Kelmarsh Fair (Northamptonshire) Reviews
Newest Review: ... house meant that all of the main events including the fly fishing demonstrations were close to hand. Admission Costs I did feel that these were a bit on the high side to be honest. Adult entry was £11, OAP £10 whilst children between the age of 4-14 was £4. Under 4's get in for free. What was disappointing was the fact that there was no combined family ticket on sale. It is possible to camp at the event for the weekend at a cost of £15 per pitch and a two day pass was £17 for adults and £5 for kids. There was a rather good programme on sale with a full list of events and useful map which cost an additional £3. The ticket office had the... more
Customer Kelmarsh Fair (Northamptonshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 24/04/07 (Very useful, 236 readings)
The bad news is that for anyone wanting to visit the Kelmarsh Game and Country Sports Fair in 2007 is that you are too late as the event was held over the a two day period on the 8th and 9th April is some wonderful sunshine in the beautiful grounds of Kelmarsh House. The good news is the fact that not only will it be back next year but that also the organisers, Countryman Fairs, host a number of events throughout the year around the country and whilst each event has its own distinctive flavour and character they do tend to follow the same winning formula. Check out the website at www.countrymanfairs.co.uk to find out if there is a show being held near where you ... Read the complete review
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