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Get In To Crufts Online -

15 years ago

12th February, 2007 00h00

Take a look at what makes Crufts the world’s greatest dog show, by visiting the new website Crufts has always been big, but this year, from the 8th – 11th March at the NEC in Birmingham, Crufts will be bursting at the seams! There is so much to see and experience at Crufts, which is organised by the Kennel Club and supported by Pedigree, and the website offers a fantastic up to the minute source of information for visitors and exhibitors, who can use it to plan their trip more easily, and make the most of their Crufts experience. includes information on how to buy tickets, travel and show discounts, what’s on, how to get there and a lot more besides, including a gallery to watch footage from previous years. The NEC Arena is an exciting additional space that is being used for the first time by Crufts, and will hold not only the Best in Show competition but also showcase a fantastic new dog display programme with seating for 6000 people. And yes there are still Best in Show tickets available, but hurry as there is only a limited number left! So surf the Crufts website and buy your tickets early for both show entry and travel discounts; check out the great travel offers with National Express and Network West Midlands. Network West Midlands has a Special Offer All-in-One admission and rail ticket for entry to Crufts 2007. And tune in via the website to Crufts FM, the radio dedicated to broadcasting Crufts around the world. Crufts FM can also be heard on frequency 106.8fm from within the NEC and a five mile radius around the event for the entire show. The website also allows visitors to register for all the latest Crufts news; for further information, please visit and be part of the world’s greatest dog show. There is a selection of FAQs about Crufts from the most straightforward questions to the more complex, and if you need to get in touch, then contact details are also listed.

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