The Game Fair announces membership of luxury sector body Walpole

The Game Fair, one of England’s most celebrated countryside events, has taken its seat alongside brands including Claridge’s, McLaren, Mulberry, Purdey and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars as a member of Walpole, the official sector body for UK luxury. The Game Fair, which already has established partnerships with the likes of LAPADA, Gleneagles and Bentley, will now strengthen its ties with the sector whilst maintaining its vital links with countryside stakeholder groups. The Game Fair is an annual gathering for people passionate about countryside pursuits, and the great British countryside in all its glory, and returns to Ragley Hall in Warwickshire this July.

With a membership list of over 270 of Britain’s most prestigious luxury businesses including Burberry, Church’s and Boodles, Walpole is dedicated to promoting, protecting and developing British luxury, a sector worth £48 billion a year to the UK economy.

The announcement of Walpole membership reinforces The Game Fair’s position as a leader in its field and demonstrates the strength and continued growth of the brand. Walpole gives brands access to its exclusive events and facilitates introductions to key contacts at other member brands for exceptional luxury sector networking and all Walpole members will be welcome at The Game Fair.

The Game Fair Ltd managing director James Gower commented:

“I am absolutely delighted to share the news that The Game Fair is now a member of Walpole.  This membership is great recognition of The Game Fair place on the world stage as a social celebration for more than six decades. It makes me incredibly proud to see The Game Fair listed alongside so many iconic British brands and I’m looking forward to collaborating with other Walpole members to ensure the success of the event for the next 60 years.”

Helen Brocklebank, Chief Executive, Walpole added:

“It’s my pleasure to welcome The Game Fair to the membership and we look forward to enabling them to make the new connections they need to take the event to the next level. Anyone with a passion for the outdoors is guaranteed to be delighted by a visit to The Game Fair, from falconry displays and gundogs in the main arena, fishing, shooting and excellent food and drink, it brings together the very best the British countryside has to offer.”

The Game Fair 2022 takes place at Ragley Hall in Warwickshire from 29 – 31 July and is set to be bigger and better than ever before. Tickets are on sale now and members of the British Association of Shooting and Conservation are eligible for complimentary entry across the three days of the show.

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