AES Kempton Show
Monday, 3rd October 2005
The largest entomological show of the year is held by the AES at Kempton Park in London. If you are wanting to buy some bugs, this is the show you MUST go to!
The AES (Amateur Entomologists Society) holds an event every year at Kempton Park Racecourse, Staines Road, Sunbury on Thames. This event is held on the first Saturday in October each year.
Many traders from all over the UK and Europe travel to this event to make up around 100 stands of entomological related interest including livestock, dried goods, plants etc. There are talks also being held within the venue throughout the day.
- Saturday 1st October 2005
- Doors open at 11am and close at 4:30pm.
- Entrance fee of £3 for Adults
- Refreshments are available
To see a map, please see the link below from the AES website:
If you would like to know some directions to the venue, see the below information curtsey of the AES website.
Kempton Park Racecourse is easy to reach by road and there is ample free car parking. Travelling from the M25, take the M3 exit (junction 12/2) towards Sunbury. Exit the motorway at Junction 1 and Kempton Park is less than 1 mile away on the A308.
Sunbury Station is a five to ten minute walk from Kempton Park. Trains serve the station approximately every 20-30 minutes from Waterloo. The service may also be joined at Richmond Station (District Line Underground Service).
Greenline 290 and London Transport service 216 serve the Racecourse and stop just outside.
For train and bus times, contact London Travel Information on 020 7222 1234
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