The following activities and exhibitions will be at the Game Fair in addition to host of others. So do come along and enjoy yourself. We are sure that there is something for everyone.
(Download Events Timetable PDF / WORD ) - 2013 Main arena timetable available shortly.
Airraiders Motocross Team is a team based in North Wales, the riders have performed in Europe and all over the UK in the fastest growing action sport of freestle motocross and motocross racing. For many years the have featured in films and action movies including thunderbirds and heaven and hell and many more productions.
The Gundog Demonstration aims to show people how anyone can train any dog with time and patience.
The team is made up of Meurig Rees (BASC Wales Director) and Huw Jones from St Clears who is well respected in the training and competing side of gundogs. With plenty of hints and tips the display shows how both the amateur and professional trainer train their dogs for use in the working environment to competing for the Welsh Gundog Team.
You can also meet the display team and their dogs in person at the BASC marquee where they will answer any questions that you may have.
The Falconry demonstration is carried out by one of the foremost falconers in the country Mr Terry Large, who uses a wide variety of raptors. The display includes free flying of the falcons as well as participation events for the children to join in.
Dingle Fingle undercover policeman is out to catch Slippery Sid the classic car thief. Slippery Sid has been selling classic cars, having rigged them to break down so he can steal them from underneath their owners noses. You are the Clown Town Crime Watch – Dingle Fingle needs your help…. in this all action packed show!
Meirion Owen's Quack Pack provides hilariously entertaining duck herding demonstrations. The Quack team of border collies and comical Indian Runner ducks provide entertaining, educational and interactive displays.
His first encounter with the art of wildfowling was at the age of 11 with his Dad on a wild winter’s estuary. Chris Green from Liskeard, is a real countryman through and he is now a master of his craft. Truly, a modern day hunter gatherer, with a wealth of knowledge which he is always happy to pass on to the younger generation. He will be demonstrating with his dog.
The simulated coursing demonstrations will take place on both Saturday and Sunday in the main arena, where those with dogs encouraged to participate in what is often a popular event in the arena.
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