Access and Child Safety

Lost Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy Show Rules re Dogs, Smoking and Photographs

The Aylsham Agricultural Show Association has its own Children and Vulnerable Adults (Safeguarding) Policy which you can find here.

The designated location for lost children is the Administration and Finance Marquee, adjacent to the Main Ring on the western side. If lost children are found, please contact a Show steward immediately.

All Show stewards have been instructed as to the procedures in the case of a lost child or vulnerable adult.

Well behaved dogs are permitted at the Show, but unless part of a display, must be kept on leads and any fouling cleared up. Dog poo or general bins will be available and marked on the Showground. Please, particularly if the weather is hot, do not leave dogs unattended in vehicles to overheat.

Smoking on the Showground only allowed in designated areas and well away from any inflammable items such as straw, gas cylinders/etc.

No climbing on  machinery and equipment on Stands or anywhere else without Standholders or Stewards permission.

Do not venture under or climb any trees.

Please wash hands in recepticles or toilets provided if you have touched any livestock, before eating and drinking.

Photographs will be taken at the Show which may be used for website and social media advertising (Facebook and Instagram). If you are also interacting directly with these platforms please do take the appropriate care. Parents not wishing images of their child under 16 to be included in any of these photos, please email:  [email protected]  and they will be removed from the relevant sites.  

Car Parking for Blue Badge Holders

Please display your badge prominently and the car parking team will try to give you forward parking, close to the main entrance gate. There are no separate disabled badges for the Show.

Early arrival may be wise.

Please be aware that there are no hard surfaces at the showground with mainly grass walkways and some uneven car parking surfaces. Please take care with wheelchairs and mobility scooters particularly in the event of wet weather. There will be an accessible viewing section adjacent to the Main Ring.

Registered Carers

It is the Show policy to allow a registered carer in free if looking after a child, or only charge for one person if looking after an adult. It is very helpful to the staff on the gates, if the carer’s ID can be shown.

Show Buggies and Land Train

The Aylsham Show provides a land train and a number of ‘golf buggies’ to transfer disabled and less able visitors from main entrance gate to key areas of the Show. Look out for the bus stops when you enter the showground after coming through main/members entrance gates.

These are kindly sponsored by Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park.

There will be two buggies specifically to take people from the admission gate to and back from the Food Hall, Cookery Theatre, and adjoining picnic area.


RevolOOtion - A Vehicle for Change

Previously known as the Mobiloo Vehicle, it will be on site again this year. This is a unique facility with electric hoist, toilet, sink and changing table.


Location will be shown in the Show Day Leaflet and the large tv screen on the showground.


For more details visit:

Mobility Centre

The Mobility Centre, Cromer will again have a trade stand at the Show and will be sited very close to the main entrance gate just inside the showground.

Available for hire at £35 per item will be mobility scooters, power chairs, wheelchairs and other equipment.


Please speak to Myrton Wood:
Telephone: 01263 513631
Email: [email protected]

Admissions/Advanced Tickets Sales Coordinator:

Fiona Hunter
[email protected]

Health and Safety Head Steward, Safeguarding, Equality and Diversity Officer:

Rob Lewis
[email protected]