Save money when you travel by train to Driffield Show

Driffield
Credit: Langton Photography

Northern has announced that it is once again supporting the Driffield Show, an annual agricultural show based at the Driffield Showground in East Yorkshire.

The show, which is in its 144th year, will take place on Wednesday 17 July. The show is easily accessible using Northern train services and a free shuttle bus provided by East Yorkshire Coaches.

Entry to the show is priced at £15 for an adult, £4 for a child aged 12-15 years, and children under 12 go free.

If you travel to the show by train, you can claim a £1 discount on your show ticket at the gate.

At this year’s show you will see a wide variety of animals on display, from dogs and horses to cows and sheep.

Find out more about the show here: www.driffieldshowground.co.uk

Northern runs a regular train service to Driffield from Hull and Scarborough, the timetable can be found here.

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