Competitions & Have a Go
Archery & Crossbow
Ferret Show & Ferret Racing
The Cambs Ferret Welfare & Rescue Society will be hosting this years’ Ferret Show on Saturday. The competition is open to club members and non club members.
Clay Shoot Competition & Have A Go
The High Lodge team will once again host the Clay shoot area. 40 bird re-entry sporting competition to take place over the two days with men’s, ladies and junior’s sections.
Air Rifle Shooting
John Bidwell’s High Lodge Stand.
Their staff will be ready to welcome you to the stand where you can find full information about High Lodge and what we have to offer from Clay shooting practice, instruction, air rifle shooting, golf, fishing, holiday lodges, weddings, functions and corporate entertainment /conference facilities.
Air Rifle shooting is also set up with full equipment available for you to try the sport.
Fenland Bushcraft will be demonstrating their vast knowledge of bushcraft & survival techniques at this years East Anglian Game and Country Fair.
If you’ve ever wanted to know how to rub two sticks together to make fire, fashion a bow, use flint as a tool or how to prepare your game without using a knife, then the Fenland Bushcraft instructors are here to show you. There are opportunities throughout the day to get hands on and learn some skills for yourself.
They will also be running a fire-lighting demo in our campsite on the Friday night along with marshmallow toasting and storytelling around the fire.
4×4 Off Road Course
With Explore 4×4.
At this year’s Game & Country Fair, Explore 4×4 Ltd will be providing a brand new off road course providing professional 4×4 instruction that enables you to drive off road safely and provides you with challenging new driving skills.
Perhaps you have your own 4×4, used mainly on road rather than off! You’d like to know a little more about how it works, and how best it can be used to get you out of those occasional awkward situations.
Maybe you don’t have a 4×4, but have the spirit of adventure, and would like to experience the excitement of off road driving.
Whether your interest in off road driving is for business or pleasure, you’ll find it adventurous, exhilarating and hugely enjoyable!
Fly Fishing, Coarse Fishing ‘Have a Go’ and Fly Casting
The Duke and Duchess of Grafton have kindly permitted the Game & Country Fair use of their private stretch of the Black Bourne River.
Fishing 4 Schools is an exciting project from The Countryside Alliance Foundation. They teach young people the unique skills of fly fishing and offer them a gateway into the natural world. Run by world famous angler Charles Jardine and his dedicated team, the mission is simple – to educate and enhance young lives.
Fishing for Schools will be demonstrating fly tying, with an opportunity for you to “tie your own fly” at the Game Fair. Qualified coaches will be available for casting tuition.
The project will also be offering coarse fishing, ‘have a go’ and tuition.
We are happy to welcome Regency Rifles back to this year’s Game Fair. Visit their stand on Gunmakers Row.
Regency held a very successful top ten competition in 2015, with prizes being awarded to the best ten shooters. Regency Rifles are again planning a bigger and better competition for Game Fair visitors this will be in the form of the best ten targets from each show.
Watch this space for more information!
Lidl Fotball Zone
Can you score a peach or bend it like a banana? Come and have a go at Lidl’s interactive family football experience at this year’s show.
As a lead partner of grassroots football, Lidl are working with The FA to encourage 5-11 year old girls and boys to play more football. All activities are designed with fun and skills in mind, with FA coaches on hand to offer advice and information about local FA Skills sessions.
Lidl Football Zones for children and families, try the challenges, sample our fresh British produce, win prizes and learn new skills from FA coaches.