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WIN family tickets to Elderflower Fields Festival 2014

Elderflower (3 of 63)Is anyone else struggling through these dark winter days, dreaming of a sunny G&T in a field somewhere? Well I may have just the thing to add a ray of sunshine to your life.

It’s my very first competition at A Field Somewhere!

One of you lucky people will WIN a family ticket to Elderflower Fields Festival worth £310!

Elderflower Fields is a magical weekend of family fun in the beautiful Sussex countryside just 40 minutes from Brighton. 2014 will be the third year and it’s shaping up to be an absolute blinder.

Held across the May bank holiday (23-26th) the Elderflower experience brings a perfect mix of eclectic music, delicious local food and drink and stacks of fantastic activities to keep the whole family happy.

Unlike many other festivals, the team at Elderflower Fields work hard to make sure every visitor, young and old is catered for. Attention to detail is important from the moment you arrive. With a welcoming Elderflower cocktail or cordial for the kids, excellent local entertainment and of course, the famous So Sussex Sunday picnic. All included in the ticket price.

This year Elderflower Fields says hello to a stunning new woodland location in the heart of Sussex. As well as beautiful views and excellent camping facilities there are some other additions after customer feedback. There’s exciting activities for teenagers, more space, toilets, showers and bars and ‘drop and camp’ – allowing you to drive your camping equipment right to the campsite while the kids play.

Elderflower fields is festivalling in style

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If you’ve never been to a festival with your family  it’s the perfect way to start. It’s lovely and easy to get around, small enough not to lose the kids yet busy enough to keep everyone happy. (Top 10 tips for taking kids to festivals)

A gorgeous weekend of relaxing family fun

Very limited early bird tickets are on sale 1st December making them fantastic Christmas presents for the family and something to look forward to in the New Year. The early bird price is £85 an adult and £40 a child (5-16), under 5’s free. Get tickets here.

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You can read my review of the very first Elderflower Fields here.

If you’d like the chance of winning a family ticket for Elderflower Fields Festival worth £310+ enter via the rafflecopter link here:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms & Conditions:
Open to UK residents aged 18 and over. No purchase is necessary. 1 price of a family ticket (2 adults & 2 children) to Elderflower Fields Festival 23-36th May) The Rafflecopter widget above will accept entries from 9am (GMT) 20/11/2013 until the close of the competition at 11.59pm (GMT) on 16/12/2013. Entries outside of the Promotion Period will not be counted. The competition is run by A Field Somewhere (@afieldsomewhere). No correspondence will be entered into. The winner will be chosen randomly using the Rafflecopter widget (which uses random.org). The winner will be announced on 17/12/2013. The winner will be contacted via email by A Field Somewhere and must respond within 24 hours or another winner will be drawn. Entrants must have a valid UK address. Bulk, third party or any entrants using automated software will be disqualified. The prize is not transferable, re-saleable or exchangeable. There is no cash alternative. A Field Somewhere reserves the right to amend, alter or terminate this promotion at any time due to circumstances beyond its control. These rules are governed by English law and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.

Disclosure: Tickets will be supplied by Elderflower Fields Festival

18 thoughts on “WIN family tickets to Elderflower Fields Festival 2014

    1. a field somewhere

      Hi Pinkoddy, Thanks for dropping by.
      My friend has 5 kids and she said the same but I guess they have to make some rules on prizes. Under 5’s are free so that helps her as 2 are little and even if she just had to buy 1 extra child ticket it’s certainly a fabulous family experience. I can’t recommend it enough for a weekend of letting the kids run free in a field somewhere.

    1. a field somewhere

      Never too young to go to a festival. As long as you go prepared you’ll have a ball, and you can drive right to your campsite this year. Makes it so much easier as you can take everything you might possibly need (or as much as you can stuff in the car!)

  1. Wicked World of Lucas

    Looks like a fab festival – was just about to enter as we’ve been talking about doing a festival but it’s the one weekend next year that we’re away – BUM!!! Good Luck with the competition and great post. #magicmoments

    1. a field somewhere

      What a shame. Yes, bank holiday is certainly a busy weekend for everyone. If you need any tips on festivals with kids do get in touch. I’ve been to loads of them through work or play.
      Please share the post anyway, maybe on of your friends could go.
      Thanks for reading.

  2. icloud.com

    When I initially commented I clicked the “Notify me when new comments are added” checkbox and now each time a comment is added I get three e-mails with the same comment.
    Is there any way you can remove me from that service? Cheers!

    1. afieldsomewhere Post author

      Sorry about that. It’s a wordpress service so I don’t even think I have access. I will get in touch with them and try though.

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