Ipswich: Robin Hood Game and Country Show and All About Dogs Show preview
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Looking for some family fun? The Suffolk Robin Hood Game and Country Show is sure to hit the target.
Hood and his Merry Men will be thrilling visitors with some high-energy stunt riding courtesy of Jason Smyth’s Adrenalin Tour and there will be jousting by the Stampede Stunt Display Team.
Other activities during the event at Trinity Park, Felixstowe Road, Ipswich, tomorrow and Sunday include field archery and shooting, ferret racing, gun dog training displays, flight of the falcons, dog and duck show, practical horsemanship, coursing crew lurchers, dog scurry and a lurcher and terrier show.
Youngsters will love climbing the inflatable towers, bungee trampolines, laser maze, learning about Medieval life and meeting all the animals.
Your ticket also includes entry to the All About Dogs Show. Enjoy demonstrations from the Essex K9 and Lowestoft Dog Display Teams among others that you’ll paws-itively enjoy! There will also be competitions for you and your four-legged friends, advice on grooming and dog behaviour from experts and opportunities to pamper your pooches.
The Notts and Yorkshire Boxer Rescue Team has organised a fun dog show both days, organised by the Notts and Yorkshire Boxer Rescue Team. Open to dogs, classes range from coolest pup to golden oldie and most radiant rescue to best in show. Starting at 12.30pm, registration is from 10am-noon.
New arena show Kidgility encourages children to join in with lots of fun assault courses and jumps with Blaze and Suga, who is the puppy of Britain’s Got Talent winner Pudsey and making their All About Dogs debut is the Heelwork to Music display team.
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Aztec - the organisers of the Robin Hood Game and Country Show - is offering people with either a shotgun licence and/or firearms certificate free entry to the show. To take advantage of this offer, you must bring the licence or certificate or a photocopy with you to the show. One free entry per certificate/licence.
For more information about both shows, organised by Aztec Events, visit www.robinhoodcountryshow.co.uk