North Somerset Showground Address:

Bathing Pond Fields, Wraxall, BS48 1NE

Car parking at the event is free of charge. Please be aware this is a cash only event.

Directions by car:

From M5 Junction 19 (Gordano Services)

Take the A369 for 3.5 miles until a set of traffic lights signposted Bristol B3128 (Alternative route heavy vehicles). Turn right at traffic lights on to the B3128/B3129 (Beggar Bush Lane) Weston-super-Mare/Clevedon. Continue along this road for 2 miles, straight across a set of traffic lights. Continue for further 1.5 miles until a crossroads with B3130. (Care should be taken as this road becomes bendy and steep.) At the crossroads you will be able to see the site.

From M5 Junction 20 (Clevedon)

From the motorway you will arrive at a roundabout. Take the road signposted to Nailsea B3130. Continue along this road for approximately 0.6 mile. Turn right at mini roundabout signposted Nailsea B3130. Continue along this road following signs for Nailsea for about 3.5 miles until you reach a T-junction. Turn left signposted to Bristol B3130. Follow this road for approximately 4 miles. Site is on your right.

From M5 Junction 21 (Weston-Super-Mare)

Take the A370 signposted to Congresbury. Stay on this road via Congresbury and Backwell for 10.5 miles. At Flax Bourton turn left on to the slip road signposted Barrow Gurney then left on to the B3130 to Wraxall. The site is on your left after 0.8 miles.

From Bristol

Take the A370 out of Bristol. At the junction with the B3130 take the road towards Wraxall and the site is on your left after 0.8 miles.

Train information:

Our nearest stations are at Bristol, Nailsea & Backwell or Parson Street.
For more information on booking trains please contact either:

National Rail
Enquiries 08547 484950
Phone Bookings 08457 000125
www.nationalrail.co.uk

First Great Western
www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk

Cycling:

For a route planner for cyclists to plan your journey, we recommend you visit www.cyclestreets.net

There is no dedicated cycle lockup, however you are welcome to lock your bike to the barriers by the main entrance gate, please use common sense and respect other bicycles left here. Bicycles are left entirely at their owners own risk, the Dig for Victory Show accepts no responsibility for theft or damage.