EN­JOY A GREAT DAY OUT AT THE GAME FAIR

27-29 JULY 2018, RAGLEY HALL, WAR­WICK­SHIRE

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THE MOST COM­PRE­HEN­SIVE OF ITS KIND, The Game Fair is a show­case for coun­try life and field­sports. To mark its di­a­mond an­niver­sary, the three-day an­nual fes­ti­val of the great Bri­tish coun­try­side will be big­ger and bet­ter than ever be­fore this sum­mer. When it was first held in 1958, there were 8,000 vis­i­tors, but more than 15 times that are ex­pected this year when it re­turns to Ragley Hall.

From fal­conry, food and fish­ing, clay shoot­ing, dogs and horses, to the fan­tas­tic shop­ping op­por­tu­ni­ties, there is plenty to keep the whole fam­ily en­ter­tained. Don’t for­get to visit the Coun­try Liv­ing Pavil­ion, which has an ar­ray of stalls fea­tur­ing Bri­tish ar­ti­sans and crafts­peo­ple sell­ing orig­i­nal items. With so much on of­fer, you can also es­cape the crowds and take ad­van­tage of our up­grade pack­ages, en­sur­ing your day is truly un­for­get­table. The Game Fair En­clo­sure is open to vis­i­tors who wish to en­joy VIP Gold or Plat­inum pack­ages with menus by renowned chef James Martin.

THE JAMES MARTIN GAME FAYRE RESTAU­RANT

Lo­cated at the heart of the grounds, near the main arena, the 300-cover James Martin Game Fayre Restau­rant will be a re­laxed deli-style ex­pe­ri­ence with a menu cre­ated by the chef, which will high­light the spe­cial in­gre­di­ents of the Bri­tish coun­try­side. James will ac­tu­ally be there, too, cook­ing, mix­ing with din­ers and shar­ing his pas­sion for the great out­doors.

MU­SIC EVENINGS WITH RONNIE SCOTT’S

Join us to cel­e­brate the 60th an­niver­sary of The Game Fair with a spe­cial evening of live mu­sic pre­sented by Ronnie Scott’s on Fri­day and Satur­day night (big band jazz on Fri­day; Mo­town clas­sics, funk and soul on Satur­day) within The Game Fair en­clo­sure. Your ticket in­cludes world-fa­mous en­ter­tain­ment from Ronnie Scott’s, a light sup­per and pri­or­ity park­ing. There will also be a bar.

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