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What time does it open?
The Spring Fling will be open from 9.30 a.m. until 3.30 p.m. on Tuesday 10 April 2018
When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets go on sale in early 2018 - like our Facebook and Twitter pages to get the latest news.
What is included in the ticket price?
How much does car parking cost at the event?
Car parking is free of charge at this event and there is plenty available.
Are dogs allowed?
Sorry, we do not allow dogs to the Norfolk Spring Fling.
Are there Baby Changing facilities?
All disabled toilets have baby changing facilities and there is also a room available on the event site specifically for baby changing and feeding. In addition there is a a buggy park for those who want to leave their buggy safely while on the tractor and trailer rides and child tagging is offered run by The Lions Club, provided free of charge, located in the reception area (Atrium) in the Arena.
Is there first aid available at the event?
St John’s ambulance will be available on site, based in the reception area (Atrium) in the Arena.
Are there food and refreshments available at the event?
A hog roast or a vegetarian lunch and an apple juice drink is included in the ticket price. There will also be various other refreshments and snacks available to purchase from caterers onsite.
What time does the event open to the public?
The event will be open between 9.30am to 3.30pm.
Is the event indoors or outdoors?
The Norfolk Spring Fling is both indoors and outdoors. Exhibitors can be found inside our Arena, The Ark area and outdoors in the Countryside Area. We try to provide as much outdoor cover as possible in the case of bad weather but please come appropriately dressed for the weather.
Who is the event for?
The event is recommended for children aged 4 – 14 years old, but there is something for all the family at the event. Come along to learn and see lots about food, farming and the countryside.
Can tickets be brought on the gate?
No unfortunately not. Tickets MUST be purchased in advanced, on-line from our website. There will be NO tickets available on the day of the event.
What disabled facilities are available?
All public toilets at the Norfolk Showground have disabled facilities.
Are there parent and child facilities?
Toilets, all public toilets at the Norfolk Showground have baby changing facilities.
Child Tagging. This facility, run by The Lions Club, will be provided free of charge, located in the Reception area of the Arena.
Is there first-aid?
First Aid is available on site, located just outside the Main Reception of the Arena.
1. If you’re about to eat, or have touched any animals, muddy/soiled clothing or footwear, it is important to wash your hands thoroughly with water and soap, then dry them to get rid of any germs!
2. Don’t put your hands near your face or food when around or after touching animals.
3. We advise you wear welly boots on your visit, so that you don’t have to worry about touching dirty shoes to tie laces. Wellies are easy to wash if dirty and can be slipped off quickly to change before travelling home.
Wear suitable clothing for taking part in the Woodland Walk and Countryside Area activities. You may want to bring a pen or pencil for stand activities.