Chance to win DVDs of hit TV series Grantchester with the Ely Standard, Wisbech Standard and Cambs Times

PUBLISHED: 11:42 16 June 2017 | UPDATED: 12:21 16 June 2017

Robson Green and James Norton star in Grantchester - now we have DVD sets to give away in an easy to enter competition.

Robson Green and James Norton star in Grantchester - now we have DVD sets to give away in an easy to enter competition.


Television’s dishiest vicar Sidney Chambers (James Norton ) returns for a third series of hit period crime drama Grantchester, which is filmed in the Cambridgeshire village of the same name.

It was released on DVD on Monday (12) following its broadcast on ITV alongside the Grantchester 1 to 3 complete box set, thanks to Acorn Media International.

The year is 1955 and the seemingly bucolic town of Grantchester is rife with crimes of passion and murderous plots. Series three is a two-disc set and includes the 2016 Christmas special and retails at £24.99 and the complete box set is £39.99. We have three of each to give away to six lucky readers. To win send your name and contact details to three entries out of the ‘hat’ will each win a complete set, three further entrants will each win a copy of series three. Closing date is Friday June 30. Editor’s decision is final.

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