Savills take a fresh approach

International land and property agent Savills is taking a new approach at this year’s Game Fair.  Taking place for the first time in 59 years at Hatfield House in Hertfordshire. Just 21 miles north of London, reaching the new venue could not be easier with a 20-minute train journey from London King’s Cross, taking visitors direct to Hatfield station which is opposite the entrance to the event.
From 28-30 July, Savills, in association with Country Life magazine will be entertaining within the new Seven Investment Management Village Green Area, designed to represent a quintessential British countryside scene with cream teas and refreshments. Guests can relax on deck chairs whilst taking in the celebrity charity cricket matches hosted by the Game Fair’s official charity, Lord’s Taverners. In addition Savills will also be hosting clay pigeon shooting parties.
Roger Wheaton BD director of Savills rural comments “The Game Fair at Hatfield House is the ideal location for Savills participation given its proximity to London.  We have been hugely impressed with the innovation and enthusiasm coming from the new Game Fair team and look forward to being part of this year’s event”.