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Crail festival

2017

19 - 29 July

SUNDAY 23 JULY

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Throughout

Archery

Are you game to practise your Robin Hood skills? A first for Crail Festival. Come along for a fun session of archery in the dramatic castle grounds of Crail House. Your host, Steve Brazendale, will teach you how to choose your bow, correct technique and aim at the target.  Groups of four will be given a 15 minute slot to take part in one of the UK’s ancient sports. This is a great way to enjoy Scotland's outdoors and try something new. Why not combine archery and falconry to make this a truly unforgettable day?

Minimum age 7yrs.  All equipment provided


Castle Grounds

11.00am/11.20am/11.40am/12.00noon/

12.20pm/12.40pm

Tickets £3

Falconry


Falconry is a unique bird of prey experience that allows you to engage with Scotland's cultural, social and natural history through a hands-on session with a stunning collection of raptors. Your host, Steven Brazendale, a falconer for almost thirty years, will share his expertise to introduce you to some of Scotland's most iconic birds of prey, combining tradition and nature and ensuring you’ll have a most entertaining and absorbing afternoon. Fulfil your day with combining archery and falconry, you will not be disappointed.


Castle Grounds


Static Display ~ 11.30am

Flying Display ~ 2.30pm


Tickets £5.00


www.inspiredfalconry.com







Trio Ecossaise


Formed in 2001 for a concert in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 'Trio Ecossaise' has performed extensively, including a six concert tour of Argyll & Bute, a recital for Glasgow University Music Department and charity performances.   More..


Holy Trinity Church


7.30pm


Tickets £12.00 (accompanied children free)


www.trioecossaise.com