Disabled toilets?2022-04-13T14:31:41+00:00

Disabled toilets are available across the showground – please see the show programme map for exact locations.


On leaving the show, the ambulances will pick up from either of the two drop off points and take you back up to the main pay booth again. The ambulances will run from 8am until 6pm. If an ambulance is not there waiting, please be patient as they have to drive round the perimeter of the showground which could take a little while.

Disabled visitors2022-04-13T14:30:07+00:00

There is disabled parking close to the pay booths in the main car park. If you display your blue parking badge, you will be directed to the appropriate car park (subject to availability).

  • The Society provides two private ambulances to transport visitors with limited mobility and their carer from the main pay booth down onto the showground. There are two stops where the ambulance can drop you off, either at the bottom of the hill or near the pool, beside Salop Mobility’s trade stand.

Scooters and wheelchairs can be reserved in advance of the show by telephoning Love Mobility directly on 0800 999 1925. There may be the possibility to hire on the day but to avoid disappointment please call Love Mobility in advance. www.love-mobility.co.uk;

FREE Crusade Travel2022-04-13T14:27:56+00:00

Shuttle bus service will run from Newport town centre bus terminal to Chetwynd Deer Park, from 10am, on the hour every hour, returning from the showground on every half hour, until 6.00pm. More details click here

Getting there and parking2022-04-13T14:26:38+00:00

Newport Show is held at Chetwynd Deer Park, Newport, Shropshire, TF10 8EU. The entrance to the park is from the B5062, Shrewsbury Road, and is clearly signed on show day. Parking is FREE!

There is extensive parking at the showground. Alternatively, you can “park and stroll” from Newport Rugby Club where parking is free.

Can i camp at the show?2022-04-13T14:25:47+00:00

Newport Show is a one day show so no camping is permitted.


Tickets can be purchased on the online on the day, however there are some great savings to be made when booking Early bird tickets before midnight Sunday, 3rd July 2022, visit the website for pricing.

Please remember to purchase your tickets before show day, #download online. Tickets can be purchased on the day either at the main pay booths or at the pedestrian gate before 4pm.We advise before show day.

Membership – for prices and benefits please visit our website. Membership can be ordered online at the reduced price before Friday, 1st April 2022, just click the link for more info.

Food Outlets2022-04-12T08:57:00+00:00

a wide choice is available in and around the show ground as well as the Festival of Food area.

For Babies2022-04-12T08:56:36+00:00

baby change facilities are available in all disabled toilets as identified on the show map in the programme.

What age range is a child?
Children between 5 years – 16 years.

My Child is under 5 years old – do I have to pay for them?
Children under the age of five are FREE


yes but must be on a lead at all times and they are not allowed within the livestock area. Look out for the Doggy Watering Holes dotted around the show ground.


it looks like it’s going to be a beautiful day – but plenty of the show is under cover so there’s endless things to do whatever the weather!

What’s on?2022-04-12T09:00:26+00:00

Take a look…

You can also buy our show programme on entry, an invaluable purchase on the day to ensure you don’t miss out on anything! The programme also includes our showground map.

Opening Hours2022-04-12T08:48:49+00:00

8am – 6pm

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