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The 2015 annual GWCT Scottish Game Fair at Scone Palace Parklands is set to be a huge spectacular with a myriad of traditional events, great sporting competitions, new main ring attractions and ‘have a go’ activities for all the family.
Over 34,000 visitors enjoyed last year’s Fair and this year’s three day event is set to be even bigger and better with a full and packed programme that’s designed to give visitors the opportunity to see main ring events as well as participate in established and new activities such as dog handling, fishing and shooting amongst others.
One of last year’s most popular 'have a go' events is making a welcome return. The World of Gundogs attracted crowds of people who entered mixed level competitions with their dogs and it is anticipated that this will once again prove extremely popular.
In the main ring, the GWCT Scottish Game Fair is delighted to host the stunning Savage Skills bike team as well as the popular Sealpin Gundogs and CJ’s Falcons.
Over 300 exhibitors have signed up for this year’s Fair with the finest equipment, clothing and crafts businesses showcasing their wares. It’s also the 2015 Scotland Year of Food & Drink so to mark that we have many of the country’s leading and artisan food and drink producers in the Food Hall.
The Cookery Theatre, which is being sponsored by Graham’s the Family Dairy, will be hosted by our ‘foodie in residence’ Fife’s acclaimed Food Ambassador and leading author chef Christopher Trotter. Christopher will be welcoming visiting chefs such as the highly acclaimed chef and owner of Monachyle Mhor Hotel in Perthshire Tom Lewis and the stunning Three Sisters Bake who will be staging whisky/ food pairing and baking demonstrations amongst others.
Why not volunteer? Volunteers whose support makes such a valuable contribution to the smooth running of the Fair are once again warmly invited to help over the weekend of 3-5 July 2015. We are looking for volunteers with a wide range of skills over the age of 16 to join in the fun. Please click here to apply.
A video encapsulating the very essence of the 2014 Fair is available below. Please note that some of the information on the site pages refers to the 2014 Fair, these sections are being updated as events and information about the 2015 Fair is finalised.
On behalf of the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust and the Fair team, a huge thank you to all who supported the 26th annual Scottish Game Fair and we look forward to welcoming you back to the 27th GWCT Scottish Game Fairon 3rd, 4th and 5th July 2015.
‘To pay a 'virtual visit' to the 2014 Scottish Game Fair, click below. (NB it may take a while to load, depending on your browser).
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