About the Pilford Heath Transport and Heritage Show 2019
to be held from Saturday 13th July to Sunday 14th July, 2019.
A fun-filled weekend for all the family packed with exhibits, attractions, craft tent and children’s entertainment. A full show displaying Transport and Heritage through the ages from working steam to modern Transport also stationary engines, rural displays and everything in between! Arena displays throughout the weekend from birds of prey, Viking re-enactment, vehicle parades and various demonstrations. For the children we have a circus workshop, bouncy castle, trampolines and so much more! We have on site food and drink outlets including our very own beer tent with evening entertainment. Public camping available at reasonable rates so come join us for the weekend!
Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:
-1.951469 (LONG) // 50.820412 (LAT)
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Pilford Heath Transport and Heritage Show 2019 Contact Details
- Contact Name: Jacky Pipe
- Organisation: Pilford Heath Transport and Heritage Group
- Address: Pilford Heath Farm, Uddens Drive, Wimborne (off A31), Dorset
- Postcode: BH21 7BD
- Phone: 07723 33 8082
Pilford Heath Transport and Heritage Show 2019
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