Northover Fuels – For over 80 years our family owned business has been delivering fuel in the Dorset, Somerset and Wiltshire areas. From oil, coal and logs, to diesel, barbeque and garden sundries, we have all you need to keep you warm. We have been the designated supplier of steam coal and diesel fuel to the Great Dorset Steam Fair for over 30 years and are proud to be a Partner and Sponsor of this World renowned event. Visit www.northover-fuels.co.uk or call 01258 472619.
Old Rosie – the Original Cloudy Cider – Old Rosie was the name given to Westons Cider very own 1921 Aveling and Porter steam roller, which Norman Weston bought and refurbished in 1971. Still working, she sits in the cider mill yard, in Herefordshire, with her summer filled with visits to steam fairs including the GDSF. Strong, reliable and so loved by everyone in the Westons family they named this cider in her honour. Old Rosie, the cider brand continues to grow, and can be found in both pubs and supermarkets. The liquid is made to a traditional Westons recipe from the 1950’s – it’s a still, medium-bodied and fruity cloudy cider matured from freshly pressed bittersweet apples. Scents of honey and vintage cider barrels, this truly old fashioned cloudy cider is slowly matured and left unfiltered. Visit www.westons-cider.co.uk or call 01531 660233.
Oxford Diecast – Oxford Diecast are one of the most respected and collected model makers in the world, offering a vast array of authentic commercial creations from days gone by, to the present day. It is closely associated with the Great Dorset Steam Fair, having given away tens of thousands of diecast models over the last few years. More recently it has produced an official show model and this year will see the release of a new steam traction engine. Visit www.oxforddiecast.co.uk or call 01792 643500.
Old Glory Magazine – Old Glory, the world’s leading steam and industrial heritage magazine, has been associated with The Great Dorset Steam Fair for over 30 years. Make sure you visit our marquee near the Heavy Haulage Arena and see our displays. You can also take out a subscription or find a bargain from a wide range of merchandise. Meet the team behind Britain’s biggest selling steam and vintage preservation magazine. Visit www.kelsey.co.uk or call 01959 541444.
Tractor & Machinery Magazine – Tractor & Machinery is Britain’s leading classic and vintage tractor magazine and is proud to be associated with this year’s Great Dorset Steam Fair. Find us in the Static Tractor Section where you can meet the team, see our exclusive tractor display and browse our wide range of merchandise, including books, magazines, DVDs, clothing and much more. Visit www.kelsey.co.uk or call 01959 541444.
Steam Fair FM – The Great Dorset Steam Fair’s own radio station – Steam Fair FM on 87.9FM – will be back on air during the 2018 show, celebrating its 15th year of broadcasting with the show, providing access to the very best show and exhibit news, interviews, reviews, all the information about what’s happening, up to the minute traffic news, weather reports, listener dedications and playing the greatest Vintage Hits all day and night! In association with Event Radio Associates and the National Traction Engine Trust. Visit www.steamfairfm.com
Eventive Funtime Ltd – Eventive Funtime Ltd are recognised as one of the leading suppliers and operators of leisure & fairground equipment in the UK and are regular attendees at the Great Dorset Steam Fair with a range of high quality white knuckle rides. Visit www.eventivefuntimeltd.com or call 01332 799997
National Traction Engine Trust – The National Traction Engine Trust (NTET) represents owners and enthusiasts alike and is pleased to be regarded as the World’s Premier Steam Traction Preservation Organisation. Visit www.ntet.co.uk