Win family tickets to the Hatfield House Country Show in August!

The Hatfield House Country Show brings the countryside to your doorstep in this fantastic day out. The show has a huge range of attractions and animals all over the country are in training and being groomed to perfection, getting ready for the event which takes place over the weekend of August 20th – 22nd.

And we have 5 family tickets to be won to this brilliant day out!

There is a whole arena dedicated to horse events - from huge Shires to Polo and the Pony Club. So if you love horses find a comfy hay bale and enjoy the shows. In the main arena, there is a packed programme on each day. BBC TV country presenter Matt Baker will be at the show on Saturday and Sunday helping with the arena events and chatting to visitors. See the amazing skill of the working dogs and enter your own dog in the racing and fun classes. Let’s see which dog, in the opinion of the judges, looks most like its owner!

In the Traditional Breed marquees you can meet prize winning sheep and pigs. If you have always wanted to start keeping chickens and have really fresh eggs, this is the place to start. You can select your birds, speak to the friendly and knowledgeable stall holders and buy everything you need to take home.

In the Countryside Area you can take part in the hilarious guinea pig races, try your hand at fishing, archery and clay pigeon shooting and then taste some real cider and beers.

Our top local Chef’s will be cooking some delicious dishes each day and giving out recipes for you to try at home. Visit the Fine Food marquee to sample some unusual flavours and produce from specialist suppliers.

Around the arenas, you can watch crafts people in action. There are a huge variety of stalls including plants, pots, jewellery, gifts and country accessories to buy to take home. No Country Show day out would be complete without a ride on a steam carousel and each day there is a parade of tractors and steam engines.

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