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2021 Sheep fair is back! 

You'll see the flyers around the village, keep up to date with what's happening on facebook www.facebook.com/sheepfair and other social media. 

Starting this year with live music on Saturday 2nd October in the Market place 7pm onwards .... see home page for more information! 

Stamford Mercury publishes online article 'Special weekend for the 777th Corby Glen Sheep Fair'

Neil Manning   30 September 2015

Village Link - Corby Glen 'ewe-phoric' at return of sheep to hostoric Fair

Neil Manning   September 2015

 

The September issue of  Village Link heralds the return of sheep to sheep fair

The Link - Corby Glen 'ewe-phoric' at return of sheep'

Neil Manning   August 2015

 

The Link announces the return of sheep trading to the 777th sheep fair.  

 

 

 

 
Bourne Local - Sheep to return for 777th Corby Glen fair

Neil Manning 31st July 2015

 

One of England’s oldest village fairs is set to return this autumn - and this time visitors can even expect to see some sheep.  Corby Glen Sheep Fair will take place for the 777th time on Monday, October 4.

 

 

Stamford Mercury announces return of sheep to 777th Sheep Fair

Neil Manning July 2015

 

Corby Glen 'ewe-phoric' at return of sheep to historic Fair

Neil Manning       July 2015

 

Corby Glen Sheep Fair, the oldest of its kind in England, is set to welcome the return of sheep to the 777th Event's auction on Monday 5th October.

 

Sheep Fair Committee calls on local people to support Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance

Neil Manning      March 2015

 

The Corby Glen Sheep Fair Committee has called on local people to join them in supporting The Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance (LNAACT).

 

The Committee is pleased to announce that the clay pigeon shoot at the 2014 Sheep Fair Event raised £500 for the LNAACT but wants to get more people involved and donating to a service that saves many lives in the region every year.