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SMALLWOOD RALLY IS ON

Smallwood Vintage Rally welcomes you to our established family fun show, on the A50 near Sandbach, Cheshire (Junction 17 of the M6).

 

We have a big variety of trade and autojumble stands offering everything from:

Tweed Handbags to Workwear, Tools, Hats, Antiques, Footwear, Collectables, Cakes

and much, much more...

A craft marquee, children's amusements,

vintage classic and modern vehicle exhibits including: commercials, vintage cars,

classic campers, stationary engines, military vehicles and tanks, motorbikes, fire

engines, an amazing display of steam engines with a daily steam parade

and a great display of almost 200 vintage tractors. Cheshire K9 dog display also

have their own arena and will be demonstrating and holding a fun dog show

each afternoon

Our very popular Tractor Pulling, hosted by Stu & Kate Seabridge & the Challenger

Tractor Pulling team, will be in action daily over the weekend and unique to

Smallwood Rally, evening pulling by floodlight, goes on until around midnight,

on our new pulling area and is a fabulous spectator event for all of the family. 

We have nightly beer tent entertainment starting on Friday (Friday for on site exhibitors & campers only). On Saturday, for all our visitors we have a COVER LOVERS which is a live band performing, followed by DIZZY DAVE'S DJ session and Sunday night is always our party night... with DIZZY DAVE our resident DJ, rounding off the night with his usual mix of dance tunes & entertainment. A wide choice of tasty hot & cold food, snacks and refreshments are always available on site all weekend!

Children’s entertainment includes our ever popular sand pit & donkey rides safely away from the moving vehicles and you will find seating and refreshments in this area too. Plus our regular fairground and other entertainment.

The highlight of our Saturday entertainment will see TBC.

Sunday 25th and Monday 26th May 2025 - By popular request, will see the return of of the talented JC BALLS coming back to Smallwood! Massive appreciation goes to Hamptons once again for your continued sponsorship to the show and for again, agreeing to supply the cars to be utterly destroyed in the arena

Our popular Military arena, will be back in action again in 2025 where tanks and other large army vehicles can show off their skills, this arena is situated to the rear of the tea tent along the back hedge. Great fun to watch, for both the young & young at heart.

We also thank our existing show sponsors; HAMPTON’S SCRAP METAL DEALERS, TIDYSITE SKIP HIRE, ARCLID TRANSPORT, MR WHIPPY ICE CREAM AND HASLINGTON HAULAGE for their continued and generous support.

On the day entry; £15 per adult (all accompanied school children 15 and under are FREE all weekend) Pay on the day….cash or card at our pay booth.

Evening Entry (after 5pm): £5 per person (children 15 and under FREE if accompanied by an adult)

Carers are complimentary entry subject to the discretion of the pay box staff.

Please note for anyone who leaves the showground re-entry, without a wristband, after 5pm will be charged £5 for the enjoyment of our evening entertainment. (Hand stamps will not count after 5pm).

Dogs on lead are welcome

Weekend camping for non exhibitors is £100.00 this includes pitch, plus two adult wristbands (children 15 & under free) extra wristbands can be purchased when booking, or on the day, Priced at £35. (Please note we only take FULL weekend bookings, not individual nights. Thank You)

Would all our guests and visitors please note card payments are welcomed in the beer tent and on several catering & trade stands.

However, many trade stands don’t have card machines, the signal gets worse as it gets busier and some things such as the dog show, donkey & fairground rides will also be cash only

So please, don’t be cashless on the day and do please come along and support our trade section, some of whom have travelled to us from as far as Devon and Somerset, others from the North East and Cumbria.

We also have an eclectic row of Autojumblers….with everything & anything, no doubt including a kitchen sink or two on offer

And our craft marquee with our makers, crafters, modellers and bakers.

Visitors, exhibitors, stall holders and such-like enter Smallwood Vintage Rally Showground at their own risk and are expected to take all reasonable precautions to ensure the safety of themselves and others. The showground is open farm land and therefore there will be exposed roots, holes, uneven surfaces and domestic wild animals. The safety of the public, guests and exhibitors at the show is of paramount importance to us and measures have been put in place to control, as far as is reasonably practicable, known risks. However, visitors to the show-ground enter at their own risk and must take all reasonable precautions to ensure the safety of themselves and others. Parents and guardians must ensure the safety of children in their care, particularly when touching or handling animals. For the collective good of all visitors, animals and volunteers, everyone must take responsibility for their own behaviour and where appropriate that of their children and pets. Children must be supervised at all times Anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated. Smoking is not allowed in any marquee or enclosed area. Instructions from stewards, security and signage must be obeyed. Pets must be under control at all times, and any mess cleaned up. Dogs and other animals must not be left in parked vehicles. Tampering with or vandalising any equipment will not be tolerated. Visitors quads are not allowed around the showground on show days Vehicles and bikes parked are done so at the owners risk. Litter to be disposed of in the bins provided please. Partaking in any activities or competition is at the entrants own risk. All persons participating in activities or attending as visitors do so entirely at their own risk and acknowledge that they will, on entering or taking part, accept that Smallwood Vintage Rally Ltd accepts no legal responsibility for any accidents or injuries that may occur. The showground is an open field and therefore there will be uneven surfaces, pot holes, tree roots and potentially wet grass. Please keep clear of marquee pins and ropes. Occasionally it may be necessary to segregate visitors from moving vehicles. Please assist us and follow any instructions given by the stewards who can be identified by the badges and high-viz clothing being worn.

See What's On and Further Info for all the details.

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Near Love Lane Farm

Betchton, Sandbach

CW11 2TX

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