Win tickets to Game & Country Fair
The East Anglian Game & Country Fair promises something for the whole family - from horse shows to parachute jumps, extreme sports demonstrations to clay pigeon shooting. Going Out has 10 family tickets to giveaway.
The East Anglian Game & Country Fair promises something for the whole family - from horse shows to parachute jumps, extreme sports demonstrations to clay pigeon shooting.
This year's event, at the Norfolk Showground on Saturday, April 24 and Sunday, April 25, will once again bring together a family friendly wide range of country sports and pursuits and demonstrations of everything from sheep shearing to country cooking.
The show, which attracts over 50,000 visitors, will this year feature a wide variety of attractions, including the MBS Mountainboarding Team with daredevil displays combining skateboarding, snowboarding and biking.
Lumberjack display teams will be entertaining audiences with an exciting show of strength, skill and rustic humour, while there will be demonstrations by six times World Clay Pigeon Shooting champion John Bidwell and World Fly Casting Champion Hywel Morgan.
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If you fancy having-a-go, you'll be able to try your hand at everything from archery to clay pigeon shooting, fly casting to driving a special 4x4 course. There will also be helicopter pleasure flights.
Some of the old favourites back again including the amazing leaping canine spectacular Dock Dogs, the ancient art of falconry, horse logging displays, pigeon decoying, and the hilarious and extremely popular sheep show.
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For younger children there is the chance to meet the animals, including reindeers, rabbits, goats, alpacas, horses, tortoises, donkeys, birds of prey and racing ferrets.
This year will also again feature the Cookery Theatre and Food Hall, with talks and demonstrations by numerous top Norfolk chefs.
t Going Out has 10 family tickets (two adults and three children) to giveaway to attend either the Saturday or Sunday. To enter simple send the answer to the following question, together with your name, address and contact number to: Game & Country Fair Competition, Going Out, Evening News, Prospect House, Rouen Road, Norwich NR11RE. Alternatively email your entry to: email@example.com
Q - WHAT'S THE NAME OF THE SIX TIMES WORLD CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING CHAMPION WHO WILL BE DISPLAYING HIS SKILLS?
t Closing date April 16. Usual Archant competition rules apply.
t Tickets for the East Anglian Game & Country Fair can be booked online at www.ukgamefair.co.uk or via the ticket hotline 0871 2301102 (�1.85 booking fee applies per order). Advance tickets are valid for either day and are �22 family tickets, �9 adult, �2 child (aged 5-16, under-5s free). Car parking is free. The deadline for advance tickets is April 18.