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Coronavirus disease (COVID-19 update.

Strumpshaw Steam Rally May 2021 - CANCELLED

We are very sorry to inform our exhibitors, stall holders, supporters and visitors that we have decided to cancel the 2021 Rally due to the Coronavirus. We thank you for your support over the years and look forward to seeing you next year in 2022. The volunteers will try to get the museum open as soon as possible once the lockdown is lifted and it’s safe to do so.

We would like to thank all our volunteers, exhibitors, suppliers, traders and visitors for their support.

For further information, please see our Strumpshaw Steam Rally Facebook page

Update on our other events: Events >

There are around 50 working Steam Engines, 60 working Miniature Steam Engines, all of which take part in parades in the grand ring, along with 100 tractors, vintage and classic cars and motorbikes. There are static displays of military vehicles, stationary engines, fire engines and vintage equipment and vehicles.

We have working demonstrations of stone crushing and wood sawing and the Tractor Pulling Display will be with us again this year. There are many outside trade stands and craft stalls and models in the museum, catering and a bar. The museum train 'Jimmy' will be chugging round the track all over the weekend. We also have heavy horse and working dog display.

There is a wonderful travelling fair which delights the old and young with their beautifully painted Gallopers, swing boats and much more.

Come to the Strumpshaw Steam Rally for a day out you will not forget, under 16s and car parking is free.

Video: Our Annual Steam Rally

A brilliant weekend rally with over 5,000 adults attending. Check out our video below.

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If you would like to enter the 2020 Steam Rally, please download the entry form applicable to your exhibit along with the ‘Exhibitors Letter’ which will give you further information about exhibiting and send your entry form to:

If you would like further information, please contact Michael using the below details.

Michael Curtis, The Barn, Littlebeck Lane, Brooke, Norwich, NR15 1ET

Mobile: 07753 182065 or email

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