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Stay safe during the Royal Welsh Show

Help Point

The Help Point is a 24hr medical base, operating from the Strand Hall, Builth Wells.

The site is open from 8pm on Saturday 22 July to 5am on Thursday 27 July 2023 and will be run by St John Cymru.

The Help Point has been set up for those needing medical support and if required can be transported to hospital for further treatment.

To contact the Help Point, please call 01597 826154.

Should you need further support, help is available from:

DPJ Foundation- Available 24 hrs

Samaritans- Available 24 hrs

Mind Cymru - Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm

C.A.L.L. - Available 24 hrs - (Wales only)

"Pop Up" Help Point

If you need guidance and welfare support, chat to our Youth Workers on the Groe. Here, you'll be able to pick up bottled water to keep hydrated, kindly donated by Radnor Hills.

Green Route

A safe walking route which links the Royal Welsh Showground, SV Arena, Penmaenau Farm and Builth Wells Town Centre during the week.

It's a safe route with a 20mph temporary speed limit to support visitors to travel safely.

Have Fun, Take Care, Stay Safe

  • Drink responsibly, and know your limits
  • Look after your mates
  • All event sites have a zero-tolerance approach to drugs, and random searches will be undertaken.
  • Don't swim in the river - There are deep pools, and strong undercurrents which are not visible from the surface. There are no safe crossing points, please follow the Green Route.
  • Follow the Green Route when travelling between events sites.
  • Stay hydrated - On the Royal Welsh Showground, there are numerous free drinking water points, and at the Help Point in the town centre, there is free bottled water, kindly donated by Radnor Hills.
  • If it's hot, wear suncream and a hat.