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Town and Country

Sunday 26th August 2001, 10:00 AM, at NAC Stoneleigh

Warwick Club has reserved 116 tickets for Town and Country at NAC Stoneleigh.

Tickets are 5.00 (1.50 for children) for Warwick Club members, their spouse/partner, and dependent children under 18. Tickets may also be purchased at cost for guests (subject to availability of places) for 8.00 (3.00 for children) . Full price for these tickets would normally be 9.00 (4.00 for children) .

Please contact the organiser, Hilary Templar, for tickets. Please remember to give your personnel/retiree number, and state how many tickets you would like, and who each ticket which you request at member price is for, their age and relationship to you. Arranged arround four worlds this show provides a fun day out for all the family. Leisure & Shopping World features for 2001: Browse through the large Craft Hall with many traditional & contemporary gifts rocking horses, patchwork quilts, original paintings, potters, glassware, hand tailored clothes and wooden children’s toys, to name but a few. You can also find amazing bargains amongst the 60 antique exhibitors in the Antiques Hall. Feel your taste buds melt in the Food Hall with a large array of exquisite foods crumbly cookies, frozen yoghurts, refreshing ginger beer, organic meat, sea food & much more. Create the home of your dreams with expertise from exhibitors in the Home Ideas Hall. You’ll find bespoke furniture, practical butchers blocks & incredibly comfortable beds in this busy Hall. Go wild with the roadshows from well known companies such as One 2 One, Warburtons, Timberland, Ernest & Julio Gallo, Jordans Cereals, Loyd Grossman’s Orginal Recipies, Vodaphone, Proton Cars, Spirit Volkswagen & many more. Visit the outdoor stands selling everything from mobile phones, hot spas, plants, country clothing, bikes & hats to luxurious leather wear. Hobbies & Collectibles Check out the amazing range of model builders - miniature trains, planes & automobiles. There will also be bonsai trees, flower displays, art & photographic exhibitions. New for 2001, a leather making & lace knitting demonstration. Live World Grand Ring Watch the non-stop excitement all weekend with the Pirelli Wheelie Truck performing daring stunts, the Royal Signals Motorcycle Display Team; the White Helmets & the amazing Escapologist, who will be hanging on a burning rope from a 90ft crane. The Grand Ring is packed with tonnes of live entertainment throughout the Festival, definitely not something to be missed! Children’s World Join in with the birthday celebrations on Children’s Day - Sat 25th August. Children can enter competitions & win prizes, bounce around the Tiny Tikes play area, watch jugglers, stilt walkers & clowns, shout along with Punch & Judy, go wild on the bouncy castle & trampolines, take home a balloon sculpture & meet famous faces from Carlton TV the fun is endless! Animals See Countryside World Music Meet your favourite DJ’s at the Kix’96 + Mercia FM stage & relax listening to live music and bands all weekend. Get involved in the Action! Have a go at reading the weather with Carlton TV, climb, abseil & zip line for charity, cheer your favourite team in the football tournament & National Tug of War Finals, have a ride on the Echills Wood Railway and scream with excitement at the funfair. You can take a ride in a helicopter over Shakespeare’s country or fly one of the professional helicopter units. Motor World - features for 2001: This is an ideal world for all motoring enthusiasts. There will be over 50 motoring clubs involved this year & over 400 cars taking part in the Concours d’Elegance. Have a go on the 4x4 off road track, celebrate 30 years of the Jensen owners club & get lost in the camouflage of military tanks, lorries & bikes. Visit the Imagineering Fair & feast your eyes on the brand new baby Jaguar, have your photo taken in a Formula 3 car with the driver, let the mechanics answer all your engineering questions & design a car that will be laser cut on to paper in seconds! Countryside World - features for 2001: Food, Drink & Cooking Food is a large feature at this years Town & Country Festival. We have a real working bakery, a fantastic farmers market packed with local produce, an open-air wine bar, cookery demonstrations galore and an entire hall devoted to British speciality foods. With an endless supply of temptations, we guarantee there will be flavours to tickle every taste bud in the Food Hall! Animals There will be pets galore at the Festival this year, to name a few - rabbits, cats, tortoises, hamsters, ferrets, reptiles and chinchillas! Watch the high speed Mounted Games Championships, learn how to keep bees, see the spectacular birds of prey displays and groove with the dancing dogs Paws ‘n’ Music!

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