WIN!: We have SIX family tickets for LRO Peterborough Show to give away

THE ever-popular LRO Peterborough Show is back at the East of England on September 10-11 - and we are giving away six family tickets in a competition.

Supported by LRO (Land Rover Owner International magazine), the event attracts more than 35,000 visitors, 200 trade stands, 60 club stands, a huge autojumble and thousands of Land Rover enthusiasts.

Richard Hammond, star of BBC motoring show Top Gear, is one of many stars who have attended previous shows.

As well as everything for the enthusiast, the LRO Show is a great day out for all the family with Arena Entertainment.

Have you got a 4x4? You can take it off-road on a purpose-built off-road course just a few miles away in the heart of the countryside. It doesn’t matter if it’s a Land Rover or not.

There will be a green route for less experienced and soft off-roaders - and a red route for more experienced drivers.

Sessions start at �10 in advance (approximate 40-minute drive) and �15 on the day. Call 01775 768661 to book.

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Day ticket prices on the gate are �15 Adult, �7 children (five to 15 years) and �35 for families (two adults and two children). For discounted advance tickets call 0871 230 7152 or visit for further details. Gates are open from 9am-5.30pm and parking is free.

For camping & further details call 01775 768661 (office hours).

For your chance to win one of 6 family tickets to the LRO Peterborough Show answer this question:

Which off-road route will less experienced and soft off-roaders be able to tackle at the show?

To enter, simply click the related link at the top of this page. Please ensure you leave your name, address and a daytime contact number.

Closing date for entries is Friday August 19. The winners will be the first six answers drawn at random from all the correct entries and will be contacted by phone.

Archant competition rules apply.

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