Royal Norfolk Show information

Advance ticket prices are �18 for adults, �6.50 for children aged five to 16 (under fives free); senior citizens and disabled �16 and carers �9. A family ticket for two adults and three children costs �48. Prices rise on the gate to �21 adults, �8.50 children, �19 for senior citizens and disabled and �10 carers.

Tickets are available in advance from the Evening News office in Norwich and our offices around the county and other outlets including The Canary Store in Castle Mall Norwich, Chapelfield (tickets available from the Customer Information desk on the lower ground mall by Boots), John Lewis (Beauty department on Ground Floor and women's fashion on First Floor), Morrisons in Beccles, Cromer, Dereham, Diss and Norwich Riverside, Paper Wishes in Wymondham, Roys of Wroxham, Sainsbury's in Attleborough, Great Yarmouth, Longwater (New Costessey), Pound Lane and Queens Road in Norwich and North Walsham, Tesco at Blue Boar Lane, Harford Bridge, Corton (Lowestoft), Dereham, and Great Yarmouth and Tourist Information Centres.

Baby feeding and changing – The Toddler Team from the Kings Community Church will be manning the baby change and feeding facility which is to the south of the Macgregor Building. There is a separate area to breastfeed in comfort. The St Walstan's Food Hall will warm baby food for parents.

Lost children – At each pedestrian entrance you will find a Green to be Seen station manned by Lions Clubs International. Claim a free wristband for your child and write your mobile number of the reverse of the band to help get them reunited if they become separated.

Dereham-based Konectbus will be operating the number 4 bus between Norwich Bus Station via St Stephens Street and Earlham Road to the Royal Norfolk Showground on Wednesday and Thursday. Buses will depart leave the bus station at 7.15am, 8.15am, 8.45am and then every 30 minutes until 12.15pm. They will return from the showground at 12.35pm and every 30 minutes until 5.35pm. Buses will stop at all bus stops along Earlham Road. Tickets are �4.30 for an adult return and �2.90 for children under 16.Teenagers between 16 and 19 pay �3.30 while concessionary bus holders can travel for free after 9.30am or pay �1.80 for a single fare before then. The Park and Ride bus service at Costessey will be running a shuttle bus service to the Showground every 15 minutes.

The EDP/Evening News stand - number 208 in Avenue 7 - has a range of attractions including free face painting, an RAF flight simulator ride, a dodgem car, sponsored by Kettles Ridge Crisps, which will be filled with packets of Kettles Ridge Crisps and a competition to guess how many are inside. There will also be a competition to win a �500 Rhine cruise as well as the chance to buy our goody bags.

For just �2 you will get a copy of the EDP and Evening News, along with five pieces of fresh fruit, a bottle of water or Drench fruit drink, Kettles Ridge crisps, two packets of sweets, a chocolate bar and a voucher for a half pint of beer.

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