New home for Northern Ireland CountrySports Fair!

Pictured at the announcement of the Northern Ireland CountrySports Fair at Scarvagh House is AJ Mills from Scarva and Ralph the Owl. The fair will take place 6th-7th June 2015 and will feature top country sports competitions as well as family-centric activities.'�Edward Byrne Photography

Pictured at the announcement of the Northern Ireland CountrySports Fair at Scarvagh House is AJ Mills from Scarva and Ralph the Owl. The fair will take place 6th-7th June 2015 and will feature top country sports competitions as well as family-centric activities.'�Edward Byrne Photography

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The Northern Ireland CountrySports Fair is ‘swooping’ into action this year at its new residence in the heart of County Armagh.

The event (which is managed by Derek Lutton, former Event Director for the Moira Game Fair) will come to ‘permanent roost’ in the historic 340 acre demesne of Scarvagh House, Banbridge (6th – 7th June 2015).

The Fair is a two day extravaganza celebrating the top country sports and country pursuits which are thriving throughout Ireland – from gun dog tests and archery to clay pigeon shooting and angling.

The family-orientated event also aims to educate and entertain: a range of Main Arena attractions and teams of fully trained countrysports experts will ensure a strong focus on the rich heritage and traditions which are embedded in country life.

For further information on the event please visit www.countrysportsfairs.com. Find them on Facebook at facebook.com/countrysportsfairs or on Twitter at @CSFairs.