The East of England Championship Dog Show, to be held 15-17 July, is one of the biggest and most popular in the dog showing calendar. Attracting 10,000 entries, it is the perfect showcase for many of the top breeders across the country.
Exhibitors at the East of England Championship Dog Show this year will enjoy the extensive benefits of a major programme of improvement and renewal at the East of England Showground. The majority of benching will be accommodated in newly refurbished buildings, with the judging rings under the cover of a large clear span pavilion.
New for 2003 is the introduction of a major covered exhibitor food and drink area alongside the judging rings.
Chief Executive Andrew Mercer said "We recognise that increasing entry fees year after year is unfair to exhibitors, and are determined to offer excellent value by making the best use of our facilities. We have invested in the showgrounds infrastructure, including toilets, roads, buildings and fencing the all important base for a successful Show. Many exhibitors have applauded the relaxed and happy atmosphere of our Championship Dog Show, and we look forward to meeting them again this year."
Spectators will have plenty to see with over 125 breeds featuring at the Show, discover the wide variety of canine related trade stands with everything you need for a perfect pet.
Tickets are priced £3 adults; £2 OAPs and £1 for Children aged 5-16. Car Parking is Free.