The Interactive Zone at Belton is back for the third year, encompassing even more things to see and do than last year. Situated in the main tradestand shopping village the Interactive Zone boasts things from arts to willow weaving to meeting the South Nottinghamshire Hounds. Bring the whole family to enjoy these original offerings!
Further demonstrations will be added when they’re confirmed!
Jerry Green Fun Dog Show
Jerry Green Dog Rescue are joining us once again to host our very popular dog show. Jerry Green have been rescuing and re-homing dogs in Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire since 1961 and are successfully raising the profile of the charitable work they do year on year. Jerry Green will also have a tradestand please visit them and find out more about the work they do!
Have – A – Go Dog Agility
Hosted by Agility Antics
Agility Antics are joining us over the weekend at Belton and putting on agility displays with their dogs. There will also be plenty of opportunity to bring your own pooch and test your skills on the course. Dog Agility is one of the fastest growing dog sports in the UK, for all breeds of dog and all ages of handlers. Members from Agility Antics will be on-hand to help you out and answer any questions no need to be a member, just find them in the Interactive Zone and have some fun!
Simon Whitehead will be joining us along with the Pakefield Ferrets. Visit Simon and his ferrets in the Interactive Zone for an up close and personal look at the world of ferrets.
The Pakefield Ferrets will also be performing some displays in the arena where you can see them work their magic!
Your4legs service encompasses rider assessments, massage and anatomy courses and complimentary therapies. Stef Watts uses high speed video and Quintic Sports Consultancy software to assess and help improve the riders symmetry. Interactive workshops and courses include, equine massage for horse owners, equine anatomy for horse owners and a new course – canine anatomy for dog owners.
South Nottinghamshire Hounds
The South Notts country was hunted as far back as 1677 by the Earl of Lincoln. In 1775 it was hunted by John Musters, the great-grandfather of John Chaworth-Musters, and in 1860 Mr. John Chaworth-Musters re-established the hunt.
The Kennels are situated at Epperstone in Nottinghamshire where some 25 couple of hounds are kept.