Saturday 7th May to Sunday 8th May 2022


Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG2 8NZ

The venue is geographically right at the centre of the UK, so is accessible to shooters nationwide. We have plenty of visitor parking on hard standing ground close to the entrances, professional indoor exhibition halls, plenty of toilets and amenities and good old sensibly priced Yorkshire food and Yorkshire portions. The venue has a mixture of indoor exhibition halls and beautiful outdoor space where we will have our interactive shooting areas and outside exhibitors.

Can I park?

Parking is FREE

Disabled parking has it’s own dedicated area in the show ground, follow the signs once in the show ground & please display your blue badge clearly to enter this area.

By Car

Please note: The majority of sat nav’s direct traffic from the M62, M1 & A1 motorways to Harrogate via Wetherby (A661) This may be the shortest route, but not the easiest or necessarily the quickest as you go through the town! The most straight forward route for motorway traffic is to use the A1 and exit onto the A59, signposted to Harrogate, you will pick up the yellow AA signs from this point to the Showground.

By Coach

There is a coach park close to the main entrance at the showground and you can reserve a parking space in advance. Please contact 01472 809727.

Opening Times

Car Park opens at 06.45AM

Saturday 08.30AM – 17.30PM

Sunday 09.00AM – 16.00PM

Map of the showground

Please note this is subject to change ahead of the event in 2022

Are children allowed at the event?

All ages welcome. Children under the age of 15 go free courtesy of BASC.

Can I bring my dog?

Well behaved dogs are welcome on a fixed, non-retractable lead. Please clean up after your dog.

Dogs are not allowed in Halls 1 or 2. They are allowed in all other halls, marquees and areas.

Dog water bowls are located throughout the site.

Disabled ticketing policy

The Northern Shooting Show is pleased to operate a scheme to provide one complimentary entry ticket for any adult unable to attend The Northern Shooting Show unaided. Please visit the Ticket Resolution/Customer Service Desks at the Event on arrival.

Supporting Documentation

All free Carer/Personal Assistant tickets require evidence of supporting documentation. This is mandatory in order for the Carer/PA ticket to be issued.

Please bring evidence of at least one of the following (photo copies, scanned copies or pictures on your phone are fine);

Middle or Higher Rate DLA for care and/or mobilityReceipt of personal independence payment (PIP)Evidence of being severely sight impairedRecognised assistance dog ID card

If you require a free Carer/PA ticket in order to attend The Northern Shooting Show please purchase a standard ticket at the relevant price in advance. Please make your way to The Northern Shooting Show and come to the Ticket Resolution/Customer Service Desk adjacent to the entrance where your Carer/PA ticket will be issued and you will have fast track entry. Please do not queue at the on-day sales points as they are not able to issue the free Carer/PA ticket.

This facility is designed to allow any adult that is unable to otherwise attend The Northern Shooting Show to have free access for their Carer or Personal Assistant. We are afraid the carer scheme does not extend to children as they must be accompanied by an adult to attend The Northern Shooting Show.

Is there disabled parking?

Disabled parking has it’s own dedicated area in the show ground, follow the signs once in the show ground & please display your blue badge clearly to enter this area.

Can I book a mobility scooter?

Able to Enable, are a local company that will be providing mobility scooter hire during the event. For more information you can contact Able to Enable on 01423 880 882, All hired mobility scooters will be readily accessible from the disabled parking area near the priority car park entrance (Blue gate).


If you bring your own mobility scooter, please ensure that it is fit for purpose, bearing in mind that the event takes place in a grassy field. The Northern Shooting Show will not take any responsibility for accidents resulting from use of unsuitable private mobility scooters.

Are there ATM’s on site?

Please note we do not have cash machines at the show. Please make sure you organise any cash prior to the show. We will have a token cash back service at the main entrance & at the organisers reception desk in hall 1. Cash limit will be £100 and the fee  £2 per transaction.

Can I get a showguide?

Yes, showguides are Free and obtainable at the event.

Is there food on site?

Yes. There are numerous bars and catering areas around the site.

Is there First Aid on site?

FOR FIRST AID OR EMERGENCY please go to the Organisers office in the foyer of Hall 1 or contact a NSS team member or security officer.

Onsite Photography & Videography

The Organisers reserve the right to film and publish videos from the event which are filmed by our official videographers. We also reserve the right to publish all photographs taken at the event. Our official photographers/videographers will ask parents/guardians for permission before photographing minors where possible. If you do not wish your images to be used, please inform our official photographers or videographers. No images in any form whether photo, film or video taken on site throughout the weekend may be used commercially without the written consent of the Organisers.

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