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Win a family ticket to the Great Northern Food and Drink Festival

Great Northern Food and Drink Festival
This expired on 26th August 2021

We’ve teamed up with the Great Northern Food and Drink Festival to give two Living North readers the chance to win a family ticket to the festival this summer

From 28th–30th August, over the Bank Holiday weekend, Yorkshire’s Scampston Hall is hosting the first ever Great Northern Food and Drink Festival.

Showcasing independent producers from across the North, some which have been born out of lockdown, foodies are sure to love this event.

There’ll be food from around the world made with local produce, and plenty of craft ales and imaginative cocktails with local botanicals to wash them down with. Your children will love the vintage fun fair with nostalgic rides, and classic cars will also be on display across the weekend. Plus learn from the professionals in the demo tent and broaden your culinary skills. Meanwhile, some of our region’s best artists will take to the stage, there’ll be craft stalls to browse and you can bring your four-legged friends along too.

To find out more about the festival and to purchase tickets visit

But first, enter our competition below to be in with a chance of winning a family ticket.

Enter by post

Send your name and contact details on a postcard to Living North, Studio 2, St Nicholas Chare, Newcastle NE1 1RJ. Mark your entries GREAT NORTHERN FOOD AND DRINK FESTIVAL. 

Enter online

Simply log in and enter using the online form linked to this competition, see below. All entries to be received by 26th August. 

Terms and Conditions

– This prize entitles two winners to each receive one family ticket to the Great North Food and Drink Festival.

– A family ticket is for two adults and up to three children (five-16 years old). .

– The prize is non-transferable and non-refundable. No cash alternative is available. 

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