General Information

Venue

Over Finlarg Farm, Tealing, Dundee, Angus, DD4 0QE.

Date

Wednesday 1st June 2022.

Opening Time

9am to 5pm.

Admission & Visitor Tickets

Tickets available in advance online by clicking Here 

Adults £20.

NSA members £10.

Children 15 years of age and under FREE.

Group Bookings of more than 10 booked and paid for in advance with the organiser £15.

International visitor tickets are FREE and available by contacting the organiser in advance.

The organisers would prefer visitors to buy tickets online in advance (even up to and on the day) as this saves queues at the gate and is more convenient. For those visitors that are making a last-minute decision to come to the event, then tickets can be purchased at the visitor gate.

Conditions of entry to the event is available by clicking Here

Where to S tay

Large selection of B&B and hotels in Dundee, Forfar & surrounding area.

Website: Where to Stay https://visitangus.com/where-stay

Website: Dundee Accommodation - Self-catering, B&Bs & More www.visitscotland.com/destinations-maps/dundee/accommodation

Website: www.booking.com

How to find Over Finlarg Farm

Over Finlarg farm is situated just north of Tealing village in Angus in eastern Scotland, nestled at the foot of the Sidlaw Hills on the A928 (Dundee to Glamis Road). It is just 6 miles north of the city of Dundee and 7 miles south of Forfar.

By Car

It is recommended that you follow NSA Scotsheep Signage and not Satellite Navigation on the event day to get too Over Finlarg.

Those from Angus and the North-East of Scotland, its recommend that you come off the A90 onto the A94 at Forfar and when you get to Glamis, take the A928 to Dundee.

Those from South or West of Dundee, its recommended that you use the A90 heading towards Forfar and turn left onto the A928 signposted for Glamis.

Train

The nearest station is Dundee. Taxis are available from the station (8 miles to Over Finlarg).

Car Parking

Car parking is free to all visitors. Follow directions from event stewards as you enter the car parks.

Dogs

Dogs (except registered assistance dogs and dogs entered for the invitational sheepdog trial) are strictly prohibited on the event site and in the carparks. Vehicles with dogs not permitted for entry to the event site may be refused entry to the carparks; never leave a dog in a hot car.

Disabled Facilities

Designated forward area car parking and toilets available on site.

Toilets, Hand Washing & Hand Sanitising

Ladies and gents’ toilets, handwashing and hand sanitising stations are freely available including disabled facilities.  Be Covid-19 aware and help halt the spread of infection.

First Aid

6 enhanced first aiders/medics will be onsite with ambulances as well as a first aid room.

Food & Bar

Country Refreshments will be serving hot food including “Scotch Lamb” rolls from mobile units. Asher’s Ice Cream vans and licenced bar.

Information Point

Please ask at the event office.

Cash Machine

Not available.

Public Telephone

Not available. Mobile reception is good.

Event Organisers

National Sheep Association – Scotland

NSA is a Company Limited by Guarantee, registered in England (No. 37818). It is a registered charity in England and Wales (No. 249255) and in Scotland (No. SCO42853).

NSA complies with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

NSA Scotland Event Organiser

Euan Emslie, 3 Briar Close, Newport, Brough, East Yorkshire, HU15 2QY.

Mobile: 07729 346135 Email: euanemslie053@gmail.com

Website

www.scotsheep.org.uk