Bath & West Show Visitors FAQs 2013
2013 Advanced Prices
2013 Daily Gate Prices
Children: (5 to 15 years): £7
Family: (2 Adults/ 3 Children: £55
Children under 5 years: Free
2013 Opening Times
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday 29 May - 1 June 2013: 9am – 6pm
There is a wide choice of mobile catering units for the public, ensuring that we can cater for every taste and requirement. These include Jacket Potatoes, Baguettes, Burgers, Carvery, Donuts, Ice Cream, Pies, Pasties and Cakes as well as mobile bars and a coffee unit. Sit down food areas include the Orchard Pig and Lakeside Tavern.
The Show Organisers and Vets request that if any dogs - apart from those taking part in the Dog show or other displays - are brought to the Show, they must be kept on leads at all times. No dogs are not permitted in the Livestock Lines, Flower Show or any food area. No Dogs are to be left in your car at any time.
Creche / Baby Feeding & Changing
The Next Steps Childcare Centre, situated next to the Main Gates will be open from 8:00am - 8:00pm Wednesday to Friday and 8:00am - 6:00pm on Saturday, providing a Creche for youngsters 2 - 7 years old. Small children can be left in safe hands to play whilst mums and dads enjoy the show for an hour or two on their own.
The Childcare Centre also offers facilities for nursing mothers and baby changing.
Lost children should be taken to the Childcare Centre situated next to the Main Gates.
Disabled Car Parking is available in Yellow Car Park only. Turn off the A371 through Blue Gate and follow the signs to Yellow Car Park. A limited number of wheelchairs and electric scooters are available for rental on the day. Please contact Mendip Community Transport on 01749 330100 or visit their website www.mendipcommunitytransport.co.uk
Cloakroom facilities and access ramps are provided to various features on the Showground, please be aware due to the nature of the showground we cannot guarantee all areas will be accessible at all times.
All lost property goes to Stuart Security, situated at Main Gate.
Health & Hygeine
We want all our visitors to have an enjoyable experience when visiting our show and to take advantage of the opportunity to see and interact with a range of farm animals. Show animals are generally very clean but there is a small risk of infection through animal contact especially for young children. Please use a common sense approach to hygiene when you have been touching animals or their pens and ensure that you and your children wash their hands with soap and water and dry them with the hand towels/dryers provided. You will find signage to your nearest hand washing facilities around the show site. If you are unsure where this is please ask one of our show staff.