Caradoc, Sellack near Ross on Wye Sunday 3 August from 9.30 am
With its lovely riverside setting, Caradoc brings an extra dimension to the Country Fair, providing the perfect site for the fishing events and adds a new challenge for the gun dog scurries. It also provides a beautiful scenic backdrop to enjoy whilst viewing the days events or having a picnic on the bank of the river.
'The perfect day out for all the family'
The Chariots of Fire are this years star attraction and Terrier Racing returns to the Country Fair. Competition too at the Gundog Scurries, Monty's Allsorts dog agility, The Hereford Cathedral School Fun Dog Show and for the sharp eyed there is Clay shooting and for those with a good arm Fly fishing.
For the children this year we have Mo the Donkey and Mr Punch.
The Herefordshire Country Fair are pleased to welcome Jules Hudson to be its President for 2014. Known to many as the leading face on the BBC's hit rural property series Escape to the Country, Jules is also a regular on Countryfile and numerous Military History series. Having recently made Herefordshire his home, Jules is delighted to support this year's event. A countryman through and through, his passion for the countryside will ensure that he finds time to be fully involved not only on the day but in organisational run up to The Fair.
To find out more visit Juleshudson.com
The Application Form for Trade Stand space and Marquee Trade Stands is now available for download.
An exciting new schedule 2014 with £1800 prize fund has been announced by June Savidge.
View or download the 2014 Schedule.
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The site plan has now been published.
Community First Fund
In 2013 the Country Fair elected to put surplus income into the Herefordshire Community Foundation, which is a Government-sponsored fund that distributes money to charitable causes in the county. Read more about what we do for local causes.