Hatton Country Fair hits 40

Huskies who were found new homes by the Dogs' Trust
Huskies who were found new homes by the Dogs' Trust

This year’s Hatton Country Fairplus Dog Show at the end of the month will be bigger than ever to mark the event’s 40th anniversary

Hatton Joint Organisations is a group of seven local charities including The Royal British Legion Ladies Section, Hatton and Haseley Church, Hatton Brownies, Ferncumbe Youth Club, Hatton Village Hall, Shrewley Village Hall and Hatton Park Residents’ Association.

The charity was formed 40 years ago with the aim of raising money - and at least one member of the first committee is still 
involved.

The show will take place on Sunday May 31 between 11am-4pm. And to celebrate its 40th anniversary, the show will have more attractions and displays as well as the usual stalls, with tombola, plants, books, refreshments and ice cream.

The folowing attractions will be there: The companion dog show with pedigree and novelty classes, an agility dog display, the beagles display, the Coventry Festival Band, The Bastet Bellydancers, Plum Jerkin Morris Men, egg throwing, vintage cars, motorbikes and tractors, The Beekeepers Association, The Cat’s Protection, The Dog’s Trust, The Guide Dogs, The Retired Greyhound Trust, Fat Fluffs(rabbits), The Heart of England Ferret Association, the police dogs, the air ambulance, art displays from the children of Ferncumbe School and the Hatton Brownies, 40 years of Hatton Joint Organisations display, children’s games and maybe a tug of war competition a beer tent and a riding for the disabled stand.

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