The leading technical event for the arable industry
Cereals is the leading technical event for the UK arable industry with over 64ha of stands and live demonstrations including Crop Plots, Working Cultivations, Sprays and Sprayers, Post-Harvest Technology, Business Area, Potatoes and Renewables.
Over 490 leading suppliers come together to update nearly 26,000 visitors on the very latest products, ranging from seeds to sprayers, crop varieties to cultivation equipment, fertilisers to finance.
2012 layout (Click map for pdf)
About the Cereals Event
There are plenty of reasons to visit Cereals, the leading technical event for the arable industry.
Whether you are planning your cropping, purchasing new machinery, comparing agrichemical treatments or looking for farm savings, Cereals is the ideal place for all your business needs. One place, two days, for invaluable advice and a host of fresh ideas.
- Over 64 ha of exhibits, crop plots and live demonstrations
- More than 470 leading suppliers, from seeds to sprayers, fertilisers to finance
- The largest gathering of arable farmers and industry professionals
"The Cereals Event just keeps going from strength to strength. There's nothing to touch it for progressive technical content, must-have business information and great networking opportunities. If you are serious about arable, you can't afford to miss it." Farmers Weekly
Event Opening Times: 12th-13th June
Wednesday 8am-6pm Thursday 8am-5pm
Car parks open at 6.00am with free tea and coffee available until 7.30am.
Gates open to the event site at 7.30am and catering facilities will be open for breakfast.
Please note exhibition stands do not open before 8.00am
How To Get There
The address for the event site is Cereals 2013, Boothby Graffoe, Lincoln, LN5 0AS
Free car parking on site.
You will be able to access the event site from 7.30am and catering facilities will be open for breakfast. The exhibition stands open at 8am.
Car parks are open from 6am and there is free tea and coffee in the car parks for visitors who arrive between 6am and 7.30am.
- Book your tickets in advance to save queuing on the day
- Think about car share or coming in a larger group
- Follow the instructions on the ‘Cereals Visitor’ signage and not your sat nav
- Arrive early to help avoid commuting traffic and make the most of the day
From the South: Download map
A1 northbound, exit at junction with B6403 (at Colsterworth). Take the B6403 north to Ancaster and take A153 north east to Sleaford. Follow signs for the A15 northbound towards Lincoln, turn left onto the B1202. Please turn off your Sat Nav when you pick up the event signage ‘Cereals Visitors’.
From the East: Download map
A17 westbound to A15 northbound, follow signs north towards Lincoln. Turn left onto the B1202. Please turn off your Sat Nav when you pick up the event signage ‘Cereals Visitors’.
From the North West: Download map
A1 southbound, take the A17 eastbound at Newark. Turn left onto Sleaford Road, right onto Pottergate Road, right onto the A607 and right onto the B1202. Please turn off your Sat Nav when you pick up the event signage ‘Cereals Visitors’.
From the South West: Download map
A46 north-eastbound, take the A17 eastbound at Newark. Turn left onto Sleaford Road, right onto Pottergate Road, right onto the A607 and right onto the B1202. Please turn off your Sat Nav when you pick up the event signage ‘Cereals Visitors’.
From North East: Download map
A46 south-westbound (north of Lincoln), turn off at Thorpe on the Hill/Aubourn/Haddington junction through to Harmston. Turn right onto the A607 and then left to the event site. Do not approach from the A15 southbound. Please turn off your Sat Nav when you pick up the event signage ‘Cereals Visitors’.
Hykeham Station is approximately 8 miles north-west of the event site and Metheringham Station is approximately 6 miles east of the event site.
Use www.nationalrail.co.uk to find the most suitable route.
East Midlands – approx 50 miles west of the event site.
Birmingham – approx 92 miles south-west of the event site.
Manchester – approx 110 miles west of the event site.
London Stansted - approx 112 miles south of the event site.
London Luton – approx 114 miles south of the event site.
London Heathrow – approx 144 miles south of the event site.
London Gatwick – approx 178 miles south of the event site.
There is no shuttle service from the airports. Visitors are advised to hire a car or book a taxi. All major airports offer hire car facilities.
Getting to Cereals from airports by car:
If you are flying into East Midlands, Birmingham or Manchester airports use instructions from North & South West (above)
If you are flying into a London airport use instructions from South & East (above)
Fixed wing flights - Please contact David Porter for the use of Temple Bruer airstrip (approx 4 miles from Cereals) on +44 (0)7970 033618 or +44 (0)1522 810840
Helicopter landings - Please contact Liz Haynes for information on +44 (0)1788 892045
To get to the event site by taxi from a train station or airport please try the following firms:
Barnes Taxis Tel: +44 (0)1526 833863
JJ Cabs Tel: +44 (0)1529 300448
Woodside Taxis Tel: +44 (0)1529 304444
Harper Adams University College
John Deere Ltd
Field Science Ltd
A Proctor Group Ltd
EnviTec Biogas UK Ltd
Farmers & Mercantile Insurance Brokers
Teagle Machinery Ltd
Richard Western Ltd
Garford Farm Machinery
Keith Mount Liming
Big Bale Co. South Ltd
G.T Bunning & Sons Ltd
Lemken UK Ltd
Sum-It Computer Systems Ltd
Agricultural Mortgage Corporation plc
Hypro EU Ltd
ACP (Concrete) Ltd
Agricultural Plant Hire Ltd
Agricultural Supply Services
Air-Seal Products Ltd
Altek International Ltd
Alvan Blanch Development Company Ltd
Anglia Farmers Ltd
Anglia Grain Services Ltd
A and R Cramphorn Contractors
Capital Seating & Vision
Caterpillar Finning UK
Cemo Safe Storage Ltd
Chafer Machinery Ltd
Chantry-Damman UK Ltd
Cherry Products Ltd
Chillton Agriculture Eqipment Ltd
Clifton Rubber Co. Ltd
Concept Grain Systems
Cousins of Emneth Ltd
CTM Root Crop Systems
D & S Factors Ltd
David King Electronics Ltd
DGPS 4 U Ltd
Dowdeswell Engineering Co. Ltd
Drax Power Ltd
Edwards Farm Machinery Ltd
Farm Image Ltd
Farm Works Ltd
Farmade Management Systems Ltd
Hi-Spec Engineering Ltd
Househam Sprayers Ltd
Hugh Crane (Cleaning Equipment) Ltd
Huntsmoor Park Farm
International Energy Crops
J B Edlington & Co. Ltd
J H Walter
J J Metcalfe & Son
K & J Engineering Contracts Ltd
Kellands Agricultural Ltd
Kelvin Cave Ltd
Kings Road Tyres
Knight Farm Machinery Ltd
L.M. Bateman & Co. Ltd
Landmark Systems Ltd
Landmec Pottinger Ltd
Laurence Gould Partnership Ltd
LH Agro UK Ltd
Lincolnshire Drainage Company Ltd
Lloyds TSB Agriculture
Lodi UK Ltd
Manitou UK Ltd
Marley Eternit Ltd
Marston Agricultural Services Ltd
Martin Lishman Ltd
Mecmar Driers 2000 Ltd
Michelin Tyre plc
Micron Sprayers Ltd
Miles Drainage Ltd
Mitchell Rowlands/GM-R Sprayers
Moncaster Wire Products
National Association of Agricultural Contractors
National Farmers Union
Nordic Tyres (UK) Ltd
Omex Agriculture Ltd
Omya UK Ltd
P.A. Bristow & Co
Pan Anglia C M Ltd
Pear Technology Ltd
Perry of Oakley Ltd
Phillard Pump Co
Precise Solutions GPS Ltd
Profi Tractors and Farm Machinery
Quivogne UK Ltd
R H Claydon Ltd
Richard Larrington Ltd
Rix Petroleum Ltd
Roythornes Solicitors LLP
Ryetec Industrial Equipment Ltd
Sam Moreton & Sons
Same Deutz-Fahr UK Ltd
Sands Agricultural Machinery Ltd
SCS Spreader & Sprayer Testing Ltd
Severn Trent Water
Simba International Ltd
Spearhead Machinery Ltd
Stocks AG Ltd
Sumo UK Ltd
T H White Ltd
Tanks R Us
Team Sprayers Ltd
Techneat Engineering Ltd
Tenant Farmers Associatio
Terrington Machinery Importers Ltd
Terry Johnson Ltd
Tey Farm Systems Ltd
Thomas Bell & Sons Ltd
Tong Peal Engineering
Toucan Farm Machinery Ltd
Trelleborg Wheel Systems UK Ltd
Tripp Batt & Co. Ltd
Twose of Tiverton Ltd
Vredestein UK Ltd
Warwick Bros (Alr) Ltd
Wox Agri Services Ltd
KWS UK Ltd
Browns of Wem Ltd
Country Land Business Association
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
Bayer CropScience Ltd
EB Equipment Ltd
Kongskilde U.K. Ltd
The Glenside Group Ltd
ALO UK Ltd
Bomford Turner Ltd
Shelbourne Reynolds Engineering Ltd
CLAAS UK Ltd
Agrifac UK Ltd
GrowHow UK Ltd
AgriArgo UK Ltd
Berthoud Sprayers Ltd
Wurth UK Ltd
Woldmarsh Producers Ltd
Wherry and Sons Ltd
Gleadell Agriculture Ltd
Glencore Grain UK Ltd
Goodyear UK & Ireland
Gurney Reeve Ltd
Vegcraft Harvesting Systems
United Oilseeds Marketing Ltd
University of Nottingham
University of Reading - School of Agriculture
C & J Supplies Ltd
Calibre Control International Ltd
Chief Industries UK Ltd
Clarkes of Walsham Ltd
CYO Seeds (Midlands) Ltd
Griffith Elder & Company Ltd
Bailey Trailers Ltd
Bateman Engineering Ltd
BDC Systems Ltd
Belchim Crop Protection Ltd
Bentall Rowlands Storage Systems Ltd
Berkeley Futures Ltd
Billericay Farm Services
BioG UK Ltd
British Beet Research Organisation
David Ritchie (Implements) Ltd
De Sangosse Ltd
DLF Trifolium Ltd
DSV United Kingdom
Knollands Product Supplies Ltd
Econergy Europe Ltd
Elsoms Seeds Ltd
FGS Agri Ltd
Frontier Agriculture Ltd
Thompson & Richardson (Lincoln) Ltd
Mark Weatherhead Ltd
Miedema Mercer Machinery
Monsanto UK Ltd
Muddy Boots Software Ltd
Offre & Demande Agricole
J & H Bunn Ltd
Ilex EnviroSciences Ltd
LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming)
Ledbury Welding & Engineering Ltd
Harby Agriculture Ltd
Henry H Bletsoe & Son
Strutt & Parker
South Cave Tractors Ltd
SGS United Kingdom Ltd
Scotts Precision Manufacturing
Satake Europe Ltd
SAI Global Assurance Services Ltd
Abbott & Co (Wessex) Ltd
Accurate Laser Concrete
Agricultural Waste Recycling
Alanco Agricultural Ltd
Aqua Response Ltd
Archer Daniels Midland Company
Association of Independent Crop Consultants
Astwell Augers Ltd
HK Timbers Ltd
NIBE Energy Systems Ltd
Playfords Solar Energy
R and T Liming
RAGT Seeds Ltd
Retsch (U.K.) Ltd
Arcusin UK Ltd
UK Bunded Fuel Tanks
EWT UK Ltd
Qila Energy LLP
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