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Directions By road From the South-East and South-West: the M4 motorway runs directly to Margam from London and from Heathrow (the M25/M24 from Gatwick Airport);
the M5/M4 from the West Country;
and the M6/M5/M50/M4 from the Midlands and the North;
the M4 from West Wales.
Exit the M4 Junction 38 and follow the Brown Tourist Board signs to Margam Park. The park entrance will be reached, on the left, very soon after leaving the motorway. The entrance has welcoming curved stone walls and open gates, which are set a little back from the pavement. You pass a field of rare cattle on your right, and the cricket gound as you make the gentle descent towards to the large wooden entrance lodge and car parks.
(Note avoid the turning towards "Margam Stones", which is about 200 yds before the entrance to "Margam Park", which is the one you need)
For directions by Bus, Coach, Train or Air see the Margam Park Travel Information Page. Please note that the information, given by the Margam Park authorities, is updated regularly, and after an update this link may not work until I realise what has happened. If the link does not work, then you can find the information by going to the Margam Park website (www.margamcountrypark.co.uk ) and looking for their current "Visitor Information" page.
Accessibility Access to the park and the buildings we use for the show is quite good, with parking close to the halls. (You may need to show the staff at the entrance gate your blue badge.) The outside paths that are essential for use of the show venues are wide smooth and well maintained, with a surface similar to tarmac. (Some of the garden and forest paths have a rolled hardcore surface which is affected by tree roots etc. Much of the park is level but there is a long steep slope between the Orangery and the Mansion, though this need not be a problem when visiting the show, at either venue.
If you wish to be more adventurous the Park authorities offer an Electric buggy hire scheme.
The Orangery has level entrances a flat floor and wide doorways.
The floor is made of large, well maintained stone tiles (with a smooth surface which some may find slippery) and well maintained carpets. Carpet edges have well maintained nosings, and should not normally present a hazard.
With large windows the building is quite well supplied with natural light. Half of the exhibition space has excellent artificial light, while half is not quite as good. Exhibitors are able to provide additional light for their stands.
The main toilets are easily accessible from the exhibition hall and quite spacious. There is also a disabled / baby changing toilet,
The Cafe is in the main hall, and should not pose a problem for anyone using the stands.
The Exhibition is laid out on both sides of a long straight passage, with stands facing each other. There are no side passages except for the very biggest stands. All passages are wide enough for standard wheelchairs.
Accessibility to individual stands is the responsibility of the exhibitor, who should be there to help you. If not, ask someone on a neighbouring stand. Most exhibitors would be delighted to offer whatever help they can.
Mansion The entrance is level, with a stone floor similar to the Orangery and the doors are wide.
The building is used as a film set and conditions inside are dependent on the staging in use. However generally accessibility is adequate for most people. All rooms are on the same floor but there are changes in levels. Good ramps are usually provided. The exhibition is laid out in 4 rooms some of which have wooden floors. The rooms are connected so that you can go on a circular tour of the exhibition without having to do very much double tracking. Passages are if anything wider then in the Orangery. Lighting is very different in the different rooms, but Exhibitors are able to provide additional light where needed.
Good toilets are inside the back of the building, with indoor access, though you may need a guide to find them. Catering in the exhibition is minimal, though the old Margam Park Visitor Centre restaurant is in an adjacent courtyard, and may be open during the show.
Terms and Conditions
The purpose of this website (http://southwalesgiftshow.co.uk or http://southwalesgiftshow.com) is to provide you with information about the South Wales Gift Show, which is held twice a year at Margam Park in South Wales.
The owner of the website is Cymru Marketing, 81, Bryn Road, Waunarlwydd, Swansea. SA5 4RB XX(E-mail Cymru Marketing )XX
The basic information about exhibitors is extracted from theXX “South Wales Gift Show, Catalogue of Exhibitors”XX, which is published annually by Cymru Marketing, 81, Bryn Road, Waunarlwydd, Swansea. SA5 4RB. The exhibitors themselves provide the information to Cymru Marketing.
Additional information may be supplied directly to the website manager by individual exhibitors.
Unless stated otherwise, South Wales Gift Show / Cymru Marketing own the copyright of all pictures, logos, illustrations, text and other intellectual property which appear on or form part of this website, unless such items have been supplied by the exhibitors, in which case the exhibitors own such copyright. In case of disputes, or for permission to use extracts, please contactXX meXX in the first instance.
All information given in the website is believed to be true at the time of publication. We try to clearly separate facts from estimates or opinions. All opinions expressed are the responsibility of their respective authors and not of Cymru Marketing or of the Website.
While we attempt to keep the site up to date, facts may change between updates. Please contact the relevant Exhibitor or XXCymru Marketing XX for the most recent information.
Inclusion in the website of particular Exhibitors in no way serves as an endorsement of them or their products by Cymru Marketing or the Website.
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Note: These websites are included for your information only. We do not take responsibility for the content or behaviour of third party websites, or for the behaviour of their owners.
Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council Home Page www.npt.gov.uk/
Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council www.npt.gov.uk/
Aberdulais Tourist Information Centre.
Aberdulais Falls, Aberdulais, Neath, SA10 8EU
Telephone: +44(01639) 636674
Neath Port Talbot Hotels - TripAdvisor
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Exhibition Stand Hire
The Display Centre
Sign Holders Direct
Packaging 2 Buy
Van Hire (Companies advertising availability in Neath)
Van Hire Merthyr
Northgate Vehicle Hire
New Image Shop Fitters Ltd
Giles Davies Ltd
Jones and Andrews Ltd
Coastal Carpentry and Shopfitting Ltd
Regional Joinery and Shop fitters
Best Builders and Shopfitters
Dutton and Cadwell
RPM Shopfront Manufacturers Ltd
AWS Aluminium Windows and Shopfronts
QFC Group Ltd
South Wales Gift Show
For Stand Bookings, visiting the show as a Buyer and all Show Administration contact Clive Williams at
Cymru Marketing. 81 Bryn Road, Waunarllwydd, Swansea. SA5 4RB
Tel. 07867 762739
For all Website queries contact Huw Jones at
Contact the Margam Park Authorities, (e.g lost property after the show) at
Margam Country Park, Margam, Neath Port Talbot, SA13 2TJ
Telephone: (01639) 881 635
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81 Bryn Road, Waunarllwydd, Swansea. SA5 4RB
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