Deepdale Dog Show
part of the Deepdale Outdoor & Wildlife Festival
Sunday 21st April 2013
We look forward to welcoming you and your canine friends to Deepdale Backpackers & Camping on Sunday 21stApril for the Deepdale Dog Show, part of the Deepdale Outdoor & Wildlife Festival, a weekend of all things outdoors & wildlife on the North Norfolk Coast.
The Deepdale Backpackers & Camping and Animal Magic Dog Club teams will be hosting a Dog Show open to all comers and their canine friends. Bring your dogs and see whether they can win one of these awards:
– Prettiest Girl
– Handsomest Boy
– Most Appealing Eyes
– Dog the Judges Would Like to Take Home
– Best Family – More than one dog in the household
– Most Appealing Expression
– Film Star
– Best in Show
There will be a small charge for entering the Dog Show competition, which will go towards supporting the Animal Magic Dog Club. We look forward to meeting your dogs.
During the weekend, there will be many other stands, entertainment and activities inspired by the outdoors & wildlife of the beautiful North Norfolk Coast –Walking, cycling, birding, wildlife watching, kiting, watersports, climbing wall, archery, dog agility, dog show, orienteering, guided walks …
Of course the regular shops and Deepdale Café at Dalegate Market will be open throughout the weekend, as they are all year. They will be joined by stalls offering a huge range of outdoor & wildlife related goodies.
How to Find Deepdale Outdoor & Wildlife Festival
Deepdale Outdoor & Wildlife Festival is held at Dalegate Market in Burnham Deepdale on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast. The site is on the main A149 coast road, approximately half way between Hunstanton and Wells-next-the-Sea, just over the hill from Burnham Market. Click here for map
The Coasthopper bus service (run by Norfolk Green) stops right outside Dalegate Market and is an excellent way to reach the Deepdale Outdoor & Wildlife Festival. The bus service runs throughout the weekend and connects with other bus and rail services at Kings Lynn, Hunstanton, Sheringham and Cromer. For timetables and other information please visit – www.coasthopper.co.uk