Exhibitors & Traders


Coronavirus – COVID-19

In light of the most recent advice from the Government, the Yealmpton Agricultural Association Directors have discussed contingency plans for the Show, due to take place on 29th July.

Based on the current advice we are anticipating that the Show will proceed as planned and are still accepting trade stand bookings but we recognise that the situation is ever-changing.

As an Association, we are extremely aware of the impact COVID-19 is having on the whole of the agricultural events industry and it is now fundamental that we remain united with our colleagues whilst also keeping in mind the health and safety of everyone involved with our event. Therefore, we are following and implementing any advice provided by the World Health Organisation, Public Health England, and Local Government and will look to continually update our processes and policies accordingly.

As we are doing all that we can to limit the impacts that any form of cancellation would cause to our Traders and Exhibitors – and the industry as a whole – we encourage everyone to continue supporting the Show in the knowledge that their booking is fully protected if we are directed to cancel the Show.

We fully understand the potentially devastating effect that the spread of coronavirus is having on everyone’s daily lives and the importance we have as an event organiser to ensure the safety of those attending our Show. We will, therefore, be continuously reviewing our policies and ensuring that we keep you all up to date with any new developments and the impact these may have.


Trade and Craft Marquees are now full.  There is still some space left on the Open Field (Class 2).  Anyone interested in having a trade stand should contact me before sending in their forms and making payment.

Mrs K Bawden, Chief Steward Trade Stands – tradestands@yealmptonshow.co.uk

Trade Stand Documents

The 2020 Trade Stand pack is now available

Please click here for the 2020 Trade Stand Application pack