Cereals: The Arable Event

What is the nearest train station to Cereals 2017?    

Lincoln Central train station is located approximately 10 miles from the Cereals 2017 site.

The address of the train station is:

Lincoln Station
St Mary's Street
Lincoln
Lincolnshire
LN5 7EW

What is the nearest airport to Cereals 2017?

The following airports are the closest to the 2017 Cereals site:

Humberside airport approx. 41 miles. Address: Kirmington, North Lincolnshire, DN39 6YH

Robin Hood Doncaster approx. 50 miles. Address: Blaxton, South Yorkshire, DN9 3RH

East midlands airport approx. 51 miles. Address: Castle Donington, Derby, DE74 2SA

Other UK airports include:

Birmingham, Gatwick, Heathrow, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool John Lennon, London Luton, Manchester, Nottingham and Stansted.

Is there disabled parking at Cereals?

Yes, there will be a forward parking area close to the visitor entrance for vehicles displaying the official blue disability badge. Please follow all Cereals Visitor signage to the event.

Mobility facilities will be in Car Park 1.

If you do not have an official blue disability badge but have reduced mobility and need to park close to the entrance please contact Louise Baylis in advance tel: +44 (0)1788 892045 or email louise.baylis@comexposium.com

How much does a ticket to Cereals cost?

Tickets for Cereals 2017 will be available in April. Click here and sign up to our eNewsletter to receive updates and promo codes for discount tickets. 

More details about tickets can be found on our tickets page by clicking here. T&Cs apply.

Do international visitors have to pay?

Yes, all overseas visitors have to purchase a ticket. 

Tickets for Cereals 2017 are available next year. More details about tickets can be found on our tickets page by clicking here. TnCs apply, click here for more information.

Can I pay for my admission ticket by credit card?

You can pay online by credit card and at the event - all major credit cards are accepted. 

Tickets for Cereals 2017 are available to buy from April. Click here and sign up to our eNewsletter to receive promo codes for discount tickets.

More details about tickets can be found on our tickets page by clicking here. TnCs apply, click here for more information.

Where can I pick up a catalogue?

Catalogues will be distributed before the event in Farmers Weekly. They will also be available on the gate at the Event.

What are the opening times for Cereals?

Wednesday 14th June 8am-6pm   

Thursday 15th June 8am-5pm  

Car parks open at 6.00am with free tea and coffee available until 7.30am. 

The gates to Cereals open at 7.30am when the Event catering facilities open for breakfast, with a delicious full English available at the cafe until 11am.

Exhibition stands open at 8.00am

Can children attend Cereals?

Cereals is a business event and has a lot of working machinery. We do not recommend children under the age of 16 attend the event. Children aged 6-16 will be charged at the student rate.

What do I do if a vulnerable person gets lost in the crowds?

Please inform a Cereals official or the Organisers Office.  The team are in radio contact and will be able to assist in locating a vulnerable person.  Please show your vulnerable person where the Organisers Office is when you arrive and tell them to meet you there if they should lose you at any time.

Can I leave a caravan or RV onsite?

It is strictly prohibited for anyone to stay onsite overnight, due to security reasons.  

Is there a cash point onsite?

Yes, there will be ATMs outside Entrance 1 and Entrance 2 of the event.

Is there anywhere to eat onsite?

The cafe will be serving up a delicious full English breakfast from 8am-11am on both Event days and a two course lunch (including a carvery and pie of the day) from 11.30am.

The cafe will also host a bar area and a coffee shop which will be serving up tea, coffee and cake throughout the Event.

Are there any animals on show at Cereals?

Cereals is an arable event and does not have any animals onsite.  Some exhibitors, however, do supply inputs, machinery and advice for the livestock sector. You will be able to find information on growing cereals for livestock feed, for example, at Cereals 2017.

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