About the Show If you are looking for a fascinating and nostalgic family day out, look no further than the Weeting Steam Engine Rally and Country Show. Held annually the third weekend in July, the Rally features massed parades of steam traction engines, steam lorries, vintage tractors, heavy horse and fire engines, plus working steam-powered farmyard machines, a full-sized steam train, a model steam train which takes passengers round a track and small steam models. There are craft marquees and many trade stands to wander around at your leisure. We also work with the local community to provide free entertainment for children over in the Hub with a fenced-in safety zone by the main ring, alongside a number of museums and local organisations who host displays and interactive amusements. I don't think I can add to what's already been said but to add my Congratulations to the organising team! My event is always held after steam rally.
There are also static displays of vintage cars, motorbikes and military vehicles. Held annually the third weekend in July, the Rally features massed displays of steam engines and over 140 tractors, as well as trade and craft stalls, working demonstrations, vintage vehicles, a miniature steam railway, children's entertainment, restaurant and bars. To enable visitors to see all the attractions on the 170 acre showground, transport is provided, free of charge, in the form of specially built trailers, towed by tractors, fully accessible for disabled access. In the tractor field the Norfolk Mini Tractor Pullers Association will be holding a tractor pull. We will also be recreating some of our original programme entries from our original 1968 show! There are parades of steam traction engines and steam lorries, vintage tractors and fire engines. Dog Display Dog Display Britannia K9 Security and Training Display Team is a thrilling K9 show, interacting with the audience, and always draws a big crowd.
We will be providing musical entertainment in the main bar so if you just fancy relaxing with a cold beverage with a lovely view of the main ring whilst listening to some music then the bar tent is the place to be. Ploughing and cultivating demonstrations using vintage tractors and horses will be taking place throughout the weekend. You can watch the art of chainsaw carving and Gundog training displays along with the exhibits from around the rally field parading throughout the day. The working areas will be in full swing showing you how the engines were used in times gone by. Tickets on Friday are £10 for adults and £8 for concessions, while on Saturday or Sunday they are priced at £12 for adults and £10 for concessions.
We really do have something for everyone. Tel: 01842 810317 View Website: Email Address: Admission Standard Admission £ : See web site Admission with classic car £ : See organiser. Weeting Steam Rally will return for 2018. There are demonstrations of steam ploughing, steam threshing, a steam powered sawmill, stone crushing, mini tractor pulling and farmyard implements of a bygone era. Get in touch To double check the event is taking place before setting off advisable or for further information please contact the organisers not us! Therefore, please contact the 'Weeting Suffolk Steam Engine Rally and Country Show' event holder directly to confirm all details especially event name, dates and location before setting off to Brandon. If you are looking for a fascinating and nostalgic family day out, look no further than the Weeting Steam Engine Rally and Country Show. Held annually the third weekend in July, the Rally features trade and craft stalls, working demonstrations, vintage vehicles, a miniature steam railway, children's entertainment, restaurant and bars.
It is sure to appeal to the whole family. Look out for road making, stone crushing, threshing, milling and wood sawing demonstrations. Over 200 bikes will be on display at the Rally, and as 2018 will mark the 50th anniversary of the introduction of the 'Commando', so there will be a special emphasis on that particular model. Held annually the third weekend in July, the Rally features trade and craft stalls, working demonstrations, vintage vehicles, a miniature steam railway, children's entertainment, restaurant and bars. The bars will also host live music. Banham Zoo are regular visitors too with their beautiful heavy horses. Our helicopter flights have proved to be popular way to get a birds-eye view of the whole show and some of the surrounding area.
Well done Rally Coordinator — avec et , à. Important Although we try to keep the information for this event as up to date as possible, we cannot guarantee that things haven't changed at the last minute, and we haven't been informed. The show opens between 10am and 5pm each day. Thank you to our host, Richard Parrott. Car parking is free and there is a 12 acre caravan and camping site for those who wish to stay for the whole weekend. But the organisers will also be going back to where it all began, with some entries from the original 1968 programme.
Over 140 tractors attend the event each year. We also have old time fairground rides as well as new rides, bouncy castles, archery, tank rides, and many other bits and pieces to keep each member of the family entertained. The popular event was started in 1968 by Norman Parrott. Weeting Steam Rally will return for 2018. For more information, contact Wendy Young on 01842 810317 or email weeting-rally btconnect. . We have two bars on the showground, the Burrell Restaurant will be open all day and evening, and a number of catering stands, which are dotted around the showground, for less formal meals and snacks.
If you are looking for a fascinating and nostalgic family day out, look no further than the Weeting Steam Engine Rally and Country Show. You can see working steam-powered farmyard machines, a full sized steam train on rails, a model steam train which takes passengers around a track and small steam models including boats on a pond. Banham Horses Woodforde Horses There will also be Heavy horse displays, showing off the beautiful giants using various implements, along with the chance to have a go at long reining a Heavy Horse to really get the feel of the power and strength behind them. Formed in 2016 by a group of friends, the group decided to modify old lawnmowers and build mini tractors to compete, and have gone from strength to strength. For 2018 The N O C will be incorporating their annual 'Norton Festival' with the usual Norfolk branch display.