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When: 3rd to 5th July 2020

Opening Times:
Friday 2nd October: 9.30am – 5pm
Saturday 3rd October: 9.30am – 5pm
Sunday 4th October: 9.30am – 5pm

Are children allowed at the show?
All ages are welcome at the Fair. An array of family -friendly activities will be held across the weekend including storytelling, ceramic workshops, quiz games, competitions and much more.

Can I bring my dog?
All dogs are welcome. Dogs are welcome at the Fair and if you would like to leave your dog for a while in safe surroundings, please make use of our dog creche located at the Main Entrance. Use of the creche is free but a donation is much appreciated. Dog bags are available around the site too.

Can I park?
Yes. Car parking is £5.00 on the day and free for GWCT Members

Can I pre-book parking?
Gold car parking can be pre-booked on-line for £12.00 per day.

Is there disabled parking?
Yes, there is a dedicated parking area for people with disabilities that is close to the entrance to the Fair. We ask for blue badges to be displayed upon arrival so that our stewards can direct you to the disabled car park.

Can I book a mobility scooter?
Yes. Event Mobility is delighted to be providing electric scooters and manual wheelchairs for the use of disabled, elderly and mobility impaired visitors at the show.

To reserve an electric scooter or manual wheelchair you can book on line at www.eventmobility.org.uk, print out an advance booking form from the website or contact the office on 01386 725391 to request a form to be posted to you.

Disabled Ticketing Policy
The GWCT Scottish Game Fair is pleased to operate a scheme to provide one complimentary entry ticket for any adult unable to attend the Fair unaided.

Supporting Documentation:
The GWCT Scottish Game Fair is pleased to operate a scheme to provide one complimentary entry ticket for any adult unable to attend the Fair unaided. We are afraid it does not extend to children as they must be accompanied by an adult to attend the Fair.

Supporting Documentation:
All free Carer/Personal Assistant tickets require evidence of supporting documentation. This is mandatory in order for the Carer/Personal Assistant ticket to be issued. Please bring along a copy of one of the below relevant documents:
Middle or Higher Rate DLA for care and/or mobility
Receipt of personal independence payment (PIP)
Evidence of being severely sight impaired
Recognised assistance dog ID card


If you require a free Carer/Personal Assistant ticket in order to attend the Fair please purchase a standard ticket at the relevant price in advance. Please make your way to the Fair and come to the ticket office adjacent to the entrance where your Carer/PA ticket will be issued and you will have fast track entry. Please do not queue at the on-day sales points as they are not able to issue the free Carer/Personal Assistant ticket.

Is the site wheelchair friendly?
It is a grass site with some tracks, most areas are wheelchair accessible.

Is there a shop and drop facility?
Yes, located near the Main Ring visitors can leave their shopping while they enjoy the Fair, for a small donation towards Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance.

Can I get a programme?
Yes. Programmes are available to buy at the Fair for £5.00 or in advance for £4.00

Is there food on site?
Yes, there are so many fantastic places to eat and drink all around the Fair. You can enjoy everything from a three course sit down meal to a hot coffee and cake.

Can I bring a picnic? Can this include alcohol?
Yes, you are welcome to bring along your own food and drink to the Fair. There are dedicated picnic areas across the Fair site.

Can we book accommodation?
For hotel accommodation, contact VisitScotland, Perth, tel: 01738 450600 or visit https://www.visitscotland.com/accommodation/
For Scone Caravan Site, tel: 01738 552323

Do you offer Camping?
A small camping area is available close to the entrance of the Fair. Pitches are 9m x 9m and the camping area has access to toilets and water but no electricity or showers. The cost per pitch is £45.00 and must be pre-booked online.

Is their First Aid onsite?
Yes, in the centre of the site just off the Main Ring on Partridge Row.

Is there any other memberships or services?
Visitors can become Members of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust while at the Fair.

How do I get there?
By Road:

Road signs directing traffic to the Scottish Game Fair will be placed on all major Trunk Roads leading to Perth and visitors are kindly asked to follow the directions given on these signs which will result is less traffic congestion in Perth itself.

By Train:
Regular service from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee to Perth – for timetable information contact National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950 or visit www.thetrainline.com

Is there a Shuttle Bus service?
Unfortunately there will be no shuttle bus service operating for the Fair this year.