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WIN a winter break to Padstow Christmas Festival

We’ve teamed up with the Padstow Christmas Festival (padstowchristmasfestival.co.uk) to offer you the chance to win a break in Cornwall. From 1-4 December top chefs will flaunt their skills in the pretty fishing village, while local producers lay on the best food and drink.

The winner and guest will spend four nights in a selfcatering eco-lodge on the Trevibban Mill vineyard, courtesy of festival sponsor Cornish Horizons. They’ll enjoy a wine-tasting tour and a meal at Appleton’s, the vineyard restaurant – plus a £100 food and drink voucher from St Austell Brewery to spend in Padstow’s fine pubs. The trip also includes a three-course dinner and beer tasting at The Mariners, in nearby Rock, run by chef Nathan Outlaw and owned by Sharp’s Brewery. And there’s more… Our winner will also receive two places on a course at Rick Stein’s Padstow Cookery School.

Stay in style, see Rick and co in action, and enjoy a cookery course
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