Sponsorship Opportunities

The two day Midlands Machinery Show, now in its third year, is rapidly gaining a reputation for being an intimate event where visitors can see the latest technology launches in the agricultural industry.

Organised by the Newark and Nottinghamshire Agricultural Society, the show prides itself on being a platform for small to medium-sized agricultural businesses to showcase their diverse range of machinery and innovation to those who work and have an interest in agriculture.

The event is increasingly attracting thousands of visitors from across the country. With a tremendous amount of positive feedback about the show we pride ourselves on our ability to attract the big name brands in the agricultural industry while also maintaining that important sense of intimacy.

 A number of sponsorship opportunities are available including:

  • Roadside advertising signs
  • Site Maps - Fold Out Leaflets & Static
  • Showground Advertising and Promotional Banner Positions
  • Exhibition Halls / Zones
    - George Stephenson Exhibition Hall - 
    - Lady Eastwood Centre -
    - John Crocker Halls 1, 2 & 3
    - Stanley Sheldon
  • Seminar Theatre & Programme - 

For further information please contact Una-Marie Palin on 01636 705796 or una-marie.palin@newarkshowground.com 

The Midlands Machinery Show would like to thank the following organisations for their sponsorship and support of our show which is very much appreciated:









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