The fair which is expected to attract thousands of people from
all over the region takes place on Sunday 18 May, with a host of
attractions to entertain all members of the family.
Students who study at the land-based campus will be showcasing
the skills they have learnt on their courses, such as tree
climbing, hanging basket demonstrations and dog grooming.
Visitors will have the opportunity to get involved with one of
the many have-a-go activities which include dog agility, clay
pigeon shooting and gardening quizzes.
There will be lots of stalls offering a varied range of handmade
gifts, authentic crafts and tasty food from around the region. For
the children there will be animal displays, face painting and
Members of the public will also be able to find out about the
courses, training and Apprenticeships on offer at the Kirkley Hall
Gates will be open from 10am to 4pm. Entry costs £3 per person
which includes entry to Kirkley Hall Zoological Gardens, where
members of the public can see over 130 species of animals from all
over the world.
For more information about the Countryside Fair visit www.kirkleyhallzoo.co.uk
call 01670 841 235 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on courses visit www.northumberland.ac.uk/kirkley