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Welcome to the website for the Cumbria Steam Gathering which takes place annually over the last weekend in July. Our home since 1986 has been Cark Airfield, Flookburgh, Grange over Sands LA11 7LS by kind permission of Mr J Latham and Sons.

The 48th Cumbria Steam Gathering will take place over the weekend of July 25th and 26th.

First of all, a big thank you to all those who supported us and stayed to the bitter (and soggy) end in 2019. If only the weather gods would be equally obliging we would all be smiling!

Changes for 2020 include raising the age limit for most exhibit classes from 1985 to 1995.

We have a new class for this year to include modified, competition and supercars.  (Entries for this class will available from this website from April)

As usual we will have on show the usual mix of some of the finest preserved vehicles and machinery representing all forms of motorised transport plus those powered by steam and pedal, a large craft exhibition and the annually expanding and popular food hall.

A stroll around the busy traders section is always popular and for those who are engaged in a restoration project and looking for that elusive part, a visit to the autojumble area is a must.

If you need a sit down at any time the Vintage Village Tea Room will be providing afternoon teas and you can always take a breather in the grandstand and watch the show go by.

Gates open at 09.00 and close at 17.00 each day.

Advance purchase from this website: 

Adult £10.00

Child (5 to 16) £4.00 

Family ticket (2 adults + 3 children) £24.00

On the day:

Adult £12.00

Child (5 to 16) £5.00

Family ticket (2 adults + 3 children) £25.00

Car parking Free (with designated areas for visitors with mobility issues)                                            

Children under 3 Free

If you would care to see pictures of Steam Gatherings past, please go to the gallery page on this website.

General enquiries can be raised by email via the contact us page of this website where you will also find a list of answers to Frequently Asked Questions