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The annual Robin Hood Game and County Show will take place next weekend, from the 13th-14th October, and is set to be the most fun-filled yet! Feeling lucky? Enter here to win tickets!

This year, special guest Peter Wilson, who won the gold for Team GB in the shooting, will be attending the Robin Hood Game and Country Show on Sunday 14th October at the Newark Showground, Nottinghamshire.

He’s available for a meet and greet, photos and a chat about his triumph at the 2012 Olympics, between 1pm & 4pm.

The weekend event will appeal to families, dog-lovers and those partial to countryside recreation. A host of children’s entertainment includes Jousting Tournaments and horseback stunts courtesy of Stampede Stunt Display Team, Birds of Prey arena shows, thrilling BMX stunts, archery training where you can have-a-go yourself and a funfair!

The All About Dogs Zone is usually everyone’s favourite – bring your four-legged friend along and try win a rosette in the Fun Dog Show, make a splash at Dock Dogs, or break a record in the Flyball timed sprint competition.

NEW FOR 2012
The Clan Wulfhar Viking settlement has relocated onto theNewark showground for the weekend! An authentic Viking re-enactment village, the Clan Wulfhar have a full armoury, surgeon, cooking and sewing demos, dancing and will carry-out a full battle using real swords!

Countryman’s Walk is a section of the show dedicated to Country Leisure pursuits; as well as gundog scurry competitions you will also find gundog training displays by Stephen Hood of Dunhamswood dogs and lurcher coursing competitions with Paddy and the Coursing Crew.

Book your discount tickets online and benefit from the limited CHILDREN GO FREE offer at www.robinhoodcountryshow.co.uk or call 01702 549623 for more information. Robin Hood Game and Country Show, 13th-14th October 2012, Newark Showground, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG24 2NY

We can’t wait to see you at this fantastic family day-out!

Posted on 03 October 2012
Featured author: Erin

Australian now calling Nottingham home. Piano playing, cake making, bicycle riding lady who loves travel.

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