28-29 September 2019
As attractions for the Late Summer edition of the Adventure Overland Show are confirmed, they will be listed here.
In the meantime visitors can find additional information via the event's two Facebook pages ...
Adventure Overland Show Community (the chat section).
Q What are the show's opening hours for Day Visitors?
A 10:.00 – 17:00 Saturday, 10:00 – 16:00 Sunday.
Q When can campers start arriving?
A The gate officially opens Friday 21st September 2018 at 13:00, closes at 21:00 - thereafter due to safety reasons, a temporary 'holding area' operates until 09:00 the following morning. These timings are repeated on Saturday 22nd September 2018. This means that if arriving at the venue after 21:00 you can still 'get in', camp and avail yourself of the facilities (toilets, showers, etc.), entertainment (beer tent live music) and hot food from the catering outlets. In the morning you can then be booked in whether pre-paid or pay-at-the-gate.
Q How much is admission?
A £15 adults, under 16’s free of charge, thus negating the need for ‘family tickets’.
Q How much for parking?
A Free ... although donations to the car park staff's charity fund-raising (Macmillan Cancer Support) are always welcome!
Q Is Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse disabled-friendly?
A In the main, yes. From blue badge disabled parking to a lift and disabled ramps in the main grandstand. There is tarmac outside the grandstands complex, with camping on grass.
Q Are there any concessions?
A No, however, upon application pre-event (not on the day), carers accompanying wheelchair users are eligible for a complimentary pass.
Q Is there mobility hire available on site?
A Unfortunately we do not have any mobility hire on site at this event.
Q Are programmes available at the event?
A Single A4 information sheets are available upon arrival covering trade stands, seminars and general information.
Q Are there crèche facilities?
Q What is the medical/first aid procedure?
A First Aid personnel are located on site. Please advise a Marshal of any incidents.
Q Are dogs allowed?
A Yes, although on leads and ‘clean up’ is essential.
Q What facilities are available?
A There are several standard/disabled toilets housed within the grandstands complex and central brick-built building of the event campsite. There is mains water supply for campers, but unfortunately no electric hook-ups. Wheelchairs, mobilitity scooters, phones, etc. can however be charged at the Event Office.
Q Is there a cash machine on site?
A No, the nearest is the Shell service station in Evesham Road (10 mins walk, 2 min drive).
Q Can I take photos/videos at the event?
A Yes, however, unless prior permission is sought from the organiser, no drones may be used during the show.