Entry tickets can be purchased on Show day on the Showground using cash or cheques. There are no facilities to purchase entry tickets using credit or debit cards at the entry gates on Show day. Sorry.


Cash points are available from ICE financial services located behind the Members area.
Facillities for baby changing are available in the ‘Green Shed’ toilet block situated at the bottom of Rows D & E, in the WI marquee in Row K and on The Sanctuary Space (Churches Together) stand Q43.
Free car parking is available to the west of the Showground off Halley Road (TN21 8TG) and to the east of the Showground off the A265 coming from Burwash (TN21 8XJ).
Free park and ride is available from the Clock Tower bus stop in Heathfield High Street from 9am and the Heathfield Market Car Park (TN21 8RA). Buses leave approximately every half an hour from the Clock Tower, stopping at the Market Car Park 5 minutes later. You will be dropped at the Green Gate entrance to the Showground at the top of Halley Road. Last bus leaves the Green Gate entrance at 5.30pm.
Cash points are available from ICE financial services located behind the Members area.
Cyclists can secure bikes to the fence behind the Show Secretary’s office, which is located behind the Members’ area on the east side of the Showground.  Cyclists must dismount and not cycle on the Showground.
Disabled toilets are located beside the ‘Green Shed’ toilet block situated at the bottom of Rows D & E. Please contact the Show Secretary to arrange parking.
We do not encourage visitors to bring their dogs to the Heathfield Show – there are many areas of the Showground where dogs are not allowed.. Dogs must be under control at all times and kept on a short fixed length lead (retractable leads are not acceptable) and never left unattended. On a nice day the Showground can get very hot and there is not much shade. Please be aware, if dogs are left in cars they will be liberated by our Stewards – with force if necessary.
Food outlets are located in the Food Marquee situated on the end of Row A in the north east area of the Showground. The Farmers’ Market and Picnic Area between Rows J and H. Additionally, there are food outlets marked on the Show ground map.
Lost children will be cared for within the First Aid centre at the Blue gate on the north side of the Showground.
It is suggested that groups of visitors organise their own meeting points. But, if this has not been put in place then meet at the Show Secretary’s office behind the Members area where an announcement can be made over the Show tannoy system.
The Show opens its gates to visitors from 8.30am on Show day Saturday and closes at 5.15pm.
Toilets are available throughout the Showground, see the map in the centre of the Programme for their locations, alternatively there are maps located on the fingerboards around the Showground.
A free, full colour souvenir programme will be available on Show day at the entrances to the Showground or direct from the Secretary’s office.