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Thame Country Fair 2023

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A Country show full of country sports and pursuits with arena entertainment running throughout the day. Watch the Falconry, Gundogs, Horse Boarding, Scurry Driving and Stunt Display Team.

Around the show there are a number of demonstrations and Have a Go events including Fishing, Airguns and Archery to name a few.

A visit to our World of Dogs section is a must for any dog lover with a chance for your pet to participate with Lurcher Racing, Gun Dog Multi-scurry and the Fun Dog show.

Relax and enjoy the atmosphere of our Food Glorious Food Section with a variety of street foods and drink vendors, chef demonstrations and music marquee. Here you will find an array of fine foods, wines and spirits from local and national producers and retailers in the fine food halls.

Visit the craft village when looking for that special and unique gift and watch traditional craft demonstrations in action. This is accompanied by a chainsaw carving area with a dedicated speed carving arena where carvings are auctioned at the end of each event.

Children’s entertainment and amusements makes it’s a great family day out.

For more information visit www.livingheritagecountryshows.com

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