Stoneleigh Park

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Entrance to Stoneleigh Park

Stoneleigh Park is located south west of the village of Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, in the West Midlands (region) of England.

The site covers about 800 acres (320 ha), 250 acres (100 ha) of which is maintained. Previously known as the National Agricultural Centre, Stoneleigh Park is an exhibition and conference centre which hosts, among many other annual events, the Town and Country Festival, the Kit car show, the UK's largest LAN party (the i-Series by Multiplay UK), the International Historic Motorsport Show, Dirtbike show, Classic Jaguar Spares Day, International MG & Triumph spares day, Land rover Max and the now defunct Royal Show, formerly a large agricultural show and event.[citation needed] The Agricultural Buildings Show has taken over in part from the Royal Show at Stoneleigh Park.

It was announced on 12 April 2010 that Stoneleigh Events will play host to The Great Exhibition 2012, a festival showcasing the best of British taking place in the Olympic summer of 2012 and also as a loving tribute to the original Great Exhibition at Hyde Park in 1851.[1]

Stoneleigh Park is the location for many classic car events such as Race Retro, International Jaguar Spares day and the MG & Triumph spares day.

The proposed High Speed 2 rail link runs through the Park.[2]

Stoneleigh Events Has the Following: -

  • 21,000m2 of exhibition space
  • 800 acres of event and activity space
  • 250 Maintained
  • Conference facilities for up to 2000 people
  • On site hotel
  • An off-road vehicle track

British Charolais Cattle Society[edit]

British Charolais Cattle Society building

The British Charolais Cattle Society has headquarters within Stoneleigh Park.[3]


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Coordinates: 52°20′35″N 1°31′37″W / 52.343°N 1.527°W / 52.343; -1.527