The East Anglian Game & Country Fair, a beloved annual family event, is excited to announce The Country Food Trust as its official charity for the upcoming event on April 27th and 28th, 2024. Held at the picturesque Euston Estate near Thetford, just off the A11, this event promises to be a delightful weekend for all attendees.
Euston Hall, the historic home of the Duke and Duchess of Grafton, provides a stunning backdrop to the festivities and attractions that have become synonymous with the East Anglian Game & Country Fair.
The Country Food Trust, a charity committed to providing nutritious meals to people in need through their innovative field to food bank initiative, has been selected as the official charity for this year’s event. The Duke of Grafton, and the fair’s organisers are eager to support the charity’s vital work and raise awareness of its mission.
His Grace, the Duke of Grafton, a long-standing ambassador for The Country Food Trust, expressed his delight in supporting this remarkable charity “I am thrilled The East Anglian Game and Country Fair are supporting the CFT at next year’s event. They do a remarkable job of utilising meat from estates to create nutritious, protein-rich meals for individuals facing food insecurity throughout the country.”
SJ Hunt, CEO of The Country Food Trust, commented “We are delighted to be nominated as Charity of the Year for this wonderful event and extend our sincere thanks to the Duke of Grafton for his continued support.”
The East Anglian Game & Country Fair encourages all attendees to join in the efforts to support The Country Food Trust, funds raised during the event will be directed towards supporting individuals and families in the East Anglia area who are facing food insecurity. Donations can be made conveniently when purchasing tickets for the game fair or by visiting The Country Food Trust’s stand at the show in April.
For more information about The Country Food Trust, please visit their website