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WIN entry for two to the Cotswold Jaguar Festival

11:31 17 March 2016

Cotswold Jaguar Festival

Cotswold Jaguar Festival

Archant

If you’ve ever thought that an indulgent and sophisticated weekend spent in the company of some of the most beautiful Jaguars in the world is for you, then put the 21st & 22nd May 2016 in your diary.

The Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club is the World’s premier Jaguar Club and is hosting its first Cotswold Jaguar Festival at two stunning locations; Sudeley Castle near Winchcombe and the world famous Prescott Hill in Gotherington.

On Saturday 21st May there will be over 500 Jaguars at Sudeley Castle, celebrating the anniversary of some of the most famous models including the E-Type, the XK8 and the new XK. There will also be a fun packed day for all the family including a Fire Stunt Spectacular, falconry, craft marquees, live music and the Castle’s attractions.

On Sunday 22nd May there is a chance to test your skill by driving up the world famous Prescott Hill Climb. You can take part in your own car and really unleash its power, or just relax and watch others take on the challenge. The Clubhouse offers refreshments throughout the day or you can bring a picnic and enjoy the fabulous surroundings.

Entry to the Festival at Sudeley Castle on 21 May is available to Cotswold Life readers for a discounted price of £11 per person if booked in advance. Just visit our Club Shop to purchase your tickets www.jec.org.uk/shop or call 0117 9698186

Entry to Prescott Hill on 22nd May is £10 per car and £10 per Hill run. You can book at www.jec.org.uk or 0117 969 8186.

Competition: WIN entry for two to the Cotswold Jaguar Festival

The prize includes entry for two on both days of the Festival, with a run up Prescott Hill driving a Jaguar E-Type Roadster and lunch in the Clubhouse on the Sunday.

Q:In what year was Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club formed?

To enter the competition, enter your answer here.

Terms & Conditions: Competition closes at midday, Friday, April, 22. Entrants must be 18 years or older. Full UK driving licence will be required for Prescott Hill Climb. Subject to Prescott terms and conditions on the day. Lunch is provided in the Prescott Clubhouse to a value of £25 per person (total £50) and complimentary drink to be arranged with the JEC prior to the day. E-Type availability subject to change by third party. An alternative will be made available on the day in this instance. Sudeley Castle is for entrance to the castle, grounds and the Jaguar show field only; food and drink will not be supplied as part of the prize. Full Archant terms and conditions can be found at www.cotswoldlife.co.uk

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