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There will be a great variety of foods to enjoy on the day and take home with you. Here’s a flavour of what you will find on the day….
Tables and chairs will return this year !!
Wild & Rustic
Wild & Rustic is a pop-up catering company based in the South West. With a passion for Wild Foods, creating culinary delights, inspired by the rural countryside and bring them to our show for the first time this year
The Coffee Box
Matts Hog Roast
Our experience runs through many different types of events, from weddings, parties, christenings, charity events, outdoor and indoor functions – summer or winter. We pride ourselves on not only our team of very happy, fun, but professional and competent staff, but also the quality of the catering service we provide. We offer excellent quality, and only the highest standards of hygiene, caterers, service and food.
Hometown Catering is from Petersfield, Hampshire. We provide top quality event catering at many events across the South. We sell awesome award winning sausages in finest quality rolls. Our pork sausages come from Hampshire Farms and our bread is made by a family bakers in Portsmouth.
The Focaccia Company
Jake’s Artisan Food
Jake’s was founded as an antidote to dismal, processed supermarket food, offering up instead hugely enjoyable hand-made produce at a completely reasonable price.
You can see this thinking in Jake’s signature hand-cut pork pies from Hampshire, which rely on freshy chopped, locally sourced free-range pork, with only sea salt and fresh black pepper providing the majority of the seasoning.
UK Bratwurst Co
Duncroft Preserves Hampshire Gluten Free Company
Medstead Meats are proud to be members of the British Game Alliance and will be in attendance supplying wild venison sausages and burgers made from delicious local produce along with soft drinks.
Handmade Cornish Pasties
A SMALL FAMILY BUSINESS MAKING CIDER SINCE 1993 – AWARD WINNING CIDER!
Michael and Liz have been making Chucklehead Cider since 1993 using traditional methods and a blend of West Country cider apples.
Beckford’s Rum Spirits
Back in Regency Britain rum and toffee were two of the nation’s favourite treats, enjoyed by all classes. This long-forgotten recipe combines these two delicious flavours, which both originate from the same plant, into a taste sensation! To be enjoyed simply over ice, or ice cream, or mixing into your new favourite cocktail nothing comes close.
Dampney’s Remarkable Drinks
Dampney’s Remarkable Drinks started as a germ of an idea in the summer of 2015. After two years of development, our first range of drinks was launched in 2017.
The Dampney family have been sharing their hipflasks of homemade sloe gin for generations and it was time for a little experimentation. Why not try some other fruits using the same method? Dan Tanner’s ‘Pick your own’ farm at Sopley in the New Forest was on the doorstep and Dan was happy to supply surplus fruit, so the trials began. The only problem being that the fruit we were using had previously been fed as a treat to Dan’s red deer. Unfortunately for them, they are now on reduced rations!
Mike Wagstaff the founder of Chalice Mead had this ‘dream’ – after being given a bottle of Mead and realising how lovely it tasted he could possibly turn this ‘dream’ into a reality and start a new business venture where you could infuse the Mead with many different ingredients therefore adding a modern twist to an old drink.
Mead is known to be the oldest alcoholic drink in the United Kingdom but it also is believed to be the ‘oldest alcoholic drink in the world’, as it was found in the ancient Pyramids in Egypt. Chalice Mead was born blended with natural infusions and using the perfect balance of traditional and modern techniques, each bottle is filled from the heart.
Mummy Makes Fudge!
Information to follow.
Raven Field Archers will be providing “have a go” archery, shooting at roundels and 3D animal targets.
Suitable for (almost) all ages.
Tuition provided by Raven members.
We are very fortunate to have Gilly Bate on our HCSD Committee and heading up this important area of our show.
Gilly has fished on the Southern Chalkstreams for over 20 years and qualified with AAPGAI at advanced level for single handed rods.
Special thankyou to GAIA (Game Angling Instructors Association) and RFDG (Ringwood Fly Dressers Guild) who will be running the fishing lessons and fly tying demos. Their support of our show is key to the success of our Fishing area.
The Fly fishing area will have the Salmon & Trout Conservation Hampshire Branch providing fly casting lessons throughout the day for beginners to more advanced casting techniques. They also have entomology area with fly casting demonstrations and the chance to tie your own fly.
Charles Jardine and Gilly Bate will be demonstrating fly casting in the main arena particularly aimed at women taking up fly fishing.
There are also cane rods, tuition, antique fly fishing equipment and fly fishing advice for anyone fishing in Hampshire throughout the year.
The S&TA are running the casting lesson area for both double handed and single handed rods. Complete novices or experienced for 10 minute lessons. Entomology and fly tying in the tent with ‘have a go’ area..
Fly Odyssey – Angling Adventures in the UK and Global destinations around the world. Information on chalkstream fishing in Hampshire and overseas advice for fly fishing holiday travel with Gilly Bate and Mat McHugh
We are delighted to announce that Olympic Medal Winner Richard Faulds and his team will be running the clay shoot this year – the shoot will run on areas of the Estate not previously used for the Clay Shoot.
FIBRE WAD ONLY
Cartridges available for purchasing on the day
*Please bring along a VALID shotgun certificate
50 Bird Open Sporting Entries 9:30 – 15:30
£25 Entry – RE-entry £20
£100 High Gun
Cartridge Prizes for 1st place in
Ladies, Under 18’s, Veterans 60+, & Side by Side class
Pool Shoot 9:30 onwards
Payout at the end of the day
50 Bird 2 Person Flush
£20 Entry per Team
Have A Go’ Stand
£15 for 10 shots
Richard Faulds 07734 200 280
Lauren Goodman 07470 506 666
All entries on the day
Classes start at 11am
1. Dog with Waggiest Tail
2. Best Veteran (over 10)
3. Best Child Handler
4. Brace – Best matching pair (any sex/breed)
5. Best puppy (under 12 months)
6. Prettiest Bitch
7. Handsomest Dog
8. Scruffiest Dog
9. Best dog trick
10. Best Rescue Dog/Bitch (from any rescue Charity)
£2 per entry per class (non refundable)
1st from each class will go forward to the Championship to be
Judged at 3.30pm approximately
All dogs to be kept on leads unless otherwise requested by judge
The committee accepts no responsibility for loss or damage to person, animal or property however caused.
Please ensure that you clean up after your dog and dispose of it in the bins provided.
We are delighted to welcome this year The Working Clumber Spaniel Society – please come and meet the team at The CA tent.
The Working Clumber Spaniel Society was formed in 1984 by a group of enthusiasts keen to restore the breed to a position of respect in the shooting field. Over 30 years of selective breeding, training and focus has produced the modern working Clumber which now closely resembles the original agile sporting spaniel prized by the Victorian sportsmen for their outstanding scenting abilities and tireless work rate.
Growing to over 400 enthusiastic members, the Society is very active. A packed programme sees field training, working tests, field trials, game fair appearances and some fabulous shooting days. The dedicated work of the Society is now bearing fruit for the breed which is increasingly being seen on shooting fields being worked confidently alongside springer and cocker spaniels.
These events are open to all breeds of gundogs and the general public.
All events are open competitions.
All classes start at 10am and last entries are 2.30pm.
All prizes MUST be collected on the day
£5 per entry or 3 entries for £10. Junior entry £3
Entries taken from 10 am.
Final entries 2.30pm.
Prize giving at 3.15pm approx at entry tent.
All prizes to be collected on day.
Scurry 1 – Over the bales
Scurry 2 – Mark and memory
Scurry 3 – Hunt up.
Rosettes for 1st to 4th in each scurry (open to all)
Rosettes for 1st to 4th – junior handler (under 16) for Scurry 1 (over the bales).
Cup to fastest combined time Scurry 1, 2 and 3 (open to all).
Dog food vouchers kindly sponsored by Skinners to the first three in each Scurry
More info contact Jane Best firstname.lastname@example.org
This year we are pleased to be welcoming a number of packs to the Show for our Hound Parade. There will also be static displays and a chance to talk to the people who work with these hounds who will be more than happy to answer any questions you have throughout the day.
The Hursley Hambledon Hunt
The Hampshire Hunt
The Sandhurst & Aldershot Beagles
The Sealyham Terriers
The amazing , intelligent, brave , funny and loving terriers Sealyhams are returning to our show this year .Once you have a Sealyham in your life you will never want to be without one. Come and see them for yourself! Thankyou Harry & Gail.