August Bank Holiday 2021
Cheshire Game & Country Fair Show Information
Admission On The Day:
(please note advance tickets guarantees entry).
Adults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £15.00
Over 65’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £14.00
Child (5-15 incl) . . . . . . . . . £4.00
For Advanced Tickets and savings please see below
Date and Time
Sun, 29 Aug 2021, 10:00 –
Mon, 30 Aug 2021, 18:00 BST
With THREE main arenas, supported by a host of smaller country sports arenas and workshops, and the very best in countryside activities and entertainment, we can offer you an unbeatable family day out. The Arenas provide a chance to watch your favourite display from Scurry Racing, Horse Boarding, Falconry, Shire Horse Display, Chase The Bunny, Ferrets and Fishing there’s something for everyone to keep you entertained.
Fishing demonstration and lessons are available from the Angling Trust and Salmon and Trout Society.
There is also the opportunity to have a go at clay shooting weather your a novice, beginner or an expert with your own gun there is tuition and advice on hand. The shooting village offers field archery and a range of airgun disciplines with ATEO – Airgun training and education organisation.
While the Food Glorious Food offers a range of selected national and local food producers and specialist street foods and drinks. Here you will find the country kitchen hosting a number of cookery demonstrations throughout the day – the perfect place to relax and unwind.
There is plenty of chance to buy smaller carvings in the speed carving arena where daily speed carves take place each day throughout the show. Two to three 30 minute speed carves take place each day with all the fun of the auction for each carving produced.
A large craft village with craft marquees and craft demonstrations such as Glass Blowing, Blacksmiths and Make and Take is the perfect place to buy that unique gift. With country clothing, quality country trade stands and children’s amusements we can offer you an unbeatable family day out.
Dogs are very welcome at Cheshire Country Show – there is loads for them to get involved with! All we would ask is that you keep them on a lead (unless they are participating in an organised event) and that you clear up after them. Please do not leave dogs unattended in hot cars.
*Please be aware that there are a lot of loud bangs on the site in the vicinity of the gun dog scurries (from the dummy launcher) and in the clay shooting area at some shows. If your dog is stressed by loud bangs it may be kinder to leave them at