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THE WILTSHIRE Game and Country Fair returns for another year to celebrate its 10th anniversary, bringing with it a feast of entertainment and activities from the countryside for all the family to enjoy.

It returns to Bowood on the weekend of September 23 and 24, as the countryside comes to life with three main show arenas, and lots to see, do, and buy.

New for this year, the World of Dogs Arena will feature a number of dog displays, as well as the opportunity for visitors’ pets to take part in the Fun Dog Show competition.

The Andy Singleton Arena will provide the fast paced action of the Scurry Driving, a horse and carriage event against the clock, as well as Horse Boarding, a team event of man, horse and skate board, which isn’t for the faint-hearted, amongst other things.

Countryside demonstrations of falconry, working ferrets, and gundog displays will also be shown at the Special Events Arena.

Food, crafts and stalls are also some of the many things on offer.

Full details of the show are available on www.livingheritagecountryshows.com.

The show is open 10am-6pm. Admission is £14 for adults, £13 for over 65’s, and £4 for children.