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Countryman’s Walk

We will be updating this page for 2017 in the New Year

CJs Birds of Prey and Countryman‘s Ring • Mick Dadd Traditional Net Maker • Derbyshire Police Wildlife Crime Unit • C B Leather • National Trust • Derbyshire Wildlife Trust • Moorland Sticks • Greenwood Days ~ World-champion pole-lathe turner • Dry Stone Walling Association • Rare Breeds Survival Trust - Peak District Support Group • Historical Breechloading Smallarms Association - Northern Branch • Maggie Cooper Baskets • Guide Dogs for the Blind Association • 1st Tupton Scout Group • Canine Partners ~ transforming the lives of people living with disabilities • Derbyshire Beekeepers Association • Simon Fowler Wattle-hurdle making demonstrations • The Artisan Honey Company • Arraslea Shires ~ traditional horseshoe making demonstrations • Falconry Experiences supporting British Falconry Eagle Group • Chatsworth Farmyard and Adventure Playground • Mounted Games Association of Great Britain Ltd • Threshing machine • Ernest Wilson Sticks

Traditional country skills are celebrated at the Country Fair with demonstrations from the country‘s leading craftsmen and women. Watch as the Derbyshire Dry Stone Walling Association ‘double-dyke’ and ‘chip and stone’, learn about bee-keeping with The Derbyshire Beekeeping Association and the Artisan Honey Company or get up close and personal with the magnificent birds of prey on display With CJs Birds of Prey and the British Falconry Association. The exhibitors are always happy to share their knowledge and experiences, so go down and support these crafts which have often evolved over hundreds of years.

Members of the Dry Stone Walling Association all leaning on the wall they have built
Loading the Threshing Machine at Chatsworth Country Fair