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Cheshire Game & Country Fair

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Cheshire Game fair

On the weekend on 23rd — 25th August, there's the Cheshire Game & Country Fair at the Cheshire County Showground, Tabley, Cheshire, WA16 0HJ

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The fair is a Living Heritage Country Show and it really is a great day out for all the family, with something for everyone. Watch the spectacular arena displays across our three arenas, with daring acrobatics, exciting jousting or adrenaline filled races.
And top voted arena act of 2013 — Ian Griffith and his amazing team of security dogs are back for the shows in 2014.

There are also traditional countryside displays: gun dogs at work, sheepdogs being put through their paces, fishing and shooting demonstrations and the ever popular birds of prey.

Dogs are welcome at Living Heritage Shows and there is plenty for them to do with gun dog scurries and working tests, a fun dog show for any breed, 'Chase the Bunny' for the less serious, and lurcher racing for the more serious.

There really is something for everyone so come along and join the fun.

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