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Saturday 11th July, 2020  -  Sunday 12th July, 2020 Weekend Show July, Gloucestershire No comments yet.

About the Lister Tyndale Steam and Country Show

Right on the edge of the Cotswolds located close to the river Severn between Bristol and Gloucester, is the charming village of North Nibley. Of considerable antiquity, North Nibley was once famous for its manufacture of woollen cloth.

Nibley House is one of the few Georgian great houses that is still a private family home. And is the venue for the annual Lister Tyndale Steam and Country Show. One of the United Kingdom's premier steam rallies, the rally has around one thousand exhibits each year with an average attendance of over 12,000 people.

Steam enthusiasts come flocking to the event each year for a chance to reminisce and relive ‘the good ole-days’. Also out on display amongst the stunning views of the countryside are the traction engines, miniature engines, commercial vehicles, motorbikes, buses, military vehicles, and much more.

The Nibley House Farm has been organising the annual event since 1991. Over the years, local and national charities have benefitted from the show’s activities. Profits made by the Lister Tyndale Steam and Country Show go towards charitable donations.

Entry To The Event

Check again in advance of the show that it is definitely going ahead. It has been cancelled at short notice in the past due to issues such as field drainage and adverse weather.

Somewhere to Stay in Gloucestershire

Campers may pitch their tent in any part of the gardens: there are plenty of secluded places to relax. There are also toilets and shower facilities available near the main house. Breakfast may be available by prior arrangement, for an added charge. Other suitable lodging and accommodations around the neighbourhood of North Nibley include the Alveston House Hotel, Best Western Bristol North The Gables, The Old Lodge, The Swan Hotel, The Bell Inn, and The Amberley Inn, among others.

Getting To Nibley House Farm

North Nibley is about 20 miles northeast of Bristol. From London, the quickest route to the village is via the M4, although you can also get there via the M40 and A40. Guests visiting from Birmingham can get there the fastest via the M5, while those coming from Salisbury can take the A36.

Other Things To Do Around Gloucestershire

Surrounded on all sides by gardens, woods, and farmland, The Nibley House itself is a tourist destination with breathtaking views across to nearby Stinchcombe Hill. A perfect venue for weddings and photoshoots, it is a Grade II listed manor house with over two acres of flower-filled gardens. Visitors from all over enjoying leisurely strolls around the gardens. There's a farm-themed amusement park for children close by called the Cattle Country Adventure Farm Park, which is worth further investigation. Historians would undoubtedly be interested in visiting the Kingswood Abbey Gatehouse and the Tyndale Monument. Other noteworthy tourist spots include Swinhay House, Dr. Jenner's House, Museum and Garden, the Lower Woods, and Patch Bridge.

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Entry forms, all the latest, and other news are available through The Lister Tyndale Steam Rally facebook page - don’t forget to check it out!


 

When is the next Lister Tyndale Steam and Country Show?

The Lister Tyndale Steam and Country Show is planned to take place at Nibley House Farm, North Nibley, , Gloucestershire, GL11 6DL, Saturday 11th July, 2020. This is a Weekend Show.

Address
Nibley House Farm
North Nibley
Gloucestershire
GL11 6DL

 
Organisers
Jenny Wytchard
01453 546 024


External Website : Check this link for more information if necessary.

nibleyhouse.co.uk/



When using a phone number please be respectful if the organiser uses their private number - remember a lot of these events are for charity and run by volunteers.

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