Venue Access and Facilities
The Knitting & Stitching Show is fully accessible to disabled visitors. The show at Simmonscourt is all on one level. There are disabled facilities in the hall and aisles are kept as wide as possible to ease congestion’s and improve access.

Wheelchair Hire
Unfortunately wheelchair hire is not available at the show so please make sure you hire a wheelchair prior to the show if you will need one.

Disabled Parking
There are a number of reserved spaces outside the Main Entrance for disabled drivers and there is no charge for these spaces. However they do come on a first-come first-served basis. You must display your blue badge.

Disabled visitors are able to purchase tickets using the concession price. Carers attending with disabled visitors are entitled to free entry to the Show. To request a carer ticket, get in touch via the SEE Tickets here. Carers accompanying a VIP ticket holder will be allowed access to the VIP lounge but are not entitled to any additional benefits associated with the VIP package.

Disabled Visitors


Important Ticket Information – Covid-19

We’re looking forward to welcoming visitors to The Knitting & Stitching Show in November for what promises to be a great event. That said, our number one priority is to ensure we protect the health and wellbeing of our visitors and exhibitors, and we will closely follow the government and their medical advisers’ recommendations to ensure we do this.

The show will go ahead, unless we’re advised or told to cancel or delay at the request of the UK Government, which we will then do without hesitation. If this is the case we will issue a refund for all tickets and workshops booked via See Tickets, (if you booked through a third party please contact them directly). We won’t take risks with your safety and we will do as the Government advises.