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Knights of Middle England are performing at Broadlands this year
Knights of Middle England are performing at Broadlands this year

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BIRDS of prey will be displaying their striking talents as the British Falconry & Raptor Fair returns to the Broadlands Country Show among an extravaganza of fun this May Day bank holiday weekend.

And quick-thinking A&T readers can win one of five pairs of tickets up for grabs by emailing the answer to a simple question at the end of this story by 9am on Monday 29th April.

There is something for everyone at the Romsey event with arena entertainment, side attractions, live music all weekend, food and drink and lots of activities over the bank holiday weekend of Sunday and Monday 5th and 6th May.

Attractions in the Realtree main arena include the Knights of Middle England jousting on horseback, the Joseph Pearce Fire Show, Stannage International Stunt Show and Dorset Axemen.

Gundog events include the Chudleys Gundog Championships, more canine action with terriers and lurchers, the gunmakers’ roadshow, food village and chefs’ demo theatre, craft marquee and a Kids Zone.

Day admission costs £13 adults, £6 children (6-16) and £35 family (two adults and three children), with free parking, dogs welcome and camping available.

Almost an event in its own right, the falconry fair promises displays from some of the country’s leading falconers as well as an array of exhibition stands for enthusiasts and visitors wanting to discover more about these incredible birds of prey.

Among the experts putting their birds through their paces is Tony Puddle of the South Wilts Falconry based on the edge of the New Forest National Park.

A practicing falconer for over 18 years, he brings owls, hawks and falcons used in pest control as well as the ancient field sports.

There will also be the Mercer Falconry, Female Falconers’ Club, and Martin Whitley Dartmoor Hawking.

Along with expert demonstrators, the British Falconry & Raptor Fair also welcomes in lots of falconry retailers, manufacturers such as professional lure make Bull X, and societies who will be attending across the weekend and bringing along product ranges, expect knowledge and contacts for those wanting to discover more.

To pre-book tickets visit www.broadlandscountryshow.co.uk.

Competition question: Which town will be hosting the Broadlands Country Show this year?

A. Romsey B. Lymington C. Fordingbridge

Send you answer to competition@adt.press by 9am on Monday 29th April with "Broadlands Country Show competition" in the subject heading. Please include your name, address, email and contact telephone number.

Terms and Conditions: One entry per person. The first entry picked at random will be deemed the winner. The Editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Photocopies of the entry form will not be accepted. Employees of the Advertiser & Times Ltd or their immediate family members may not enter the competition. The prize can be collected at the event or delivered to your home. Entries must be over 18 years of age. Proof of posting is not regarded as proof of entry or receipt. The winners will be contacted in the week commencing Monday 29th April. Promoter: Advertiser & Times Ltd, 31-33 Compton Road, New Milton BH25 6EQ.



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