About the Rally

It's 2019 and we’re doing it all again!

Our 2019 Steam Rally will be held over the weekend of the 6th & 7th July.  We’re working hard to book some fantastic things to see and do - watch this space and our Facebook page too...OPENS AT 9.00AM - BUY TICKETS AT THE GATE! 

All the favourites...with added 'Craft'iness!

Alongside our phenomenal vehicular and farming exhibits, you'll find unique, traditional and new crafts in our increasingly popular Craft Village.

The covered village holds some of the surrounding counties crafters, selling, displaying and demonstrating how to craft.

Crafting in this modern day and age is increasing in popularity due to its benefits in an ever-evolving busy world and people are finding the benefits to crafting as a form of relaxation.

Join the village either as a crafter and pitch holder whether you’re a first timer or seasoned artisan - all are welcome or visit the Craft Village during the weekend and enjoy some retail therapy, displays and demonstrations by some of the best.

Our Craft Village!



In 2019 the Heddington & Stockley Steam Rally is going to be bigger and better than ever!!

Over the weekend, you'll be able to see:

Vintage Steam Traction Engines + “Mini-Steam” Engines

Classic Cars and Motorcycles

Vintage Tractors and Working Area

Old Tyme Working Area

Military Vehicles + 1940’s Tea Kitchen

Vintage and Contemporary Commercial Vehicles 

Stationary Engines

Tractor Pullers 

Lawn Mower Racing

Trials Bikes display

“Fiery Jack” wandering performances

English Civil War Battle Surgeon Andy  Strange with battle tales

Craft Village - bigger than ever, craft demonstrations and items for sale

Children’s Area - games emporium, circus workshop, tightrope sessions, hula hoop arena, Punch & Judy

Jennings Fun Fair 

Fun Dog Show

Ferret Racing

Arena Displays, Vehicle Parades

Birds of Prey 

Clay Pigeon Shooting

“Have a Go” Archery

Musical Organs

Catering Village – variety of vendors, game burgers, fish & chips, pizzas, noodle bar, hog roast and more….

Beer Tent (Box Steam Brewery ales)

Trade Stands




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How to find us

Based in the picturesque village of Heddington, the Heddington & Stockley Steam Rally welcomes upwards of 7000 people from across the country and beyond.  

It really is a fantastic way to spend a day or even a whole weekend!

The Heddington & Stockley Steam Rally can be found at the location shown in the map below - please use the postcode SN11 0PL to find us via sat nav.

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Get in touch

Any questions?

Steve Marsh is the Heddington & Stockley Steam Rally Co-ordinator and any queries should be directed to him.

Please email 

Please telephone our new number: 07493 171 247 

Any postal communication should be sent to: 

Heddington & Stockley Steam Rally
PO Box 702
SN11 0QY

Fancy lending a hand?

As you can imagine, running an event of this sort is hard work!  We appreciate any offers of help and support - please contact Steve if you'd like to get involved during set up, on either of the Rally days or (the most fun part) helping us clear it all away!

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