We have been exhibiting at the Netley Marsh Show for a number of years. The show was first held in 1971, when it was a one day show and called The Puffin, and local steam engine owners brought along their engines to entertain the visitors. The aim of the show was to raise funds to pay for urgent repairs to St Matthews Church. Following the success of that aim and the general enjoyment that was had by everyone who attended the show, it was decided that this should be an annual event.
This year we will be there with our new thermal cooker and a full range of accessories.
Location and Travel Information
For Visitors to the Show
Netley Marsh is situated two miles south of the M27 junction 2. Follow signs from the roundabout. Postcode SO40 7GY.
Free car park.
Southampton Solent Blue Line, service 10 and 11 serves the show ground Friday and Saturday from Southampton, Totton and Cadnam.
Wilts & Dorset X71 on Sunday
Nearest station Totton
It should be noted that the show is held on farm land and as such the environment is a natural rural aspect, normally inhabited by wild animals and birds. The ground is therefore uneven in places and the organisers advise that suitable footwear is worn. The show is also on a hillside with superb views from the top of the field. Some areas are difficult for mobility and wheelchair users.