Torbay Steam Fair is now one of the biggest events on the English Riviera events calendar and attracts visitors from far and wide. Situated just outside Brixham on the main A3022, this 3 day event is a must for all the family

Torbay Steam Fair 2022 is going ahead

All enquiries from 6am Thursday 4th August to be made to the site mobile 07990983072

Show opens at 0930hrs each day.

2022 Show 5/6/7 August 2022

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2022 At the gate Admission Prices

Adults £12 —  Senior Citizens and Students  £10 —  Under 16s  £6 — Under 5s FOC — Family ticket 2 Adults & up to 4 Children £30.

Opening times 0930hrs 1700hrs


This year the show will be on a new site, thankfully it is on the opposite side of the road as can be seen on the map. 

“Only two months to the first Torbay Steam Fair for three years. We had an amazingly busy three months especially with the added problems of having to move to a new site and all the logistics involved.

Thanks to our new landlords two new 30 foot gateways have been installed and the fields prepared for the show.

Entries for the full size Steam Engines, Veteran, Vintage and Classic cars and Stationary engine sections have closed a month early due to the number of applications. For those who have missed out please remember to book early next year.

We will be making regular updates during the last few weeks but please contact us using the contact form if you have any questions.

We had hoped to have prepaid tickets this year but due to some circumstances we have had to delay this until next year.

Payment by card or cash on the pay gates.”

Sad News

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of one of our founder members John Lovell on Saturday evening 12th February. In 1987 the year of our first Rally John managed to get a number of the Brixham Fishing community to give donations to get the show off the ground. Throughout the years he did a lot of the heavy jobs including fetching diesel from the harbour for the generators. sorting timber for the sawbenches and arranging and dispersing coal supplies to the Steam engines. We will all feel his loss deeply as will many in the town of Brixham, especially around the harbour where he was a top Fisherman and boat owner for years.Our condolences are with his Wife Pat, Children Caroline, Helen and Mark, sister Valerie , Grandchildren Jonny,and Budeaux and the rest of his family.








Show Manager