A full display from the Red Arrows, daredevil antics from horseback Cossacks and insider tips from Masterchef judge and chef John Torode make up some of the top notch entertainment at this year’s Chatsworth Country Fair, running September 4 to 6.
We are offering three lucky readers the chance to win a pair of adult tickets (normally priced at £22.50 each) for the fair on Sunday, September 6.
The world famous Ukrainian Cossack Stunt Team from Kiev will be joined by The Essex Dog Display Team and The Band of the Corps of the Royal Engineers to make up the roster of never seen before acts performing in the prestigious Grand Ring, along with an action-packed schedule on all three days of the show.
Back once again by popular demand, the Red Arrows, who were last seen at the Country Fair in 2013, will be flying in full formation with a stunning display of aerobatic prowess.
The AGA Rangemaster Cookery Theatre will be serving up a tasty selection of live demonstrations from top celebrity chefs with Masterchef legend John Torode at the fair on Sunday. The Fine Food Village will also offer delicious gourmet delights to try and take home, from freshly baked bread to artisan cheese, and all manner of drinks producers.
With a closing ceremony featuring a parachute display from Jump4Heroes and the Royal British Legion Extreme Human Flight Team, Chatsworth Country Fair 2015 will live long in the memory.
Gates open at 9am each day with a closing ceremony at 6.30pm. The box office is now open for advance tickets. Advance tickets are available from £18 while children under 14 get in free. For more information and ticketing options, including a 10 percent discount for online booking, visit www.chatsworthcountryfair.co.uk
To win a pair of adult tickets to the fair on Sunday, September 6, complete the name of this Masterchef legend who will demonstrate his skills: John ......
Email the answer with your name and contact details, marking Chatsworth in the subject line, to: firstname.lastname@example.org Entries for this competition close on August 20.