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If you are just going for the lurcher and terrier show and there is a reduced entry fee thats ok, I went last year and apart from the dog show it was piss poor, all food stalls and not much else, I wont be going this year or again unless someone tells me it has improved and worth the entry fee, £13 i think it was last year, I dont mind paying but hate being robbed, £5 would have been enough for last years effort.

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lowthers £15 this year.. :blink:



I would not pay it.. Time two of you go and have a drink and a bit to eat with petrol on top.. Its mounting up..


Would rather put that money in the tank and go chapping for permission..


Sure it would be much more productive than stood around saying nice dog mate.


Then in the winter folk complain about having no rabbits and permission crazy..




I don't know if it was because when your a younger everything is great but last few times I went to lowther it weren't that good..


I aint knocking them little club shows they are what they are and don't cost the earth but the so called "game Fairs" just seem like a wallet raping..


You wont catch me there anyway :laugh:

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the dog show was top notch last year and with a reduced fee the rest of the show was very poor seen beter car boot sales . its dogs on sunday only and its not the same crew running it . ill would give it a miss been passed today defo wont be going

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