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The Kenilworth Show - FAQ

Updated: Jan 3

What time does the show open?

The Kenilworth Show is open from 9.00 am until 5.30pm. Last entry to the Showground is 4.30pm

How much are tickets and how do I purchase them?

In light of the current Covid-19 situation, we can only offer advance ticket sales for the 2021 Kenilworth Show. There will therefore be no gate sale of tickets on the day. The price of Adult tickets for 2022 are t.b.c with all Under 16s FREE.


What measures are in place in light of the Covid-19 situation?

The health and safety of our visitors, exhibitors and volunteers is our priority. The Kenilworth Show is committed to ensuring a safe environment for all. We shall be following Government legislation and guidelines in relation to Covid-19.

The extra safety measures we shall have in place include

​Advance ticket sales only, your ticket will be emailed over to you to print at home

Track and Trace, recording all exhibitors, visitors and volunteers

Managing the flow through the showground

Widening the space around exhibits to create a safe environment with social distancing.

Providing additional wash stations throughout the showground

Following all current government legislation and guidelines

Handwashing & Hygiene

In addition to the Covid-19 requirements we always advise that anyone coming into contact with livestock washes their hands immediately afterwards. There will be additional handwashing stations around the livestock area. Disinfectant Mats are situated at the entrance to the livestock area and must be used upon entry and exit.


What do I do if I have lost something at the show?

If you lose or find any valuables/lost property on the showground please report/take items to the Secretary’s Office located next to the Members Marquee. We advise you not to leave your belongings unattended at any time. The organisers will not be responsible for any loss of property at the Show.


Lost property left after the day will be held for three months, after which time they shall be disposed of. Anyone wishing to claim lost items should contact the Show Secretary to arrange collection.

Are dogs allowed to the show?

Dogs are very welcome to the show, but are to be kept on a lead and under control at all times. Dogs are strictly not allowed in the Livestock areas. Dogs are not to be left in cars for any reason.

What catering & bars are at the show?

There are numerous catering units located throughout the showground supplying a variety of foods to suit all tastes.


What toilet and baby change facilities are there?

Toilets are situated at various locations throughout the showground. We also have some facilities for disabled visitors. Facilities for baby changing and feeding are also available.


Is there any Disabled Visitor Parking?

We have specific parking for our disabled visitors. Please show your Blue Parking badge to any of the parking attendants and they will direct you to the nearest space. Please be aware that disabled parking is limited so please arrive early to ensure a space.

Are there any cash facilities on site?

There are no cash machines on site. To protect both visitors and exhibitors we ask that, wherever possible, transactions are made by contactless payment methods.


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