Here you will hopefully find the answers to our questions about our Classic & Steam Vehicle Show, if not please get in touch and we will do our best to help.
Where is the show?
The show is in Harman’s Cross, just off Haycraft’s Lane, BH19 3EB. We will have signs out during the weekend, but failing that follow the signs for the Harman’s Cross Village Hall and you will see the field.
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Do visitors need to pre-book
No, we are only asking exhibitors to pre-book to reduce contact between people and to reduce the amount of people needed in the pay gate. Visitors are welcome to come at any point.
Why does it cost £15 to exhibit?
Our show is very unique, we run this in conjunction for and with Swanage Railway. The £15 exhibit covers 2 adults to unlimited travel on the Swanage Railway line for the 3 days the show is on. Money collected from this show is then donated to Swanage Railway in our Christmas Presentation night.
Are dogs allowed?
Yes dogs are welcomed but please keep them on a lead whilst at our show.
How much is it for visitor entry?
£5 for adults, children go free.
Is there a car park for visitors?
Yes, we provide a car park for visitors to park their car which is just past our show field and just over the railway bridge, on the left hand side.
I’ve booked in with my exhibit but now it’s not able to come, can I still get my train tickets.
Unfortunately not. No exhibit, no tickets. If this is the case we suggest you get in touch with us immediately as we won’t be able to offer you any help on the day.
How old does my car/motorcycle need to be to exhibit?
Any vehicle which is over 20 years is welcome to come along.
Will there be stalls here?
Yes, we will have a selection of stalls for you to browse along with a food van, coffee van and cider stall.
Is camping available?
Yes, we have space for camping in the show field and more space across the railway line in the other field.
Are we allowed fires/BBQ’s at night?
The landowners have requested that there are No Fires permitted, BBQ’s are permitted but these must be off the ground.