Suffolk Show

Announcement

Exciting new announcements for next year's Suffolk Show 2014

The new show director Bill Baker, who holds the role for three years, has wasted no time in mobilising his show committee and is delighted to announce the first of several changes and exciting new additions for his first show to be held on May 28 and 29, 2014.

We’ll be updating you as soon as all the details of other new displays and features are confirmed. Keep yourself uptodate by checking the website and the Suffolk Show Facebook page. Here’s the latest: 

Children go free of charge

Children aged 14 and under can enter the Suffolk Show free of charge in 2014 - there will be no charge for tickets.

In addition, there is also a new special price ticket for young people aged 15-18, costing £5 when bought in advance and £10 on the day. This represents especially good value on day one of the show when the gates open at 7.30am and stay open late for visitors to enjoy the free live music entertainment until late.

Adult and senior tickets have a slight increase, but when bought in advance via online ticketing, mail or telephone cost £20 and £18 respectively, so be sure to plan ahead for the best prices. On the gate these will be £25 and £22. Car park prices are held at £4 in advance and £5 on the gate.

Dogs allowed

You can once again bring your dog!

Yes, dogs are welcome to come on a lead and of course on their best behaviour! 

“We want families to come and enjoy a fun and happy family day out discovering together this fantastic county and all it has to offer,” said Bill. “We know for many that includes the dog as well, so don’t stay away!

“When we decided in 2011 not to allow dogs we maintained that we would listen to our customers and if we felt this decision needed to be changed, we would consider it. Well we have. As the new show director I will look forward to welcoming dogs to the show.”

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Children go free

No admission cost for 14 year olds and under

Children go free

Dogs welcome

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