Stoneleigh Park is located between the M6 and M40 motorways, close to Kenilworth and around 6 miles south of Coventry close to the A46.
From London / M40. Leave the M40 at junction 15 and head onto the A46 towards Coventry. Follow the signs to Stoneleigh Park main entrance or NAEC on the B4113.
From the M6/M9. Leave the M6 at junction 2 and head onto the A46 towards Warwick or at the end of the M69, head onto the A46 towards Warwick and the M40. Follow the signs to Stoneleigh Park main entrance or NAEC on the B4113.
From the M1 (Northbound). Leave the M1 at junction 17 and join the M45 heading towards Coventry. Pick up the signs for the A45 Coventry (NOT Daventry). Stay on the A45 heading towards the A46, follow the signs to Stoneleigh Park main entrance or NAEC on B4113.
19th July 2022
We have only just recieved confirmation that we have limited availability for Exhibitor Caravans on Stoneleigh.
The booking and management of the site will be carried out by the Association.
Anyone wanting to book, please email the secretary at “firstname.lastname@example.org”who will forward a booking form giving full details.
The site will be available from 8am on Tuesday 30th up to 12 noon on Monday 5th September.
We are grateful to Jilly & Charles Holgate who have agreed to act as Wardens for the site.
Please be gentle with us and have patience as this is the first time we have managed our own caravan site.
Enter your dogs as NOT FOR COMPETITION (at a cost of £10 per dog). This will enable your dog to be benched alongside your entered dogs. Dogs entered NFC must be Kennel Club registered and full details must be given on the entry form.
Unentered dogs may also be brought to the Show on the day and admitted as a SPECTATOR DOG (At a cost of £5 per dog). Upon arrival at the Show you will need to complete the necessary Kennel Club Form, giving an undertaking that you will keep your dog under control at all times.
In order to comply with Kennel Club requirements, car park passes must be shown in the windscreen, displaying the entry form number.
Entrance passes will be posted to exhibitors using postal entries.
**EXHIBITORS PASS SYSTEM**
For On-line entries only
You will receive your Exhibitors Passes at the appropriate time through your personal on-line account – **Not through the post**
Approximately 2 weeks before the show you will be informed by email that your Exhibitors Passes are in your account + by SMS text to your mobile phone if you wish.
Take these steps: Login to your account and choose the option ‘My Account History’ there you will see with your Show Entry record a line saying Download your Exhibitors Pass – click this link and your Exhibitors Pass will appear – print it – take it to the show.There may also be a Show Information Leaflet – print this.
Be aware that the Exhibitors Passes are not sent to you by email but will be in your www.dog.biz account ready to be printed off by you and used at the show in the normal way. This will be a great saving to the Society of the postal costs; envelopes etc.Exhibitors making postal entries will receive their Exhibitors Passes by Post in the usual way.
If they are not received, or there is an error with your passes please contact Higham Press — Telephone 01773 832390. Email email@example.com
The Organisers would like to bring the regulation on photography and filming to the attention of exhibitors, trade stands, press and visitors. It is a condition of all those attending the event that no filming or other form of recording may be taken or made at the venue without express written permission of the organisers. The taking of photographs in the show venue for sale or reward is strictly prohibited except with the written permission of the Organisers. Press accredited photographers are provided with permission to take photographs ONLY for use in newspapers, magazines and internet sites – this is for news purposes only. There is no objection to the general public taking photographs of general views of the show, provided that these are for private use. Specific dogs may be photographed only with the approval of the exhibitor. No photography or filming is permitted in breed judging rings whilst judging is actually taking place. However, judges may allow it to happen at the end of classes or after the
Challenge Certificate is awarded. Filming and flash photography is allowed from outside the rings at all times unless the operation of the camera is actually affecting exhibits. However, if a powerful flash unit is used or it is clear that exhibits are being affected, a ring steward or the judge is empowered to stop the person concerned.
Breed Clubs are welcome to hold their Championship or Open Shows within the City of Birmingham Show. Application should be made to the Secretary.
“The City” were pioneers of this initiative as far back as 2010, showcasing many minority breeds.
We strive to assist you in creating the best possible atmosphere at your Breed Show, thereby achieving that uniqueness your members deserve in their show.