The Game Fair 2019

The Game Fair at Hatfield House

The Game Fair is an annual show held in England in the summer which brings together the fieldsports community.

It’s a looked-forward to event by all those involved in rural pursuits. A place to catch up with old friends, buy a gun on Gunmakers Row, compete with other shooters on The Shooting Line, take a shooting lesson, buy country clothing, watch gundogs at work and look at different gundog breeds.

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Get new ideas for recipes by visiting the Kitchen Theatre, watch debates on countryside issues in the Game Fair Theatre, take part in archery, fly-fishing and watch equestrians in the main arena. There are also off-roading experiences.

Catch up with friends over lunch and if you want to stay over there is camping available.

If you book early you can get discounts on tickets. The event is easily reached by car or train and parking is available both onsite and off.

The Game Fair 2019

What’s on at the Game Fair 2019?

People have all sorts of reasons to go to the Game Fair. Perhaps it’s where 
you catch up with old 
friends over a pint or where you try out before buying some new kit you’ve read about. Maybe you make a beeline for the clay line to satisfy your competitive…

Game Fair 2018

20 reasons to visit The Game Fair 2018

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women at 2017 Game Fair

Were you at the Game Fair this year?

This year, the Game Fair was once again a great success with more than 116,000 people appearing at last month’s event at Hatfield House in Hertfordshire. This was an 8% increase from 2016 and featured 800 stallholders which spanned the site’s total 396 acres. A post shared by Shooting UK…

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CPSA Live! In Association with Sporting Gun – the full schedule

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Ticket offers for The Game Fair

Special ticket offers for The Game Fair

Readers heading to The Game Fair at Hatfield House on 28-30 July can claim an excellent ticket offer. How to claim the ticket offer for The Game Fair Quote code SHOOTINGUK when booking tickets online (click here to visit The Game Fair ticket site) or over the phone and you…

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This is why you’ll want to visit the Game Fair 2017

As the largest outdoor countryside-themed event in the world, the Game Fair 2017 is set to attract around 120,000 visitors and 1,000 exhibitors to its brand new venue – Hatfield House in Hertfordshire from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 July 2017. Reaching the new venue could not be simpler, a…

The Game Fair 2017

Here’s why you need to be at The Game Fair 2017

If you are a fan of country sports, then attending The Game Fair 2017 is a must. It is the largest outdoor countryside-themed event in the world and set to attract 1,000 exhibitors and 120,000 visitors. You will find it a welcome place to meet up with long-lost friends, watch gundogs…

Field & Country Fair

This year’s Field & Country Fair

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Field & Country Fair offers alternative to CLA Game Fair in 2016

The Field & Country Fair is set to be a popular annual fixture in the country sports community, replacing many of the events previously held by the now-defunct CLA Game Fair. Organised by Time Inc UK, the publishing company behind such well-respected, established and popular titles as Country Life, The Field,…

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Buy your tickets for the 2016 Field & Country Fair

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Agricultural shows report a record season, despite demise of CLA Game Fair

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CLA Game Fair 2015: Dos and don’ts from Shooting Gazette

Whether this is your first or fifty-first CLA Game Fair, there’s always something new to see and do. So… DO plan your day The CLA Game Fair site is massive and so it’s worth working out what you want to see and knowing where it is before you set foot…