CLOSED: Win tickets for Chatsworth Country Fair

Dancing diggers, diving dogs and heroic horsemanship will provide some of the exciting entertainment at this year’s Chatsworth Country Fair – and we have five pairs of tickets to give away for the event held from August 31 to September 2.

JCB’s ten-tonne ballerinas have curtsied for the Queen, pirouetted for television and thrilled thousands all over the world. Now the team of mechanical monsters, weighing over 80 tonnes, will bring their elegant and light dance moves to the Grand Ring.

Other exciting attractions topping the bill include the return of the Household Cavalry Musical Ride, flypasts by the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, as well as breathtaking aerobatics from the Global Stars and precision parachuting from The British Legion Extreme Human Flight Team.

Over in the Fine Food Village, live demos are headlined by Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain on Friday, followed by fair stalwarts Mary Berry on Saturday and Paul Hollywood on Sunday, along with some of the region’s most inspirational chefs.

With even more taking place over the three days, Chatsworth Country Fair is a fantastic day out, with events and activities for the whole family. Tickets are £25 for adults while children 14 and under go free. For more information, visit

To enter our competition, just answer the following simple question: in which TV baking show did Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood appear together as judges? Enter by filling in the form below.


The closing date is August 17. Usual competition rules apply.

Please press the Submit button only once – and note that our competitions are for readers of Taste the Seasons only. Entries submitted via competition websites and forums will NOT be accepted.

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