How important is The Game Fair in attracting new customers to Sportsman Gun Centre?
The Game Fair is an ideal way of introducing the next generation of country and country sports enthusiasts. This introduction could be via the gundog section and being amazed at the beauty and the artistry of the commands and controls, dove tailed with the dogs natural instincts proving that man and beast can and do work in unison. It could be having a go with an air rifle for the first time. The joy of knocking down targets and the accomplishment of being able to master accuracy and the challenges presented. It could be the beauty of the engraved guns and their true unique artistry. Maybe you’re looking for food and the benefits the countryside brings – Wild game and the organic nature and benefits this brings to us all, be it nutritional or environmental. The Game Fair is the largest event of this type in the UK – it is vital.
SINCE ITS INCEPTION IN 2009, THE LAPADA ART & ANTIQUES FAIR HAS GROWN TO BECOME A FOREMOST INTERNATIONAL SHOWCASE FOR ART AND ANTIQUES, AS WELL AS ONE OF THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS EVENTS ON THE LONDON SOCIAL CALENDAR.
This new partnership offers complimentary access to LAPADA Art and Antiques Fair using the e-ticket below, plus the opportunity to attend an exclusive evening event.Continue reading
England’s gundog team needed a last-minute replacement on the final day of the Home International at The Game Fair 2019, but it didn’t do the defending champions any harm.
Adrian Slater stepped in at the 11thhour with his four-year-old English springer spaniel Drummer – also known as Kenquartz Ballycastle Lord – but didn’t just help the team to retain the trophy at Hatfield House on the 50thanniversary of the prestigious competition. The Lancashire handler also finished the two-day competition by winning the individual award for best hunting spaniel, scoring 78 points out of 80.Continue reading
Defending champion Tristan Hockey has retained the CPSA Colts Challenge title in the annual clay-target shooting competition held at The Game Fair.
The invitational competition involves the top ten ranked colts (clay shooters under the age of 16) in England who can attend on the day to compete for the title. After winning last year, 14-year-old Hockey, from Dartford, has become a familiar face on the clay shooting circuit and triumphed yet again at Hatfield House in Hertfordshire with an impressive score of 23 ex25.Continue reading
Guy Franklin, representing Sussex, won the CPSA Champion of Champions title for the third time at The Game Fair’s annual clay-target shooting competition. Defending champion Billy Baughan was second after an exciting shoot-off with Chris Orrin.
“I’m absolutely delighted to win Champion of Champions at The Game Fair 2019,” said Franklin. “This is the third time I’ve won the title in the last four years, which really means a lot to me. I’m looking forward to going out to America with the England team [for the World English Sporting Championships] and this is a really good confidence booster.”Continue reading
The 61st edition of The Game Fair, Europe’s biggest annual countryside festival, underlined its status as one of the premier long-standing events in the UK calendar as it came to a close at Hatfield House on Sunday, with visitors, exhibitors and sponsors hailing the event as another big success despite the challenging weather.
Amid changeable conditions, which ranged from temperatures as high as 38.1°C to hail storms and torrential rain, 114,203 visitors came through the gates over three days, confirming the strength and relevance of the event and the passion of visiting communities.Continue reading