The entrance to Living Crafts at Cirencester Park can be found by turning north off the A419 Stroud Road into Cirencester Park. The junction is about 1.5km southwest of Cirencester and the show vehicle entrance will be signed.C.
Please use the postcode GL7 6JT.
Parking for disabled drivers is right next to the entrance to the event. The majority of the show is on cut grass and gently sloping parkland and all the exhibition areas are accessible by wheelchairs. There are disabled W.C.'s on the showground.
Subsidised mobility scooters and wheelchairs will be available for hire at the event from Event Mobility. To reserve an electric scooter or manual wheelchair you can book on-line at www.eventmobility.org.uk, print out an advance booking form from their website or contact the office on 01386 725391 to request a booking form.
The main public car park is sited on grass right next to the showground. A parking area for disabled visitors is at the closest point to the show entrance.
A range of delicious refreshments will be available to suit all tastes from temporary catering facilities around the showground. They range from Eatons who offer a sit down afternoon tea with freshly prepared food to appetising festival style street food located around the show, serving everything from wood fired pizzas to vegetarian options.
Cirencester Park Polo Club will be playing in the Gerald Balding Cup Final on the Bank Holiday Monday. If you would like to enjoy the Polo as part of your day or find out more about the Club, please visit www.cirencesterpolo.co.uk
A shuttle buggy will be running along Broad Avenue between the event and the Cecily Gate entrance to the Park in Cirencester.
Tickets to Living Crafts include access to over 3,000 acres of beautiful parkland surrounding the event. Broad Avenue links the show area to the quintessentially English market town of Cirencester which is about 1.5km away. The park is open from 10.00am - 5.30pm.
Dogs on leads are welcome on the showground although they are not permitted in the refreshment tent. There are designated paths through the beautiful Parkland where dogs on leads are allowed but please note that dogs are not allowed to run free or stray from the dog friendly paths.