A THREE day festival at Ragley Hall is set to showcase the best of the British countryside and is expected to attract as many visitors as Glastonbury,

The Game Fair is set to take place from Friday, July 28 to Sunday, July 30 and is celebrating its 65th anniversary, making it the longest-running game fair in Britain.

It is also the largest game fair in Britain - attracting almost as many visitors as Glastonbury - on average 120,000 people. 

This year, TV chef James Martin, JLS singer JB Gill, former F1 boss Ross Brawn, actor Jim Murray and comedian Paul Whitehouse will be making appearances at the festival.

Visitors can have a go at several activities including archery, fishing, airgun shooting, clay shooting, gundog handling, mini–Land Rovers, and take a ride on the big wheel with views of the entire site. 

There will also be more than 1,000 stands including independent retailers and artisans, new product launches and big country brands.