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WIN family tickets to the action-packed East Anglian Game & Country Fair

PUBLISHED: 12:32 20 March 2018 | UPDATED: 17:09 20 March 2018

Magnificent Euston Hall is the backdrop to the East Anglian Game & Country Fair

Magnificent Euston Hall is the backdrop to the East Anglian Game & Country Fair


We have teamed up with the East Anglian Game & Country Fair to offer 15 family tickets to win!

The East Anglian Game & Country Fair will take place on Saturday April 28 and Sunday April 29, at the Euston Estate, just off the A11 at Thetford, by kind permission of the Duke and Duchess of Grafton. We have 15 family tickets to this great event to be won so that you can enjoy all the fun of the fair.

The world-famous JCB Dancing Diggers, described as a down-to-earth version of the Red Arrows, are headlining the main arena this year. The Mounted Games Association of Great Britain will put on exhilarating display competitions and you can also see the exciting, fast and skilful British Scurry and Trials Driving Championships.

Norfolk-based New Zealander Richard Savory’s mobile sheep show is a favourite and Stuart Barnes’ Dog & Duck show, where his team use sheep dogs to herd ducks, will be a hit.

Sion Davies Farrier Services will once again be bringing its forge to the fair, the Mid-Norfolk Gundog Club will be on show and K9 Aqua Sports will be holding its K9 Jump Jet Competition, the long jump for dogs into water. There are dog agility and jumping competitions and the popular terrier and lurcher show. Team gun dog contests, which include a team from Austria, will take place by the beautiful Black Bourn river.

The Falconry Village is sure to keep wildlife and bird lovers entertained and the Forestry Village will be a buzz of activity with chainsaw carvings, felling demonstrations and climbing competitions.

The Game Fair Country Kitchen has cookery workshops and demonstrations over the weekend from top local chefs and in the Food Hall exhibitors from Norfolk and across the UK will bring mouth-watering food and drink to the show.

There are over 350 shopping stands with products from fashion and footwear to gun makers, eco products, fishing tackle and home designer wares, plus craft halls and gift marquees. The Dog & Duck pub will be hosting live music both during the day and on Saturday evening.

Save up to 25% when booking in advance.

Advance discounted admission e-tickets are available now at ukgamefair.co.uk or by calling 01263 735828. Adult tickets are £15, children (5-16 years old) £6 and a family ticket (two adults and two children) is £40. The offer is valid until midday on April 23. No booking fee for online orders. On the gate prices: adult; £18, children; £7, 
family; £50.

Under fives are free and car parking is free for all.


CLICK HERE and answer the question for your chance to win one of 15 family tickets (which admit up to two adults and two children) to the East Anglian Game and Country Fair 2018, worth over £600 in total.

The winners will be the first 15 correct entries picked at random after noon on the closing date of Wednesday, April 18, 2018. Winners will be notified by Friday, April 20, 2018. Archant competition rules apply. The prize has no cash value and is non-transferable.


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