page for information and a booking form. We only accept advance bookings only, there is no pay on arrival.

Q – Are there refreshments available?

A – There is a licensed bar, catering outlets and a tea room within the event offering a good variety of choices.

Q – Are there cash machines onsite?

A – No, we do not provide this facility. The closest cash machine is in East Leake.

Q – Is there a shop onsite?

A – No, the closest shop is in Wymeswold village.

Q – Where can I find First Aid at the Rally?

A – The on-site First Aid service is located near the gate between field 1 and 2. If you need any assistance over the Rally weekend, please don’t hesitate to speak to a member of the organising committee who will be wearing red t-shirts.