The best tweets and Instagrams from the Field & Country Fair
We had a fantastic weekend at the inaugural Field & Country Fair at Cornbury Park in Oxfordshire. Were you there? Send us your photos or tag us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
Cornbury Park provided a beautiful setting for the first Field & Country Fair.
There was plenty of shopping to be done on The Avenue. It looks like The Field magazine shopped until they dropped!
Down on the shooting line, you could shoot clays with some of the best guns available in the country, plus there was a grouse butt to get some practice in before the Glorious Twelfth.
George Digweed stopped by The Field’s stand on Friday for a Q+A.
— George Digweed (@georgedigweed) June 10, 2016
The Field & Country Fair had plenty for all the family. Down on the clay line, anyone could have a go!
— Cotswold Chap (@CotswoldChap) June 12, 2016
And the dogs enjoyed the Fair too.
— Duds (@DudsofOxon) June 11, 2016
— Saint Hubert (@saint_hubert) June 11, 2016
Everyone commented on the friendly, relaxed atmosphere of the Fair. The tented food village and street food areas not only had some delicious food stands but people could stop and catch up with old friends.
Overheard at the Field & Country Fair: "There's a really nice bunch of people here. It's great, isn't it?" Join us! pic.twitter.com/qeJDltyp60
— Field & Country Fair (@FieldCoFair) June 10, 2016
Rain on Sunday didn’t dampen anybody’s spirits!
— Wendy Bardsley (@Wbardsley2) June 13, 2016
Chefs Tim Maddams, Joe Luis Souto, Rachel Green, Esther Veerman kept people entertained in the Game Cookery Theatre.
— Tim Maddams (@TimMaddamsChef) June 12, 2016
— Trout & Salmon (@TroutSalmonUK) June 11, 2016
See you next year!