Shooting and fishing for all at Kent Game and Country Fair

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Scurry racing, horseboarding, mounted games, Shire horses, gundog and falconry displays and parades of hounds are just some of the attractions at the Kent Game and Country fair this weekend.

The event takes place this weekend (June 27 and 28) at the Hole park Estate in Rolvenden from 10am to 6pm on both days

Organisers promise a range of events across the two days that will appeal to both country sports enthusiasts and families. The will be a food show, a demonstration craft show with working demonstrations, a chainsaw carving competition, an owl show and an eagle show.

Visitors can also try their hand at a wide selection of activities including clayshooting, airguns, archery. Whether you are a seasoned shooter or a total beginner, one to one tuition is available to those interested in having a go.

Visitors can also learn how to fish with the Salmon and Trout Association and Angling Trust – take advantage of a free 20 minute course in the basics of fishing. The family dog is welcome too and can be entered into one of the many competitions.

Admission is £12, £11 for pensioners and £4 for Children.

•Visit www.livingheritagecountryshows.com

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