The Stalking Show

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Date(s)

09/04/2022 - 10/04/2022

Time

All Day


Location: Staffordshire County Showground

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The Stalking Show

The Stalking Show is a unique event not only for those who hunt & stalk but to those who have a passion for the great outdoors. The main priority of the Stalking show is to bring ladies & gents of all ages with similar interests together under one roof to enjoy the first dedicated event of this magnitude to the UK.

Set over two days, see everything from big brand trade displays of the latest gear and accessories such as Swarovski, Zeiss, Lieca, Tomas Jacks, Highland Outdoors, Harkila, Raytrade, Ruag, Yorkshire Field Sports Etc, talks by our top presenters, hunting and tracking dog demonstrations, chefs cooking Venison & game from field to fork, butchery, Taxidermy, hunting safaris, Quads Trucks & Trailers, Highland Garron ponies. Organisations such as BASC – BDS – UKDTR – DTS Services.

Venue: Staffordshire County Showground, Weston Road, Stafford, ST18 0BD

The show is set to take place on Sat 9th and Sun 10th of April 2022. The Stalking Show will be predominantly held indoor within the five impressive exhibition halls including the renowned Bingley Hall. There are also 100s of acres of outdoor space including free parking for visitors.

Tickets are already available. £12 per adult, Children under 16 years – £5  (under 6 years free)

Tickets purchased online via www.thestalkingshow.co.uk will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win a stalking holiday for two in the breathtaking highlands of Argyll staying in the renowned Coylet Inn (Est 1650) on the banks of Loch Eck.

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