Opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10.30AM to 5PM & Bank Holidays

Dog Show 2018

Join us for our 3rd annual Dog Show on the 2nd September 2018!

Event Opens at 10.30am

A great Free Family event with great dog friendly stalls, games and competitions!

There will be a lot of fun for all four legged and two legged visitors including an Obstacle Course, Fastest Recall, Water Retrieve, Gun Dog Scurry PLUS Bonanza 15 Class Novelty Show

Judging Starts at 12.30pm

Dog show categories will be as follows:

Section 1 – 12.30pm Start

Cheeky Youngster (6 months – 1 year)
Most handsome man (canines only!)
Prettiest lady (canines only!)
Older Friends (10 years and over)
Love at last (rescue)

Section 2 – 2pm  (approximate section start time)

Two of a kind
Two that’s different (Brace Irish)
Best Terrier
Waggiest Tail
Junior Handler

Section 3 – 3.30 pm (approximate section start time)

Dog most like its owner
Good Condition (Shiniest Coat)
Best party trick
Biscuit Catcher
Best in Show

Stalls include Dry Si the cartoonist, Friends of Many Tears Animal Rescue, The Catherine Gallery, dog portrait artist, Vets 4 Pets and more…

 

  • Start Date: 02 Sep 18
  • End Date: 02 Sep 18
  • Please note: tickets purchased from us are non refundable.

Gilbert Whites House

Gilbert White was aged 7 or 8 when the White family moved from the Vicarage on Selborne’s Plestor, to this house, called ‘The Wakes’ (named after the Wake family who had lived here previously). At that time the property would have been no more than a ‘two up, two down’  but over the subsequent years lots of extensions and additions have been made, creating the long sizeable house you see today.

The rooms have been restored following descriptions in White’s own correspondence and include a chair he used at Oriel College, Oxford (loaned from the College), items of contemporary furniture, family portraits and bed hangings embroidered for him by his aunts.

On display is the original manuscript of his book, The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, which was purchased with generous help from English Heritage and others.

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