The Great Shires Game Fair

Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th April 2018
9.00am until 5.00pm both days

The Great Shires Game Fair is a new event and brings all the fun and excitement of field sports to the Three Counties Showground, Malvern, Worcestershire. A great day out for all the family whatever the weather. Take part in a variety of activities, watch the countryside displays in the indoor and outdoor arenas and sample the delights of game cookery. The show also has a fantastic countryside shopping village in both the Avon and Wye Halls.

This event is great for field sports – shooting, fishing & gundogs. Come along, join us and celebrate the countryside and its traditions.

Dogs are welcome at the show!

Make sure that you sign up for our e-newsletter to receive all the latest information on ticket discounts, demonstrations and shopping offers.

Supported by the National Gamekeeper’s Organisation.

 

Guns

  • An amazing selection of gun companies and accessories in the Wye Hall
  • 50 clay English Sporting competition with Bristol Clay Shooting plus a compak sporting and have-a-go
  • ATEO Air Rifles
  • NTSA Rifle Range

Fishing Area

Fishing accessories, flies and fly tying, clothing, demonstrations and have-a-go fly casting in the Wye Hall.

Come along and ask advice from Hywel Morgan

Nothing but the best for your dogs!

  • BASC Gundog Scurries
  • Gundog training demonstrations with Gamegoer
  • Terrier & Lurcher Shows, Lurcher Racing and coursing, Family Dog Show
  • Whippet Racing on both days
  • Gundog Parade (Sunday only)
  • Gundog Training accessories and equipment

Dynamic Displays

  • Top field sports experts in the indoor and outdoor arenas
  • Falconry
  • Ferret & Long Netting Displays
  • Ferret Racing
  • Terrier & Lurcher Displays
  • Fly Casting
  • Gundog Training
  • Gundog Parade (Sunday only) – Indoor arena
  • Hunt Parade (Sunday) – Outdoor arena

Dog Shows

Music

Ringerike is a ceilidh  band playing a very wide range of music from Scottish, Irish, American, English and other traditions, both for dancing and for listening to. They are no ordinary folk band: drawing from a number of local classically trained musicians, they “put the music” into folk with a wide repertoire.

Have-a-go activities

  • Archery
  • Air Rifles
  • Fly Casting competition
  • Fly tying
  • Children’s activities
  • Clay shooting
  • Net making
  • Bushcraft
  • Animal calls
  • Skittles Challenge

More information on activities and displays to be announce soon.

Vintage Tractors & Machinery

  • Step back in time and see fabulously restored tractors, engines and farming equipment

 

News

10 Great Reasons to Attend the Great Shires Game Fair A great countryside day out for all the family... whatever the weather Read more   >