ORGANISERS of the GWCT Welsh Game Fair are  delighted  to  report  that  more  than  10,000  people visited the inaugural three-day event held at Vaynol Hall in Gwynedd this September. “The Welsh Game Fair came to life with its own personality and nuances delivering a special event from which to build,” commented Stable Events’ managing director James Gower, adding: “The lo-cation was outstanding, the perfect blank canvas on which to showcase the best of Welsh countryside and tradition. We look forward to next year and have some future surprises in store, so watch this space!”The chairman of GWCT Cymru, Owen Williams, added: “We are delighted that our close collaboration with Stable Events over the past year has produced a great Game Fair for Wales. At a time of instability and change in the countryside it is vital that the rural community comes together to celebrate and showcase the many interdependent strands of life in the countryside. We are very grateful to the wonderful  Vaynol  estate  for  hosting  this  inaugural  GWCT  Welsh Game Fair, which we are sure has secured its 

place in the calendar of the Welsh countryside.” Vaynol Hall owner Keith Jones concluded: “From start to finish, Stable Events have been fantastic to partner with. I have received nothing but positive feedback and I’m delighted the event went so well. The atmosphere all weekend was upbeat and buoyant. The people of North Wales have wanted their own Game Fair for a long time.”


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