Welsh Game Fair – 25% off entry fee for anglers!

Calling all angling adventure seekers and fishing enthusiasts! Get ready to immerse yourself in a captivating celebration of Welsh culture, tradition, and the great outdoors at the Welsh Game Fair, set to take place just outside the city of Bangor, North Wales on September 9th and 10th at the picturesque Vaynol Estate.

Natural Resources Wales are sponsoring the Fishing Village at this year’s Welsh Game Fair, and there’s some amazing news for rod licence holders in Wales and England, who can get 25 percent off their one-day entry tickets for this fantastic event.

The Fishing Village will feature a range of activities including casting competitions, advice from celebrity anglers, fly-tying, coracles and much, much more!

To claim your 25% discount simply visit the Game Fair website at www.welshgamefair.org and enter the code NRW23 when purchasing your tickets*

‘Fishing in Wales’ will be in attendance at the Welsh Game Fair, along with expert sea trout angler Alun Rees, who is helping to man the stand with Natural Resources Wales fisheries staff. The stand will be located in the fishing village. Come and see us to learn more about angling opportunities in Wales!

Below: A few images from last years event

*Discount code T&C

• Not in conjunction with any other offer
• No cash alternative
• Not transferable, strictly for rod licence holders only
• Only available while stocks last
• Proof of rod licence may be sought at the entrance



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