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The East Anglian Game & Country Fair

The East Anglian Game & Country Fair will take place on Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th April 2024 at the prestigious Euston Estate, home to The Duke & Duchess of Grafton. Euston Estate is situated just off the A11 at Elveden, on the Norfolk/Suffolk border.

This two-day event welcomes world class attractions each year. 

Main Arena displays confirmed for this year’s show include ‘The Squibb Freestyle Motocross Show’, performing breath-taking jumps and stunts mid-air. Jamie will also be available after each performance to meet his followers and have photos taken with the Squibb Freestyle Team.

The highly popular and entertaining ‘Dog and Duck Show’ return to the show once more, and firm favourites the Horseboarding UK Championships will be filmed and broadcast live from the arena, showcasing how speed, agility and bravery are all essential ingredients in this addictive spectacle.

We have a fantastic line up of more free events to watch in the Main Arena and across the show including the much-loved British Scurry and Trials Driving Championships, Lowestoft Dog Agility Display Team, Gun Dog displays, Fishing demonstrations with World Champion Fly Caster Hywel Morgan, the hilarious Sheep Show, Traditional Ferreting Demonstrations with Simon Whitehead, Live Craft demonstrations and much more! 

Join in and 'have a go' at a range of country activities from clay shooting with John Bidwell’s High Lodge instructors (or enter the 40-bird shooting competition for men, women and juniors). 

Visitors can try their hand at fly fishing and coarse fishing on the Black Bourn River. Archery, axe throwing and the air rifle range can also be enjoyed. 

If your family’s best friend likes the water, then why not enter them into the ‘Have a Go’ or the competition at the K9 Aqua Sports pool, (long jump into water for dogs!)

The pet dog show is also a favourite with our visitors and the vast array of dogs that love to come to the show, (so many classes to enter!)

There are over 350 shopping stands with a wide variety of products from fashion and footwear to gun makers & fishing products. BASC will be among a number of National Organisations on hand to discuss conservation, countryside pursuits and memberships. There are also many children’s activities, traditional fun fair, food and drink hall with Game Fair Country Kitchen, where talented chefs from across the East Anglian region showcase their culinary skills. Craft and gift marquees and much more. 

If you are interested in exhibiting with us, trade stand application forms can be downloaded from our website.

Please do take a look at our show highlights video; encapsulating what a fun family day out the show is, with something for everyone. 

Don’t forget to bring your dog to enjoy all of this on the Norfolk/Suffolk border.

Advance discounted 2024 tickets are available to buy online at or by calling the ticket hotline number 01263 735 828 Adult £21, Children (5-16 Yrs) £8.00 and Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) £55. (Discounted ticket offer valid until midday 22/04/24) After this time tickets are available to buy on the gate at the 2024 on-the-day rates.

(A small booking fee applies to phone orders). Under 5's are Free and Car Parking is Free for all. 

VIP Memberships and Camping weekend tickets also available at discounted rates if booked in advance. Visit our website for more information. 




The Country Food Trust has been selected as the official charity for the 2024 game fair. We are eager to support the charity's vital work and help raise awareness of its mission, providing nutritious meals to people in need through their innovative field to food bank initiative.

His Grace, the Duke of Grafton, a long-standing ambassador for The Country Food Trust, expressed his delight in supporting this remarkable charity “I am thrilled The East Anglian Game and Country Fair are supporting the CFT at next year’s event. They do a remarkable job of utilising meat from estates to create nutritious, protein-rich meals for individuals facing food insecurity throughout the country.”

SJ Hunt, CEO of The Country Food Trust, commented “We are delighted to be nominated as Charity of the Year for this wonderful event and extend our sincere thanks to the Duke of Grafton for his continued support."

We encourage all attendees to join in the efforts to support The Country Food Trust, funds raised during the event will be directed towards supporting individuals and families in the East Anglia area who are facing food insecurity. Donations can be made conveniently through Eventbrite when purchasing tickets or by visiting The Country Food Trust's stand at the show in April.