Chatsworth Country Fair 2011
For those of you who don’t already know today (2nd September) is the day that the 30th Chatsworth Country Fair starts. This event runs right through the weekend and proves to be great fun for all the family. Attractions include one of the biggest hot air balloon lifts in the country, a piped band contest, a clay pigeon shoot, sheep and gun dog trials, a fine food village, one of the largest vintage car meetings in the country and much much more. As well as all this, Chatsworth Country Fair 2011 will also see the appearance of the RAF Red Arrows display team. This years fair will be dedicated to the armed forces with organisers encouraging visitors to make donations to service charities. This years fair president will be former Yorkshire and England cricketer Michael Vaughan following celebrity gardener Alan Titchmarsh who took on the role last year.
One of the main focuses of the show will be inside the grand ring where there will be over 300 stands on show. Among these stands will be Peak Oak’s stand, where we will be on hand to advise and help you in any way we can whilst also providing you with some of our latest offers. With crowds of over 90,000 expected over the three days, the event promises to be great fun for all. Gates will open at 9.00am and the closing ceremony will be around 6.30pm. The cost of entry is £15 for today, and £17 for Saturday and Sunday with free entry for under 14’s. To find out more information regarding Chatsworth Country Fair 2011 you can visit their official website by clicking here.