The 11th East Anglian Game and Country Fair took place on 26-27 April and was a great success. Though a cold start to the weekend saw numbers a little lower than expected, a brighter Sunday brought visitors from far and wide to the Game Fair.
The Game Fair has evolved enormously over the past decade. Each year, the event organisers make an effort to add even more to the show to give visitors a fantastic experience. This year’s highlight was a visit from ‘birdman of Brittany’ Christian Moullec, who came over from France to fly his microlight over the show, accompanied by his famous family of geese.
It was also great to see some popular attractions from previous years back on display. There were shows and demonstrations in several action-packed arenas throughout the weekend, and over 350 trade stands were also present.
The feedback from exhibitors and visitors was very positive, and the team behind the Fair would like to thank everyone who made the event such a huge success. Wheels are already in motion for the planning of next year’s show, which will be held on 25-26 April 2015. For more details, visit the East Anglian County and Game Fair website, www.ukgamefair.co.uk