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BASC Gamekeepers Fair

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Catton Park
Walton on Trent
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The Gamekeepers' Fair is an annual country event held at Catton Park, South Derbyshire. The two day show attracts over 15,000 people from BASC members to the general public wanting a family day out.

With exciting arena shows, cooking demonstrations, shooting competitions, Gundog scurries, an action packed 'Kids Zone' and much more to entertain you in the lovely grounds of Catton Park. Over 200 trade stands for everything you may need in the countryside and beyond offer customers a fantastic day out with plenty to see and do!

Accompanied under 15's FREE entry to the show.
20% off advanced adult tickets at

Telephone: 01889 565050
Contact name: Alice Brunton-Reed

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