The Game Fair is back celebrating its 58th year by returning to the familiar surroundings of Ragley Hall, 29-31 July. The annual event will include everything from clay shooting to gundog displays, fishing to falconry, show jumping to ferreting, artisan food and drink to shopping galore.
The Game Fair has a fantastic line up on the gunmakers’ row, already securing key deals with EJ Churchill, John Bradshaw, Longthorne Guns, Giles Marriott, Francis Love and many more.
The shooting line at the show, run by EJ Churchill, will be Europe’s longest at 585 metres in length. The line will host a range of attractions such as two pool shoots, the high pheasant shoot, grouse butt and a 50 English Sporting course.
The event promises to build on the highly popular countryside event, drawing in attractions, suppliers and punters from all over the United Kingdom.
On their website, The Game Fair says:
“The Game Fair is the annual gathering for people passionate about countryside pursuits, the Great British Countryside and the British summer in all its glory. With something for everyone, this event is the festival of the countryside that celebrates everything from clay shooting to archery, gundog scurries and international championships to fishing, falconry, ferreting and equestrian. Artisan food and drink, shopping galore and hands-on outdoor activities guarantee that there is something for the whole family.”
For more information or to book tickets, visit www.thegamefair.org or call 01707 252707.