SELWOOD STEAM AND VINTAGE
Entrance Prices: Adult £6, OAP £4, Children aged 5-
Entrance prices for the show reflect the non profit making nature of the event.
For those with Satnavs you can find the rally at BA14 9RJ. Anyone else can use the map HERE
The Selwood show is a non profit making and friendly event held to display an extensive range of nostalgic exhibits, most of which can be seen working.
In 2016 we made a charitable donation of over £3000 with most of the proceeds of the Rally. Our chosen Charity was:
We are again supporting CLIC in 2017.
The 2017 show will seek to build on the successes of the 2016 show and will feature the following attractions:
A fantastic selection of Steam Traction engines and Rollers, both full size and miniatures.
Lawnmower racing. To see is to be believed. Fast and furious.
Cross Manufacturing will display fascinating motorcycles and exhibits from their museum (see below).
Vintage Commercial Vehicles.
Displays of working agricultural machinery.
Miscellaneous interesting displays of rare collections.
Stationary engines -
Craft displays including Treadle Lathes, Pole Lathes & Saw Benches.
Catering by Hannah and her team from 5 Star Mobile Bar Southwest who also provide an excellent Beer and refreshment tent.
Archery by Midland Adventure.
Fairground Organs providing atmospheric music.
Model Aircraft static display.
A 1940s style tea tent provided comfortable atmospheric catering.
Excellent evening entertainment in the Beer tent. This year we are hosting Rattlesnake Highway and the fantastic Dr Busker. Dr Busker has been the main evening attraction at the Great Dorset Steam Fair for many many years. You must come and see him perform.
A Wild West re-
A good selection of Trade stalls
See the Gallery for photographs from the 2016 show.
Many thanks to our Rally Sponsors -
Cross Manufacturing of Combe Down, Bath will attend again this year. They always receive a great deal of interest in their display of pioneering motorcycle development work. This example of local engineering expertise is to be marvelled. The following downloadable historic Cross articles are very interesting and well worth a read:
Kindly supported by: