Attorney General Jeremy Wright QC, the MP for Kenilworth and Southam in Warwickshire, has thrown his support behind the UK Game Fair and fieldsports.
Mr Wright said: “Shooting is an integral part of rural life and underpins the social and economic fabric of the countryside. It supports the equivalent of 70,000 full-time jobs and contributes £2billion to the rural economy. I will continue to support and protect the right of people to engage in legal shooting activities.”
The UK Game Fair will take place on 22-24 July at the NAEC at Stoneleigh Park. Over 100,000 visitors are expected to attend the brand new three-day event, which was launched last year following the demise of the CLA Game Fair.
Show organiser Wes Stanton said: “Our new event is designed to attract those who loved the CLA Game Fair as much as we did before its demise, and to introduce new people to rural pursuits. Stoneleigh is a brilliant site to stage an outdoor show. Our ticket prices represent great value for money, for individuals, families and groups of friends.”
Attractions include a large Clay Line run in association with EJ Churchill, with support from Eley Hawk, Promatic and Clay Shooting magazine. For more information, click here.
Tickets start at £17.50 for adults and £12.50 for young people. Under 11s go free. To book tickets, visit the UK Game Fair website.