A chance to win tickets for the fabulous Burghley House Battle Proms at Stamford worth £62

Crown and Empire at the Battle Proms

Crown and Empire at the Battle Proms - Credit: Archant

Fancy a fabulous evening of entertainment complete with cavalry charges, fireworks and classical music?

Firework displays at Burghley House

Firework displays at Burghley House - Credit: Archant

Then this is the competition for you.

We are offering readers of the Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard the chance to win a pair of tickets worth at least £62 for next year’s Burghley House Battle Proms being held at the Stamford estate on Saturday July 8.

Tickets for this concert, which treats audiences to what organisers describe as a mix of “sublime classical music, carefully choreographed Spitfire and cavalry displays, dramatic cannon fire and stunning firework finales,” went on sale last week.

But we have four pairs of tickets up for grabs in our competition for this fantastic day out.

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This year the proms series celebrates its 20th anniversary and the elegant Elizabethan Burghley House makes the perfect backdrop for a dramatic night of music.

With an expected crowd of around 7,000 happy picnickers, it will be the place to be next summer.

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And if the concert is not for you, then the tickets could make a wonderful festive surprise for a friend or loved one this Christmas.

To be in with a chance of winning simply answer the following question: In what era was Burghley House built? Send your answer, together with your name and contact details including phone number to: sarah.cliss@archant.co.uk or post to: Cambs Times/Wisbech Standard Audmoor House, 93 High Street, March. PE15 9LH. Mark your entry proms comp. Closing date is noon on Friday December 2. First four correct answers out of ‘the hat’ will each win a pair of tickets (editor’s decision is final).

For more information, or to book tickets, visit www.battleproms.com or call 01432 355 416.

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