Thursday, 12 December 2019

Win tickets to the Fawley Hill Vintage Festival

HERE’S your chance to win free entry for two to the Fawley Hill Steam and Vintage Festival.

HERE’S your chance to win free entry for two to the Fawley Hill Steam and Vintage Festival.

The Henley Standard has teamed up with Lady McAlpine to offer two tickets for you and a friend to attend the event next weekend. The prize is worth £58 and applies to Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Attractions at this year’s festival will include almost 90 traction engines and more than 200 cars, vintage commercial vehicles, motor cycles and even boats.

There will also be a glider and simulator, the resident steam train giving rides, visiting engines and air displays, camel racing, fairground rides and much more.

A companion dog show will be run by the Ways and Means Trust and there will be an attempt to set a Guinness world record for the highest number of Labradors in one place.

This is in aid of the charity Medical Assistance Dogs and will be overseen by TV presenter Ben Fogle.

There will also be a wide of refreshments with bars, barbecue food, teas and ice cream. Chef and Henley Standard columnist Paul Clerehugh will be there with his pop-up restaurant.

On the Friday night is Rock on the Hill with Elvis impersonator Ben Portsmouth and other great music in a big top tent.

All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning, is answer the question below and send it, together with your name, address and daytime phone number, to: Fawley Hill Vintage Festival competition, Henley Standard, Caxton House, 1 Station Road, Henley, RG9 1AD.

The winner will be the sender of the first correct entry to be selected at random after the closing date of Wednesday, May 18 and will be notified by phone.

Which charity is the Labrador record bid in aid of?

The prize is non-refundable and there is no cash alternative.

Normal Henley Standard competition rules apply and the editor’s decision is final.

To see the rules, visit

For more information about the weekend and to buy tickets, visit

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