As life returns to normal, the green wellie brigade is gearing up for The Game Fair, taking place from Friday 23 to Sunday 25 July at Ragley Hall in Warwickshire, like never before!

With some much-needed light at the end of the tunnel, people are keen to make the most of their weekends once again, with an unprecedented number choosing The Game Fair to do just that. Returning to the 6,000-acre estate at Ragley Hall for the fifith time, ticket sales are up by 400% compared to the same period in 2018 when the outdoor event was last held at the location.

Now in its 62nd year, the hugely popular outdoor event has also seen a huge increase in camping ticket sales. So much so that the campsite has been expanded to allow more visitors to fully immerse themselves in The Game Fair and enjoy a weekend-long mini-break. Across the weekend, visitors can enjoy a huge range of activities and stands showcasing much-loved country pursuits including gundog handling, clay shooting, archery, fishing, falconry and ferreting.

The Game Fair’s Gemma Payne commented: “Our data shows us that ticket sales are rocketing like never before, which demonstrates that popularity of The Game Fair continues to increase year on year. We know it’s been an incredibly tough year for so many and we are excited to see people ready to embrace life after lockdown with likeminded people and enjoy a weekend celebrating the British countryside.”

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