Biffa plc is a waste management company headquartered in High Wycombe, England. It provides collection, landfill, recycling and special waste services to local authorities and industrial and commercial clients in the United Kingdom. As of 2017, it was the UK’s second-largest waste-management company.


The Atlantic Salmon Trust is a registered charity based in Perth, Scotland, with a mission to restore wild Atlantic salmon populations, and this years official charitable fishing partner.

Through their ambitious research projects and partnership with the wider Missing Salmon Alliance, they aim to gather the vital evidence policymakers need, and to inspire urgent management action.

Numbers of wild Atlantic salmon have declined by 70% in the last 25 years, and we face the prospect that they could become an endangered species in the near future, disappearing from Britain’s seas and rivers altogether.

With both passionate anglers and plenty of people who care deeply about the UK’s natural resources visiting all three game fairs, this partnership will help to highlight the vital work being done by the Atlantic Salmon Trust to restore this iconic species and to inspire more people to support them.

Fairfax & Favor


Established in Norfolk and staying true to its country roots Fairfax and Favor has grown into a multi-award-winning brand at the very forefront of British Luxury Fashion.

Fairfax and Favor have become renowned for their timeless and elegant pieces that are designed with both the town and country in mind. Specialising in luxury footwear and accessories the brand’s ever-growing collection is not only inspired by town and country living, but it is also influenced by equestrian style.

With a collection that is uniquely designed to suit both a person with a passion for style or a person that is seeking adventure, Fairfax and Favor hope to fulfil anybody’s needs at this year’s Game Fair.



From it’s inception in the early 1970’s LAPADA’s membership has grown significantly, now boasting 550 professional art and antique dealers in the UK, and currently 50 international members. As LAPADA members, each one adheres to the Association’s strict Code of Practice and every item is vetted by a specialist vetting committee. This ensures the authenticity and quality of each and every item and allows consumers to buy with confidence, with items ranging in price from £500 to £500,000.

Gundog Journal



Britain’s only dedicated publication for anyone working, owning or with an interest in gundogs. A bi-monthly journal of collectible quality and a true celebration of man’s best friend in the field.

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