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Welsh Game Fair

The Welsh Game Fair, Gelli Aur, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, S. Wales
Situated on the B4300 Llandeilo to Carmarthen road (15 min from M4)

The 2010 Welsh Game Fair will be held on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th June.

See http://www.welshgamefair.com for more details as they are announced.

The Welsh Game Fair is extensively considered as the sporting pinnacle of the Welsh country sports calendar, attracting thousands of country folk including working dog enthusiasts, anglers, clay-pigeon shooters, hunt followers and of course lurcher and terrier enthusiasts.
The event is lucky to have one of the most scenic show venues in the country. The River Towy, famous for its sea trout and salmon provides a boundary on its westside and also enables anglers to buy and tryout some of the latest equipment from Fisherman's Row and to enter competitions, receive tuition and watch some marvellous displays taking place from the purpose-built jetties.
With over 250 Trade Stands there is always a fantastic choice of equipment and services avilable the Welsh as well as a huge Craft Marquee filled with mainly local traders. The Main Arena at the fair has always been brimming with displays and in 2008 it will be no different. The No Limitz Motor Cycle Display Team will once again be displaying their breath taking skills this year. The team of children between the ages of 10 and 18 will display fantstic control of motorcycles on the ground, in the air, and also while jumping over cars and obsticles.

Many of the old favourites will once again be there, including Terry Large of Falconry fame, Meirion Owen and his Quack Pack, Chris 'The Countryman' Green, and of course the Freefall Parachute Display Team.

Outside the Main Arena there are competitions and attractions galore for all the family to take part in. On Saturday The Welsh Hound Show will be attracting this Summer's biggest gathering of hounds while in the adjoining ring the Plummer Terrier Association will be holding their Annual Show

On Sunday The Terrier and Lurcher Show rings will once again be overflowing with entries for The Countryman's Weekly sponsored show, which will commence at 12.30. Immediately after the show the Terrier and Lurcher Race will take place on the racing track near the show rings.

Also on Sunday a demonstration of Simulated Coursing takes place in the main arena and provides all dog owners with an opportunity to participate.

The scurry competition is sponsored by Gelert Country Choice and Jane Robinson Animal Portraits and is open to allcomers and any breed of dog. Prizes include a limited edition animal portrait and dog food. Entry is on the day, including dry and wet retrieve.

Archery, airguns, a rifle range, climbing tower, mini motorcycles, a fun fair and a pets corner will all feature at the Welsh Game Fair.

The show opens at 10am each day while the main arena commences at 11am and will be running continuously on both days until 5pm. Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a leash.

Admission prices are Adults £10, Senior Citizens £7, Children £5 (Under 5's FREE) also available is a Family Ticket £25 (2 adults 2 children U16).