Win tickets to the 30th Royal Welsh Winter Fair

by Webmaster, 4th October 2019

We have two adult day tickets to give away for either Monday 25th or Tuesday 26th November

Welsh Border Life readers have the chance to win a pair of adult day tickets to the Royal Welsh Winter Fair, which comes to the Royal Welsh Showground in Llanelwedd, Powys, on 25th and 26th November.

Along with loads of agricultural-themed things to see and do – including livestock auctions, plus competitions in cookery, produce, crafts and more – the event will have plenty to get show-goers feeling Christmassy, including a carol service and a Santa’s grotto where youngsters can let the man in red know what they hope to find underneath the Christmas tree on 25th December.

There’ll also be a number of stalls selling all manner of artisan-made gifts and edibles, including Barti Rum from Pembrokeshire, Condessa Welsh Liqueurs, Snowdonia Cheese Co Ltd, and Welsh Lady Preserves.

Q: In which year did the Royal Welsh Winter Fair begin?

A: 2010  B: 2000  C: 1990

To enter, email the answer along with your name, address and telephone number to: winterfair@borderpublishing.com

Royal Welsh Showground, Llanelwedd, Builth Wells, Powys LD2 3SY. Tel: 01982 553683. For more information on the Royal Welsh Winter Fair and to book tickets, visit rwas.wales


T&Cs: One winner will win two adult day tickets to the Royal Welsh Winter Fair in Powys, worth £16 each. Tickets entitle the winner to entry to the fair on either Monday 25th or Tuesday 26th November 2019. Competition closing date 1st November 2019. Subject to availability. No cash alternative. Usual competition rules apply. Max one entry per person. The editor’s decision is final.


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