The Royal Norfolk Show offers a unique opportunity for businesses, organisations and producers to showcase and promote themselves to over 85,000 visitors in two days.
Why appear at the show?
We are excited to be bringing the Royal Norfolk Show back on Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 June 2022. Having missed two years of our fantastic show we’re sure you’re as keen as us to get back to celebrating all that’s Norfolk at our Royal show.
We are now using an online booking system. We ask you to bear with us and with this new system. We hope this system will improve your user experience going forward.
The traders information guide includes all the information, pricing and instructions you need to book your trade stand. Our terms and conditions, along with electric, Wi-Fi and water supply forms are located on the online portal. We also ask you to upload relevant documentation at the time of applying to ensure we have the relevant information to review your application.
Once you apply you will receive a confirmation of application however please note that your booking will not be confirmed until your trade stand deposit has been paid. You will receive your trade stand number once full payment has be made.
Applications are now closed for Royal Norfolk Show 2022.
If you’d like to be part of 2023 show please join our mailing list.
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We appreciate our trade stand guide is quite in depth to cover as much information as possible however please do get in touch if you have any queries.
‘A great range of products & entertainment for everyone’
‘Always nice to see what Norfolk has to offer and always has a full packed schedule of events’
‘Biggest and best County Show we’ve been to…’
‘I loved the sheer buzz and scale of the whole event. People were very friendly. The atmosphere was both relaxed as well as being exciting and stimulating. People around me all seemed to be having a good time.’
‘There was something for everyone. All ages were catered for. Lots to see and do. We loved it.’
‘Norfolk at its best, keep it evolving…’