Claygate Flower & Village Show 2019 

Entrance Gates: There are 3 gates to enter the show from 1.30pm. 

 

1. Church Road Claygate KT10 0JU

2. Dalmore Avenue, Claygate KT10 0HQ

3. 36-38 Foley Road, Claygate KT10 0LU

 

 

There is very limited parking around the gate entrances so please park responsibly around the village car parks and roads. Please click on postcode below to take you to  google maps for nearby public car parks on Hare Lane Car Park, KT10 0RD and Torrington Lodge Car Park KT10 0QY

 

Getting There by Public Transport

By Bus: The K3 bus route stops just outside the ground. The K3 route runs from Roehampton (Asda) through Kingston, Surbiton, Thames Ditton to Esher. Note when catching the bus after leaving the Show services heading to Esher and to Roehampton / Kingston pass the ground in the same direction! Check the front of the bus! This service accepts Oyster Cards. Timetable.

 

By Train: The Southwestern Trains service from Waterloo to Guildford via Cobham calls at Claygate Station every 30 minutes in both directions. You can join this service at Clapham Junction, Wimbledon, Surbiton, Cobham & Guildford. It is about half a mile walk to the ground from the Station. Use the map above to see the best route for you. Claygate is OUTSIDE the Oyster Card area.  Timetable

 

Wheelchair access: Once at the showground there are no steps or steep slopes to cause difficulties to wheelchair users or those with walking difficulties. You will have easy access to all the tents, events and main arena. There is one disabled toilet which is a Council provided permanent toilet (See the toilets marked on the layout at the bottom right). Note we are totally reliant on Elmbridge Council for the state and access to this toilet. The K3 Bus has normal TFL facilities with wheelchair space and lowered access.
Southwest trains / Claygate station both have support for wheelchairs but please note that if alighting from / boarding the London Waterloo bound train then access to The Show is via Station Approach, under the railway bridge and Hare Lane.