Northleach Steamshow is a traditional country steam show that originally started as a steam rally in the 1950s and ran as the Northleach Steam and Stationary Engine Show from the 1970s to 2000. After a break of 13 years, the show was successfully revived in 2013. We may not be the biggest steam show, but we’ve certainly got tradition and a relaxed enjoyable atmosphere in an idyllic Cotswold setting going for us with a good selection of vehicles to see! We operate as not for profit, with organisers and supporters all volunteering their time and expertise towards simply being able to run the show each year and raise some monies for local charities and organisations.
New location for 2022 to be announced!
Northleach Steamshow is a not-for-profit steam show that relies on the generosity and support of local businesses and individuals to continue. Every year, we have over 5000 visitors join us in our idyllic Cotswold setting to enjoy the result of hundreds of hours of volunteered time to plan and run the show. We charge a small entrance fee to the general public but could not possibly cover the vast costs of running such a show this way alone. The majority of our expenditure such as coal, toilets, insurance etc are paid for by the generosity of our sponsors and without them, we could not continue.
Every year, our sponsors are provided advertisement in our programs which are sold on the day to our visitors. We also offer arena advertising banners and over microphone adverts on the event days themselves.
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All profits to local causes
Q – Are dogs permitted on the show grounds?
A – Yes, but they must be kept on a lead at all times.
Q – Can visitors camp on the show ground?
A – Yes, but all camping overnight for the public is in the car park area.
Q – Are there toilets for camping visitors?
A – Yes, in the car park area.
Q – Is there a charge for visitors to camp?
A – No, other than the entrance fee for both days.
Q – What are the opening times of the show to the public?
A – The show grounds are open from 10am to 5pm on both days.
We are very proud to support local causes in and around Northleach with all profits from Northleach Steamshow. Over the years, many donatains have been made including:
Local care home for the elderly
Local playing field for sports and recreation
Local swimming pool at Northleach Primary school
Local scouting group
Hedgehog rescue centre
Show organiser Steve Freemantle presents Northleach King George Sports Field with a cheque for a £1000