5th Concours Internationale d’ Attelage de tradition
24th & 25th August 2019
A sociable three phase skills competition for traditionally built carriages
to take place in Euston Park
Saturday afternoon: Standing presentation
Sunday morning: Routier (drive with skills)
Sunday afternoon: Maniabilite (cones)
4pm: Prize Giving and Final Parade
Event Secretary and Contact:
Eunice Binder 01473 830 326
EAST ANGLIAN GAME & COUNTRY FAIR
25th and 26th of April 2020
The show offers action-packed entertainment with Main Arena demonstrations, forestry village, an array of pet and working dog demos and competitions, a 'have a go' and competition clay shoot, horse pen demos with a horse behaviourist, mouth-watering food on offer in the food hall and local celebrity chefs demonstrating their cooking skills in the cookery theatre. If shopping is your thing, there will be over 300 trade stands offering everything from shooting products to new cars.
For more info, please visit www.ukgamefair.co.uk or call one of the team in the Game Fair office 01263 735828.
RED ROOSTER Music Festival
28th May to 31st may 2020
Join us for a whisky sippin', guitar strummin', banjo pickin', rib suckin', weekend of Southern Blues and Country in the heart of Suffolk County.
For the very finest R 'n B, Americana, Blues, Soul, Roots and Country, with high quality food and loads of style, Red Rooster succeeds in recreating the deep South in beautiful Suffolk again in 2020.
Watch highlights from last year’s Festival here: https://youtu.be/H70HYqHPIyY
Euston RURAL PASTIMES
7th June 2020
Now in its 29th year, Rural Pastimes continues to be a highlight of the Euston calendar. This ever popular celebration of rural pursuits and agriculture offers something for the whole family and is a brilliant day out. Visitors can enjoy a variety of craft and food stalls and wonderful exhibitions of steam-machinery, horse-driven carriages, livestock and dogs.
Rural Pastimes raises money for a variety of charities and good causes, including St. Nicholas Hospice Care. In 2018, the event raised £70K for local charities and since its inception, over £600K has been raised for good causes.