The Great Rempstone Steam & Country Show

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The Great Rempstone Steam & Country Show

An event in July in Leicestershire
Wymeswold
Loughborough
Leicestershire
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Event timing: Second Weekend in July
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This well established charity event has everything for a wonderful family day out. Experience the sights sounds and atmosphere of a Great British tradition, see the lineup of over 35 Steam Traction Engines, Steam and Farm Machinery at work, Vintage Cars and Commercials, Crafts, Traditional Fairground, Children's Entertainment, Wildlife and Conservation, Trader's Market, hundreds of exhibits and Arena Events all day.

Real Ale Bar and Good Food.

Stay on Site.... Individual and group caravan or camping pitches are available pre and post show dates and include free access to the show. Why not make it a long weekend - Thurs to Mon and visit some of the local attractions too?

Bookings: Phone 07598 245736, or write to
Caravan Steward,
Rempstone TEC,
PO Box 7766,
KEGWORTH,
Derby,
DE74 2GY or visit website.

Adult £7 (18+)
Child £4 (Over 5)
Free Parking
Open 10.00 - 5.00pm each day, but entertainment is provided on Saturday night until 11.00pm.

Telephone: 01159332672
email: rempstonesteam@gmail.com

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