Saturday 15 January 2022, 10am - 5pm
Sunday 16 January 2022, 10am - 4.30pm
Keeping everyone safe
Please ensure that you organise your COVID-19 status proof before attending
All attendees must be prepared to show proof of either:
a) having had two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days before attending*
Please note we will accept any proof given at point of vaccination for those vaccinated overseas.
b) a negative Lateral Flow Test result**, which can be taken at home or at a recognised centre free of charge, within 48 hours of the event
c) If you are resident in England, proof of natural immunity (positive PCR test within the last six months, after self-isolation has ended and up to 180 days after taking the test). Demonstrated via your NHS COVID Pass on the NHS App
We will accept various forms of proof and will use a common-sense approach when checking your status. Your data will not be required nor stored by us, proof can simply be shown to a member of staff.
*For vaccinations this includes:
- the NHS COVID Pass on the NHS App (this is different to the NHS COVID-19 Test and Trace app). It is advised individuals apply no later than 48 hours before attending their event to allow for the application to be processed in time.
If you need help using the NHS App to gain your COVID Pass, watch this helpful quick video.
WE STRONGLY ADVISE THAT YOU TAKE A PHOTO OF THE VALID QR CODE OR BRING A PRINTOUT WITH YOU AS POOR CONNECTIVITY ON YOUR SMART PHONE MAY NOT PERMIT THE APP TO LOAD
- the small vaccination record card given to you at the immunisation site
- a letter from the NHS – you can request this by calling 119
- a letter from a GP showing details of vaccines administered
**For the LFT test result, this includes:
- an email or text confirming your result
- a record of the result shown via the NHS app
Pack your face covering
Although it's optional, we encourage you to wear a face covering in busier areas of the show.
Check your symptoms before travelling
We ask that anyone who is displaying symptoms of Covid-19, has been asked to self-isolate or lives with someone who has Covid-19 symptoms DOES NOT attend the show at any time.
Book tickets in advance to take advantage of cheaper prices! Make sure you have your tickets ready to show on arrival on your phone, tablet or printed out.
Plan your day at the South East Homebuilding & Renovating Show
Use Gate F for car parking entrance, or Gate B for pedestrian entrance. For SatNav directions please use postcode GU14 6TQ.
Whatever the project, you’ll find that the more you plan, the better the outcome usually is.
Use this page to help plan your day at the show.
Saturday 16 January 2021 10am - 5pm
Sunday 17 January 2021 10am - 4.30pm
Travel & Accommodation
Select your mode of transport below for helpful tips on how to get there. Plus, check out some of the great hotels, bars & restaurants within close proximity of the centre. Please note: If using a Sat Nav to find us, please ensure you enter the postcode GU14 6TQ.
Please arrive at the venue at Gate F.
How to get there by...
Should you decide to travel by car, Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre is located just off the A325, accessible from the M3 (J4) and A31.
For SatNav directions, please use:
Gate F – GU14 6TQ
From here follow signs for event car parking. Parking at Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre is free, and we have space for up to 3,500 cars.
Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre is within easy reach of four stations- Farnborough Main, Farnborough North, North Camp and Aldershot.
Farnborough Main is served by South West Trains and sits on a mainline to London Waterloo. With up to six trains per hour and journey times as fast as 34 minutes, getting to Farnborough by train is a very fast and easy option. Farnborough Main station is 1.5 miles from the venue and just 5 minutes by taxi. Further information about the facilities at the station is available on the National Rail website.
Farnborough North and North Camp are served by First Great Western and located within a 10-minute taxi ride from the venue. Further information about the facilities at these stations is available on the National Rail website.
Aldershot is served by South West Trains and offers direct services to London Waterloo and Guildford. The station is a ten-minute taxi ride from the venue. Further information about the facilities at the station is available on the National Rail website.
All stations are wheelchair accessible.
From London Airports:
To travel to Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre from Gatwick Airport by train, take the First Great Western service to North Camp Station. The train journey is approximately 50 minutes.
Farnborough Airport. Delegates and visitors landing at Farnborough will experience an efficient transfer right to the door of the event venue without ever leaving the airport boundary. Please visit Farnborough Airport website for more details.
London Heathrow is a 30-minute drive from Farnborough. Alternatively, there is a shuttle bus from Heathrow to Woking Train Station where visitors can transfer to Farnborough Main by train in just 10 minutes. Please visit Heathrow Airport website for more details.
London Gatwick is a 50-minute drive from Farnborough or alternatively 50 minutes by train from Gatwick to North Camp from where it is a 10-minute taxi ride to the venue. Please visit Gatwick Airport website for more details.
Visit our FAQs page to find out answers to any questions you might have. We hope you find this page useful; however, if you still have an unanswered question please call 0121 728 9819 or email Homebuildingsupport@blueberryms.co.uk.