Is there parking for the disabled at the Royal Norfolk Show?
Blue Badge Parking is available in all car parks at the Royal Norfolk Show. For 2019, there is a change to the system and there will be no reserved tickets. We advice visitors to bring their Blue Badge with them and follow the signs and directions of the Car Park stewards when they arrive who will direct you to the forward parking area.
Forward parking is still available for Blue Badge holders but you will not need to contact us for a pass and visitors will still need a standard car park ticket to accompany their Blue Badge.
Is there a battery powered scooter service?
To improve our service to visitors who have limited mobility, Event Mobility Charitable Trust will be providing electric scooters for the use of disabled, elderly and mobility impaired visitors to the show.
Event Mobility Charitable Trust
They are located at King George VI Gate, Dereham Gate and Norwich Gate.
To reserve an electric scooter or manual wheelchair you can book on line at www.eventmobility.org.uk, print out an advance booking form from the website or contact the office on 01386 725391 to request a form to be posted to you. Please be aware that advance bookings cannot be made by phone.
For further information please visit the Event Mobility www.eventmobility.org.uk web site, email email@example.com or contact the office on 01386 725391.
Do you provide a buggy service for the disabled?
The RNAA supplies a free golf buggy service at the four main pedestrian gates to ferry disabled and less able visitors to the Event Mobility disabled reception stands to collect scooters. A return trip to your car is also offered.
Where are the disabled toilets located?
Disabled toilets are available in all toilet blocks on the showground. A further mobile toilet is situated at the King George VI gate next to the disabled reception.
The Mobiloo will be on site . Mobiloo is a mobile toilet with an electric hoist, changing table, toilet and wash-basin. The Mobiloo will be based by King George VI Gate. Please bring your own sling if you wish to use the hoist. For more information, visit www.mobiloo.org.uk
Is there disabled viewing at the Grandstand/Grand Ring?
A viewing platform for wheelchair users is available on the northwest corner of the Grand Ring. This facility will be available to wheelchair users only. A separate area in front will be provided for attendants.
Where is the first aid?
First Aid is provided by St John Ambulance. There are various First Aid points located around the showground with a First Aid Centre with full medical cover. A First Aid Treatment unit is also available adjacent to the Flower & Garden Show.