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  • GDSF - Stunt Displays
    Bolddog Lings Freestyle Motorcycle Display Team HONDA S OFFICIAL AND THE UK S NUMBER 1 FREESTYLE MOTOCROSS DISPLAY TEAM Based on the latest extreme sports action including freestyle motocross and motorcycle back flips The Bolddog team travel the UK and Europe performing at County shows Carnivals and motor sports events The team is managed by one of Europe s top freestyle motocross riders Dan Whitby the first person to flip a four stroke motorcycle in Europe With the largest most sophisticated FMX landing ramp ever seen anywhere in the world described as the best ramp in the world by many UK and US riders The Ramp enables riders to jump gaps over 75ft and perform tricks which involve the rider leaving the seat in mid air The show features a wide selection of freestyle motocross tricks such as the superman seat grab Indian air heel clicker rock solid double nac switch blade kiss of death lazy boy and many more International Big Pete Monster Truck Display Team International Big Pete is the UK s number one Monster Truck team providing a unique approach to monster truck displays Their spectacular and exciting shows have captivated crowds at many high profile events

    Original URL path: http://www.gdsf.co.uk/index.php/attractions/stunt-displays (2016-02-15)
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  • GDSF - Other Attractions
    Steam Fair FM Music Festival Visitor Tickets Entrance Tickets Evening Tickets Shuttle Bus Tickets Visitor Camping Camping Information Electric Hook Up Disabled Access Camping Pay On Arrival Camping Campsite Vehicle Rules Regulations 2016 Prepaid Campsite Terms Conditions Caravan Hire Companies Snoozebox News FAQs Other Attractions Other attractions at the show include Pipe Bands Bernese Mountain Dogs and Carts and Newfoundland Dogs Home Page Entrance Tickets Prepaid Camping Contact Us Gallery

    Original URL path: http://www.gdsf.co.uk/index.php/attractions/other-attractions (2016-02-15)
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  • GDSF - Visitor Information
    Visitor Tickets Entrance Tickets Evening Tickets Shuttle Bus Tickets Visitor Camping Camping Information Electric Hook Up Disabled Access Camping Pay On Arrival Camping Campsite Vehicle Rules Regulations 2016 Prepaid Campsite Terms Conditions Caravan Hire Companies Snoozebox News FAQs Visitor Information Read more Steam Fair Statistics At over 600 acres the showground is one of Europe s largest outdoor event locations With 1 000 trade stands 2 000 exhibitors and their families together with our campers on the public campsites 5 000 caravans and tents it is estimated that the Read more What s in it for you Have you been to the Steam Fair before If not you are probably asking yourself What s in it for me Well many folk have a preconception of it being a specialist and exclusive show for steam enthusiasts and farmers How far from the truth The Great Dorset Steam Read more History Of The Show Ten miles of electric cable 200 tonnes of coal 550 barrels of beer These are huge statistics by anybody s standards Statistics that Michael Oliver and his pioneering colleagues in the Dorset Steam Historical Vehicle Club surely could never have imagined would apply Read more Home Page Entrance

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  • GDSF - What's In It For You
    into the days of yesteryear Everything that was great in British engineering can be seen it really is a look back at our wonderful heritage when Great Britain was workshop to the world Overall there are 200 working steam engines at the show with around 2 000 other working exhibits You can stand amazed at the variety of exhibitions and the sheer scale of the show means that there is always something new to see For the first time visitor seeing the Great Dorset Steam Fair can be quite an awe inspiring and impressive site a sea of marquees and attractions that can take your breath for a moment Once on site you can watch the steaming giants of the past being put through their paces some hauling huge loads others road making sawing planks or doing the farm work of long ago such as driving ploughs threshing or baling To see the swirling dust clouds the belching smoke and the sparks flying of these great machines is an unforgettable experience And don t forget the deafening noise One of the other main features is the old time steam driven funfair Annually over 50 showmen s engines with their gleaming twisted brass can be seen generating the light and power for the old carousels and swingboats to operate This makes for a fascinating spectacle especially at night where the venue transforms into a magical electric city To add to the excitement several of the large fair organs in the main outdoor entertainment area are fronted by authentic 1920 s style stage shows with traditional Can Can dancing girl performances and other acts Vintage veteran and classic cars lorries military vehicles tractors stationary engines motorcycles and bikes all find a place in the cavalcade and if it s possible to fight your way through the crowds to the bottom show field you ll find the working heavy horses Country crafts from thatchers to cider makers and memorabilia collections of all kinds are also well represented Over 500 trade stands provide an endless variety of goods to purchase and there is an excellent auto jumble section with nearly 200 stands There are also five massive entertainment pavilions each with its own programme of live music and its own range of national and local ales beers Dine at one of the splendid food stalls across the showground which offer both fast foods and delicacies from a wide choice of traditional and exotic meals or snacks or you may prefer a rustic cheese ploughmans while sampling the delights of a local cider It s not all old time For our younger clientele take a white knuckle ride on one of the country s biggest travelling modern funfairs Rides expected include a Giant Wheel Log Flume Spinning Roller Coaster Drop Tower and Reverse Bungee The Great Dorset Steam Fair is a typically British event offering a unique blend of nostalgia and entertainment Come and soak up the special festival atmosphere whether as a day visitor

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  • GDSF - Getting There
    Campsite Terms Conditions Caravan Hire Companies Snoozebox News FAQs Getting There Directions to the Showground Train Information Our nearest station is Salisbury with a direct bus route to the showground For more information and booking trains please contact one of the following South West train link www southwesttrains co uk Phone 0845 6000 650 National Rail Enquiries 08457 484950 www nationalrail co uk Bus Information Damory Coach Company provide bus services in and around Dorset and Wiltshire and will be providing buses directly into the Great Dorset Steam Fair site from Salisbury and Blandford For details please call 01202 338420 www salisburyreds co uk CLICK HERE TO SEE THE TIMETABLE FROM SALISBURY CLICK HERE TO SEE THE TIMETABLE FROM BLANDFORD TO GDSF Directions by Car Postcode for Sat Nav equipment is DT11 8HX RAC Route Finder We are situated on the A354 between Blandford and Salisbury in the village of Tarrant Hinton Coming from the London area Take M3 A303 A343 to Salisbury and A354 to the showground Coming from the North West Take M5 M4 A46 A36 and A350 to Blandford Coming from Devon and Cornwall Take A30 A35 and A354 to Blandford Coming from the Midlands Take M1

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  • GDSF - Showground and location maps
    Tickets Concessions Camping Caravans Facilities Did You Know Useful Links Steam Fair FM Music Festival Visitor Tickets Entrance Tickets Evening Tickets Shuttle Bus Tickets Visitor Camping Camping Information Electric Hook Up Disabled Access Camping Pay On Arrival Camping Campsite Vehicle Rules Regulations 2016 Prepaid Campsite Terms Conditions Caravan Hire Companies Snoozebox News FAQs Showground Map 2015 click image for full size view To download the map right click on your mouse here and select save as or save link as Location of the Showground Postcode for Sat Nav equipment is DT11 8HX We are situated on the A354 between Blandford and Salisbury in the village of Tarrant Hinton Coming from the London area Take M3 A303 A343 to Salisbury and A354 to the showground Coming from the North West Take M5 M4 A46 A36 and A350 to Blandford Coming from Devon and Cornwall Take A30 A35 and A354 to Blandford Coming from the Midlands Take M1 A43 M40 A34 A303 A343 to Salisbury and A354 to the showground Coming from Southampton Portsmouth Sussex Take M27 A31 A350 and A354 to showground Home Page Entrance Tickets Prepaid Camping Contact Us Gallery Buy Official GDSF Merchandise Staff and Volunteers Exhibitor Trade Information

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  • GDSF - Crime Prevention Advice
    is no way to make a tent secure so only bring what you absolutely need Use on site lock ups if available Don t challenge people looking through tents Report them to event security staff or police immediately Keep cash and possessions on you Don t keep all your money bank cards and valuables together Keep them in different pockets Don t leave your backpack or handbag unattended Before going to sleep place valuables in a bag and hide it in your sleeping bag with you Camp near friends Introduce yourself to people in the neighbouring tents to build a community feeling and provide greater security around your tent Mark your property Label your belongings including your tent with your house number and postcode Thieves are after unidentifiable property Make sure the markings are obvious and indelible Before the event register property such as mobile phones and cameras for free at www immobilse com This will help the police to return stolen items to their rightful owner Protect your mobile phone Do this now on your mobile phone key in 06 and your unique International Mobile Equipment Identity IMEI number will be displayed Make a note of this number so that if your phone is lost or stolen you can contact your service provider to have the phone immobilised While on site keep your phone in a buttoned or zipped pocket a secure bag or use a lanyard to keep it secured to your clothing Report crime at the time There will be police officers and event staff on site Alternatively call Dorset Police on 101 Only dial 999 if a life is in danger or a crime is in progress If you have witnessed a crime you can also call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 Enjoy the event and

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  • GDSF - Local Accommodation
    will be able to find off site accommodation in the local area whether you re looking for a hotel bed breakfast or self catering facilities The Rural Dorset link is the main guide for accommodation closest to the Steam Fair Rural Dorset Accommodation attractions events and visitor information CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEBSITE Purbeck District Council CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEBSITE West Dorset s official tourist information site Find things to do in West Dorset hotels accommodation events itineraries areas to visit including the beautiful Jurassic Coast and sporting activities CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEBSITE The official Poole Tourism website CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEBSITE The official Bournemouth Tourism website CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE WEBSITE The Official Weymouth Tourism website CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEBSITE Salisbury District Council The official Tourist Board site for South West England CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEBSITE The official Shaftesbury tourism website CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEBSITE The Dorset Business Directory Free Business Listings Dorset Weather Hotel Deals CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEBSITE Abacus Motorhome Hire Why not hire a luxury motorhome for the week 2 4 5 6 berths available visit the website for further

    Original URL path: http://www.gdsf.co.uk/index.php/visitor-information/local-accommodation (2016-02-15)
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