The Game Fair
Jul 23 Jul 24 Jul 25
Event Dates
Jul 23, Jul 24, Jul 25
Event Location
Ragley Hall, Warwickshire
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The Game Fair the much-loved celebration of the great British Countryside returns in 2021 taking place in the familiar surroundings of Ragley Hall, Warwickshire from 23rd-25th July. From clay shooting, rural crafts, food and fishing, to archery, gardens, dogs and horses, there is something for everyone at this three-day festival. 

Carter Jonas is once again delighted to sponsor The Game Fair Theatre, and will also be exhibiting at the show – find us right next to the Theatre. 

Get your tickets 

Friends and clients of Carter Jonas can save £10 on the gate price by using the code CJ2021. Simply enter this code when purchasing tickets online at: www.thegamefair.org.

Ticket offer closes 22nd July 2021. 

Adult entrance tickets are £29 in advance (£35 on the gate).

Our picks for the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre 

FRIDAY’S HIGHLIGHTS
11.25am Grand designs: David Sandbrook of Carter Jones and Lloyd McInally of Tarmac talk about ingenious added value uses for former quarries, from Game of Thrones to Olympic venues. 

1.05pm What goes on in Parliament? Charlie gets the inside track from lobbyist Ian Gregory, who supports countryside interests in the media and Parliament. He works closely with Lord Botham on his campaigns on issues including fishing, shooting and the BBC licence fee. 

2.35pm Challenges in the countryside: changes to public access and policy. Warwickshire farmer and land agent Ted Beale talks about potential impacts, and how these can be overcome, or even embraced.

3pm How have sporting estate prices performed during lockdown? 

3.20pm Carbon offsetting: why does Brewdog want to plant trees? Carter Jonas head of natural capital Mark Russell and Carter Jonas head of forestry Marc Liebrecht talk about the benefits. 

SATURDAY’S HIGHLIGHTS
11am The country people's peer Lord Botham talks to Charlie about his first year in the House of Lords. Britain's best-known cricketer was made a peer in 2020 and, as he went into the Lords, he announced that he was there to represent the countryside, to battle against the vast urban vested interest organisations, such as the BBC and RSPB, that seem determined to destroy country ways of life. 

11.30am TV's Adam Henson, Mike Robinson and Tim Woodward from the Country Food Trust will talk about the work of the trust, which is the Game Fair's chosen charity for 2021, plus deer and the English landscape. What's to be done? 

2.20pm The staycation: how to finance your move to the countryside. Carter Jonas's Andrew Fallows on what to look for if you plan to run a holiday lets, weddings business, campsites business in the UK, while holiday lets business Sleeps12.com's Jess Vellacott talks about how her business works. 

See full details of all confirmed talks on The Game Fair website.