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Sponsor: Uley Brewery

The Working Clumber Spaniel Society 10.30am

The work bred Clumber spaniels of today resemble their ancestors seen in Victorian paintings. They are athletic well- muscled dogs with that stunningly effective pink nose, prized for their extraordinary ability to find game. The working Clumber spaniel is today a realistic choice for the shooting person keen to consider something a little different.

 

 

Sponsor: Johnsons Volvo Gloucester

M & M Gundog Training 11.00am & 2.05pm

The display this year is from Martin Harris and Martin Love. The Martins have over 50 years of experience between them in handling and training gundogs. They are renowned for both their innovative approach and modern ideas.

Using their own dogs they will endeavour to break down each aspect of training and take you through the stages step by step.

The Martins will be available during the day to give free gundog training advice on their stand near the Countryside Ring.

 

 

 

Sponsor: Loxley Legal

Wye Valley Axe Men 11.30am & 2.35pm

The Wye Valley Axemen have members from Rhayader, Llanidloes and Newtown areas, with their ages varying from sixteen to sixty.  

Since forming in 2007, the Wye Valley Axemen have been giving crowd pleasing displays at events across Mid Wales and the Borders. Contained within the displays are speed, skill and accuracy using razor sharp axes and saws as we bring to life the lumber jack techniques of years gone by. Performing in the Countryside Ring you'll be able to hear the axe whistling through the air!

 

 

 

Sponsor: Cooper Civils

Avon Valley Ferrets 12.15pm & 3.55pm

Avon Valley Ferrets is a husband and wife team, Paul and Camilla Pountain, who are based on Salisbury Plain and are passionately dedicated to the welfare and well being of ferrets and polecats. Their main objectives are to educate people and promote all aspects of welfare of these much maligned and little known about creatures. Today they will be demonstrating the traditional method of making and setting nets for rabbit control within the countryside. Visit them in the Living Working Countryside area where you’ll also be able to see these amazing creatures racing against each other.

 

 

 

 

 

Sponsor: Fine & Country

Hawkeye Falconry 12.45pm & 3.20pm

We are delighted to welcome Hawkeye UK back to Frampton for the fifth successive year. Fronted by Alistair Leese, bringing the ancient art of Falconry to the modern age. The breathtaking and far reaching display contains a unique mix of raptors. Be sure to visit the stand in the Living Working Countryside area where you can go and book a slot to hold a bird or see the birds and talk to the team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sponsor: The Master Cobbler

El-ver Eating Competition 1.20pm

A fiercely contested competition was held annually on the Green here in Frampton for many years, but the scarcity of elvers meant it had to cease. However in 2015 it was reinstated using an elver substitute. We continue the competition here at Frampton Country Fair and we are using the eco-friendly Spanish alternative Surimi
If you would like to be a competitor in this event please register at the Countryside Ring 10 minutes before the start.

 

 

 

 

Sponsor: Hamptons International

Harness Goats 1.45pm

The Harness Goat society seeks to promote the usefulness, gentleness and intelligence of modern goats. Formed in 1986, the aims of the society are to maintain and improve the care and wellbeing of the harness goat, and to act as a source of advice on the optimum type and length of work, suitability of vehicles and packs, and on any other matters pertaining to the health and training of the Harness Goat.

 

 

 

 

 

Sponsor: Skinners Pet Foods

Working Dog Parade 4.25pm

This is a great opportunity to see a large range of working dogs. From Hounds and Retrievers to Spaniels. There will be a large range of breeds to look at so come and learn more about them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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