Sissinghurst Country Fair and Sheep Dog Trials
Country Fair & Sheep Dog Trials
A REAL FAMILY COUNTRY DAY OUT WITH SO MUCH TO ENJOY
Sunday 1st September 2013
10:30 to 16:30
Entry Price: £4 per person – children and parking FREE
There’s no better way to spend the first day in September this year than to bring all of the family to the Sissinghurst Country Fair and Sheep Dog Trials at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent.
With all proceeds going to supporting the Kent, Sussex and Surrey Air Ambulance, following last year’s Country Fair that enabled the organisers to give the Air Ambulance Trust £10,000 – this years show will be bigger and better.
With four area’s providing all day entertainment including:
Birds of Prey
Feetbeats from the Academy of Cheerleading and Dance
Dog agility and obedience demonstrations
Scarecrow Competition open to all
Companion dog shows providing a day of non-stop entertainment.
Plus your own dog being able to ‘do-it-themselves’ over and around novices fences
Marksman ST2 – The Ultimate Shooting Simulator
The Sheep Dog Trials which take place all day will produce a winner who will go forward to the UK National Championships later in the year.
And with so many stall holders all selling a huge variety of products and home made produce there’s an excellent opportunity for some early Christmas shopping! And no Country Fair would be without a funfair and, coconut shy. And in between time there’s an abundance of food outlets including a Hog Roast, delicious coffee, teas from the National Trust and a beer tent from The Old Brewery in Rolvenden.
And if it’s the finest music you like to hear, the much acclaimed and competition winning Cranbrook Town Band will be playing.
The Sissinghurst Country Day & Sheep Dog Trails is not an event to miss. We look forward to seeing you at Sissinghurst Castle and lets all do what we can to make the Country Day a bumper one for the Air Ambulance’s much needed funds.
COUNTRY FAIR & SHEEP DOG TRIALS ARE HELD AT SISSINGHURST CASTLE FARM BY THE VERY KIND PERMISSION OF THE NATIONAL TRUST AND MR JOHN HICKMAN