Set to be a real celebration
The Game Fair 2021has received the official ‘We’re Good to Go’ certification from VisitBritain, the industry standard and consumer mark to provide confidence. With limited availability for camping and glamping book your staycation and ensure your attendance at the event of the Summer. It is set to be a real celebration!
Ticket sales are rocketing as we would expect, confirming demand and pent up desire. The Game Fair may be the first opportunity to meet with like-minded friends ahead of what is set to be a bumper 21/22 game shooting season. What better place to get hands on with all of the kit you will need. Come and visit regular exhibitors, alongside new, up-and-coming brands.
At last, we really are heading to a summer celebration. Rob Fenwick Managing Director at E.J. Churchill said “I am thrilled with the announcement from the Government and the road map that means that The Game Fair will be going ahead. What an exciting event to look forward to for all the countryside. E.J. Churchill will be in full support and larger than ever, we can’t wait to see you all there and let’s make it the best yet!”
Events at The Game Fair 2021
Along with favourite features such as the E. J. Churchill Shooting Line, The Game Fair 2021 this Summer will bring new features for visitors to explore:
The Game Fair will be bringing a new feature dedicated to the Field to Fork initiative. ‘Totally Game’ will allow visitors to sample game and venison delights from exhibitors such as The Exmoor Game Company, Wild and Game, For the Love of Game and many more. Watch live butchery demonstrations from leading industry VIP’s at the Field Cookery Kitchen Theatre.
The Sporting Dog Pavilion has been expanded and will exhibit 22 different gundog breeds. Visitors will have the unique chance to meet breeders and learn first-hand about each one. Sitting alongside the Home International and Euro Challenge competitions. Following a year of isolation, The Game Fair are delighted to be bringing a new competition the ‘Working Gundog Test Challenge.’ Aimed at encompassing all gundog owners to get involved and have a go, Dogs do not need to be Kennel Club registered, entries will be taken for two sections: a) Spaniels b) Retrievers. Compete against the best and have a chance at winning the £2,000 cash prize.
The Fishing Village will return this year, see the latest advancements in tackle, get some tips from the experts and watch the biggest names in the sport demonstrating their skills. The stunning lake at Ragley Hall is home to have-a-go fishing tuition and demonstrations from various experts throughout the weekend.
Gunmakers Row is shaping up to be one of the best in recent years. Adjacent to Gamekeepers Row, the Optics, night vision and thermals have also received renewed focus with increasing support from exhibitors and visitors.
Lee Hurst, Gunmakers Row manager commented “Many retailers have seen an increase in demand for rifles, scopes and optics over lockdown. We are expanding our offering in this area to reflect the demand, supported by some amazing new exhibitors. These all sit comfortably alongside Best London Gunmakers’ and the high end shooting experiences on offer. It’s going to be a cracking year!”
“We can’t wait to welcome visitors back and look forward to meeting many of them for a pint in Gunmakers Pub.”
Tickets for 2021
Tickets for The Game Fair 2021 are on sale now here. Advance tickets for one day cost £29 for an adult and £10 for a child (aged 8 to 16). Advance three-day tickets cost £58 for an adult, £54 for concessions and £20 for children (aged 8-16).
An advance family ticket for two adults and up to three children costs £69 for one day or £140 for all three days. Concessions are available for senior citizens (60+), students and military personnel.
On the gate, adult tickets cost £35 and child tickets £10 for one day. Accompanied children aged 8 and under are free. All members of the British Association of Shooting & Conservation are entitled to complimentary entry for all days of the event.