British Game Fair Festival ‘Twins’ with Katara’s S’hail 2018

Katara S'hail Exhibition

The British ‘Game Fair Festival’ signed a partnership agreement with Cultural Village Foundation – Katara to cooperate in the field of cultural exchange, including a ‘twinning’ with the International Hunting and Falcons Exhibition, S’hail 2018. Game Fair Festival is the oldest international event that focuses on hunting and falconry.

Katara is taking part in the Game Fair Festival in London next week, from 27 to 29 July, by sponsoring the Falconry Village and as the sole sponsor of ‘The Private Enclosure‘. Likewise, Game Fair will assemble a British Pavilion with ten participating British companies at the second  International Hunting and Falcons Exhibition in Katara. 

Katara, through their participation in Game Fair, aims to strengthen bonds and cooperation with different international cultural organisations and draw in more participants to S’hail 2018.

Abdulaziz Al Sayed, manager of  S’hail exhibition, said that the sponsorship represents S’hail’s commitment to Game Fair as a strategic and long-term partner, that also brings together the UK and Qatar.

We have a five-year vision and look forward to working closely with Game Fair on this sporting and cultural exchange.’

Katara is planning to invite several premium British brands to S’hail exhibition which will include Purdey, Holland and Holland, William and Son, Carl Russel, and Longhorn Guns.

This year’s edition of S’hail exhibition will have many new activities such as lectures on falconry skills and how to breed falcons, in addition to a dedicated area for falconry and hunting handicrafts.

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