CLA Midlands comment on three exciting CLA Game Fair announcements
Commenting on the announcement of three new attractions for this year's CLA Game Fair which takes place at Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire on 20-22 July, CLA Director Midlands Caroline Bedell said:
"We are lucky to welcome the largest countryside show back to the Midlands, and this year's event looks like being the best ever. As well as being a showcase for the countryside, the event will also make a huge contribution to the local economy and I know that members from across the region are looking forward to visiting or exhibiting.
"These new initiatives can only add to the excitement of what is already a must-do event on the countryside's social calendar. Who could resist the opportunity to win £10,000 or a trip on the Orient Express?"
The CLA game Fair has announced:
'The Lady's Day': a touch of style and the chance to win a trip on the Orient Express
Women visiting this year's CLA Game Fair will get the chance to even more glamour to this year's event with the launch of "The Lady's Day".
In conjunction with The Lady magazine, The Lady's Day takes place on Saturday, 21 July when the best dressed woman will be awarded a fabulous prize of two tickets for the Orient Express.
For the full announcement see: http://www.cla.org.uk/News_and_Press/Latest_Releases/CLA_Game_Fair_2012/CLA_Game_Fair/1010176.htm/
Fish for a Fortune – and win £10,000
One lucky visitor to this year's CLA Game Fair – Friday, 20 July to Sunday, 22 July at Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire – will net £10,000 in an amazing new fishing competition, Fish for a Fortune.
The lake at Belvoir Castle, near Grantham, will be specially stocked with bream, tench and perch for the CLA Game Fair competition.
One fish will be tagged, and competitors will be given a short time-slot to try to catch the £10,000 prize fish. If no one lands the lucky prize, all those entering the competition will be put into a draw for the cash to be presented to the winner on Sunday, 22 July.
For the full announcement see: http://www.cla.org.uk/News_and_Press/Latest_Releases/CLA_Game_Fair_2012/CLA_Game_Fair/1010177.htm/
CLA Gundog of the Year competition
For the first time ever during the CLA Game Fair the search is on for the CLA Gundog of the Year.
The new competition, held in association with Subaru (UK) Ltd, is aimed at the country's leading gundog handlers and open to all breeds of gundog.
The contest - set to take place daily over the three days of the CLA Game Fair will see the top gundogs in the country competing in a series of tests. The winning handler will receive the Sir John Ruggles-Brise Trophy and use of a fabulous Subaru Diesel Outback for 12 months.
For the full announcement see: http://www.cla.org.uk/News_and_Press/Latest_Releases/CLA_Game_Fair_2012/CLA_Game_Fair/1010175.htm/
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Caroline Bedell MRICS FAAV
Caroline leads the Midlands team and has overall responsibility for the management of the CLA’s regional business and membership.
A qualified Chartered Surveyor respected throughout the industry, she also represents the CLA on a wide range of regional committees and panels.
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