We wasn't sure exactly what to expect, but we'd had a look on their website and it sounded like a fun day out, so we hired a car for the day to go.
First of all, we saw the protector dogs. There was a display showing how they catch the bad guys and also how they stop a bad guy getting something that is not theirs. It was very interesting. I don't think I'd fancy being the person who has the dog attack them though - even if you do get to wear protective armour!!
Then we spotted the ferret racing - that is very funny. Everyone could "bet" on the winner for 50p a ticket and if they won, they got £1 back. David and Tisha both had a go on the first race, neither of them win though :P The ferrets are funny, sometimes they'd whizz of and you'd be sure one of them had won and then suddenly they'd turn around and run back to the start. They're very funny little creatures! They had a second race too and David & Tisha bet on them again, David lost, but Tisha picked the winner! Ferret racing is both funny and bizarre!
Next we went to see the hamsters - I was very, very tempted to buy one to take home!
We then went of for a coffee, well me & Paul did - the kids had milkshakes and David had a cookie and Tisha had a red velvet cupcake.
Next, the kids had a go at paintballing, they had loads of fun and actually did really well - they both got a certificate at the end!
We then went off for dinner. It was a late dinner as it was gone 3pm! I had a fajita from the Old El Paso stall, Paul had a vegetarian noodle box, Latisha and David both had a huge hot dog each! I was really annoyed though as later in the day, I spotted a food van in a different part that sold hog roast which I really wanted to try or maybe even a pulled pork burger :(
We then wandered to look at more of the shops and stalls. I ended up buying this lovely own shaped candle (which I will never burn!) and a beautiful metal owl too. As you may already know, I am rather obsessed with owls!
Then we saw some people getting pulled along on skateboards/wakeboards (not sure which, if either!), by people on horses - very, very odd, but fun!