Biddenden Tractorfest FAQs
Q: Where is Tractorfest’s location for 2019?
A: Below is an interactive map courtesy of Google Maps.
Q: Is there a free bus service to and from Tractorfest?
A: Yes, please download our Complimentary Transport Poster HERE.
Q: How can I volunteer to help as a Steward at Tractorfest?
A: The Committee would be delighted to hear from you. Please contact the organisers either by email – firstname.lastname@example.org – or phone 07934 270500.
Q: Can I buy a ticket on the day?
A: Yes, but it is cheaper to buy on-line and you will be entitled to utilise, the “FAST TRACK ENTRY CHANNEL” at the gate.
Q: Is there a help page for buying tickets online?
A: Yes, please click this link to our ticket sales partner’s help pages.
Q: Can you re-send my online-purchased tickets?
A: Yes, please click this link to our ticket sales partner’s web page.
Q: How do I contact your online tickets sales provider?
A: Please click this link to our ticket sales partner’s web page.
Q: What are Tractorfest opening times?
A: Entry to the show is from 10am to 4pm each day. The show closes at 5pm.
Q: Do children under 4 have free entry to Tractorfest?
A: Yes, children under 4 have free entry to Tractorfest.
Q: Can I bring my dog?
A: Yes certainly. Well-behaved doggies kept on a lead at all times are welcome. Please clear up any little mishaps as you would normally. Thank you.
Q: Could I use my motorised scooter at Tractorfest?
A: Yes, absolutely but please be aware the site is, by its nature, a field so please take care. NO RACING.
Q: Can I bring my own food?
Q: Is there a picnic area?
Q: Can I have a go on any of the Tractors/machines?
A: Unfortunately, the display items (Tractors and static machines for example) are operated by their respective exhibitors and insurance restrictions do not permit members of the public to “HAVE A GO”.
Q: Is there a footpath to the event?
Q: Can I camp?
Q: Are there disabled facilities?
Q: Are there things for children to do?
A: Yes, please see the Visit Page.