WIN Free tickets to the East Anglian Game & Country Fair
PUBLISHED: 13:03 23 March 2009 | UPDATED: 14:01 06 May 2010
We've got 10 family tickets worth up to £30 each to give away for this great day out in April.
The East Anglian Game & Country Fair, at the Norfolk Showground on Saturday, April 25 and Sunday, April 26, is a great day out for all the family, with a huge array of events, attractions and spectacular displays.
From traditional rural pastimes such as shooting, with five times World Clay Pigeon Shooting Champion John Bidwell, and fly casting with world champion Hywel Morgan, to the MBS Mountainboarding Team who bring their Big Air Show, there is something for everyone at the Fair.
There will be dog displays - both ones that you can watch and ones that you can enter - 'Horse Whisperer' Gary Witheford, The Tigers Free Fall Parachute Team, falconry exhibitions, plus an 'Animal Area' for toddlers to get up close and personal with reindeer, rabbits, goats, alpacas and tortoises - and even have a donkey ride.
If donkeys are a bit tame for you, you can have a go at a climbing wall, mountain boarding, a Landrover 4x4 course, or bungee trampolining, to name but a few activities.
Those looking for a slightly more sedate way to spend the day can visit the Food Village, which will be housing a cookery theatre, with a star-studded lineup of chefs and authors demonstrating their skills. Plus there will be more than 300 stands to browse, a craft marquee, and a bar where Winston the Singing Farmer and the Sheringham Shantymen will be performing.
Cambridgeshire Agenda has five family tickets to this great event to give away, admitting two adults and three children aged 5 to 16, and worth up to £30 each. For a chance to win, simply tell us 'Who is the World Flycasting Champion?'
Send your answer on a postcard, with your name, address and telephone number, to Game Fair Comp, Cambridgeshire Agenda, Suite 3, Alexander House, Milton Road, Cambridge CB4 1UY, or email your answer and details to email@example.com with 'Game Fair comp' in the subject header.
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