For the fourth successive year, the Midlands Machinery Show hosted the NFU’s East Midlands Environment Conference on the first day.
We had an excellent lineup of NFU and external speakers, who navigated the audience through significant change in the industry and a focus on the environment playing a key part alongside food production.
Driving experiences for everyone
Visitors this year will get a chance to be in the hot seat, where they can get up close and personal to an exciting range of commercial and agricultural vehicles, and ride and drive a range of 4x4s, pick-ups and HGVs on our special course, with the help of INEOS, Diamond Driving and Woldmarsh Producers Ltd
Farming’s alarming safety record will be tackled at the upcoming Midlands Machinery Show with practical emergency first aid demonstrations on each day of the event alongside a drop-in nurse clinic offering blood pressure and health checks, and mental health and other support.
Transport & Towing Hub
Hear from industry experts on transport issues, towing regulations, road safety and load security
The latest products and services
A chance to see the latest machinery. From new tractors to robots and precision sprayers to low disturbance cultivators and new technology, it’s all there. Our industry experts will be on-hand to give information and advice.
If you're lucky enough you could receive one of our MMS leaflets in a Farmers Weekly Magazine! Where you could be in with a chance of winning:
A Ripon Farm Services Bundle
Either a Brown * Co. Defra funded future Farm Resilience Fund Report OR a TengTools ½” Socket & Tool Set HDV provided by Drayton
To enter the competition Visitors must register and attend the Midlands Machinery Show on either day of the show 8th or 9th November 2023. The filled-in leaflet must be handed in by 2pm on the 9/11/2023 in the collection box located in the George Stephenson Exhibition Hall on the NRoSO and BASIS registration point.
The Show public opening times are:
Wednesday 8th Nov - 8.00am – 4.00pm
Thursday 9th Nov - 8.00am – 4.00pm
For disabled parking, please follow signs to the main public car park and disabled parking is located at the front. There is plenty of general parking available! Parking will be available at the Showground for all visitors and is free.
No, there isn’t a cash point on site or cash back. There are places with a cash point near the showground you can go to before entry to the show. The closest ones are:
Esso Petrol Station and Shell petrol station located A17 Winthorpe Roundabout, Newark NG24 2NY.
Lincolnshire Co-op Collingham Food Store - High St, Collingham, Newark NG23 7LB
Lincolnshire Co-op The Bridge Food Store - The Bridge, Lincoln Rd, Newark NG24 2DQ
Dogs are welcome at the show but must be kept on a short lead and be friendly. Dogs are not to be left tied on leads in any areas on the Showground including trade stands. Any dogs showing aggressive behaviour will be asked to leave the Showground. We would request that you do not leave your pets unattended No dogs are to be left unaccompanied in vehicles, if found attempts will be made to rescue the dog. Please be a responsible dog owner and clean up after our dog.
Please use the A17 and follow road signs for the public. If you need disabled parking, please follow the disabled parking signs.