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Vale of Rydal Sheepdog Trials and Hound Show

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Held in the spectacular setting of Rydal Park, by kind permission of Mr Richard Le Fleming. The Park is approximately a mile north of Ambleside in Cumbria - The Lake District. The Show is steeped in traditional but with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. The programme of events are:

From 9am throughout the day - The Rydal Class Novice Sheepdog Trials, The Le Fleming Stakes Advanced Sheepdog Trials, Show of Coniston Foxhounds, Beagle Show, Harrier Show, Fell Foxhound Show, Shepherds Crooks and Sticks, Working Terrier Show, Open Hound Trail, Gun Dog Demonstration, Puppy Hound Trail, Dog Dash, Open restricted Hound, Trail.

Spectators are welcome at all events. Admission to the Show is adults £5.00 and Children £1.50 and car parking is free or there is a bus stop at the entrance to the Show on the 555 bus route. Rydal Show has over 20 Trade stands for some country life shopping from clothing and accessories to art and displays. There is full catering using local produce from a seated catering tent to sandwiches, cakes, Cumberland sausage and burgers to go. There is also a licensed bar open from 11.00am-7.00pm.

Show Secretary: Mrs Sarah Hoggarth, 40 Guldrey Lane, Sedbergh, Cumbria 01539 21413 or 07980622253.

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