With only 12 days to go to the CLA Game Fair here’s our guide of what to do to keep the kids amused.
This year The CLA returns to Harewood House. A spectacular venue sitting within the heart of Yorkshire it well earns its place as one of the Treasure Houses of England.
As always at the CLA the house provides the backdrop to wide array of countryside activities there is so much to do at the game fair its difficult to narrow it down to a top ten favourites but here are a few things you should be sure not to miss if you are attending this year with the family.
The HAVE A GO area try your hand at traditional countryside pursuits including clay shooting, airgun target shooting, field archery, falconry and ferret handling, bushcraft and survival and novice gun dog competitions
The SSG KidzZone will this year offer families and children an unrivalled array of activities to ensure that children of all ages are kept entertained. Leaky Pipe – a wet and wild challenge for families and individuals to take part in. Muddy Puddles – a series of play puddles to cool off in. Sand Pit – digging and sandcastles is the order of the day. Totem Poles – Form your own wooden design to be nailed to the totem pole
The Food Zone: This year’s CLA Game Fair will more than ever celebrate the unique quality and variety of British food through a number of food focused features designed to encourage people to cook, eat and enjoy the wealth of British produce on offer. The focus on food falls under the banner of the CLA Game Fair Totally Food Show, which features a choice of food made by passionate and dedicated British food producers. For 2015, there will be two Totally Food Shows situated in different locations of the site.
Exploring Nature: Packed with a wide range of activities, the Exploring Nature area is the place to meet the craftsmen and women who keep British countryside traditions alive along with the volunteer groups and conservation associations dedicated to preserving Britain’s rural heritage and wildlife including species such as otters and owls