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BASC will have their Cookery Theatre featuring demonstrations including venison skinning and butchering. Also cooking venison dishes with free tasting afterwards over the whole weekend, and cooking many other game dishes.

The Lurcher Show, Sunday 26th, August, Qualifier Countrymans Weekly.
Organiser Sue Willows - for further information, please call 07900 286287 before 9pm (please do not call after this time).

The Terrier Show, Sunday 26th August, Qualiflier Countrymans Weekly.
Organiser Jane O'Shea - for further information, please call 07903 343555 before 9pm (please do not call after this time).

A detailed programme of Events will be published near to the event based on the following:

British Scurry and Trials Driving
Sheepdog Demonstration
Fly Fishing Demonstration
Gundog Demonstration
Falconry Flying Display
Cyril the Squirrel
Parade of Vintage Vehicles
Parade of Hounds
Fly Fishing Demonstration
Sheepdog Demonstration
Gundog Demonstration
Heavy Horse Parade
Cyril the Squirrel
Falconry Flying Display
Grand Parade

Heavy Horse Show
Fun Dog Show/Dog Agility
Terrier Racing

Terrier Show

Clay Pigeon Shoot
40 Bird Open Sporting
50 Bird Two Man Flurry
40 Bird Trophy Sporting
(shoot each day)
Pool cash prizes
Junior, ladies and side-by side prizes
Clay snooker
Muzzle Loaders Association
BASC Dog and Gun competitions

Ely Wildfowlers – Dog retrieve in water
Fly Fishing Competitions

fenlandClay Shooting
fenlandPresents Clay Shooting at Fenland Country Fair
Stow-cum-quy Cambridge

26th & 27th August 2018

40 Bird Open Sporting - High Gun to 3rd place
Each day

40 Bird Trophy Ladies & Junior Sporting
High Gun & 2nd Each Day

Clay Snooker

High Gun £50.00 Each Day
2nd place Cartridges

Pool Shoot
Pay out twice daily
Have a Go Stand

Enquiries Tel: 07831 230005 / 01844 214404

rural crafts
Rural Crafts
At Fenland Fairs we have a large area laid out to both old and modern hand made crafts. This is well worth a visit. We have up to 30 crafters, there are Thatchers, Farriers, Willow workers, Stick makers, Pole Lathe turners, Blacksmiths and Bee keepers to name just a few.

Unfortunately many of these crafts are slowly dying out, at Fenland Fair we are trying to get as many Rural Crafters together as we can, so go over and have a chat with them, who knows maybe you might like to learn a Rural craft. We have a lad of 14 turning assorted pens so we are having some success.