Chance to win Axe Vale Festival tickets with the Midweek Herald

The Axe Vale Festival is set to attract exhibitors from as far away as Cheshire, Staffordshire and Cambridgeshire this year.

This will be the 17th time the event has been staged at the Axminster Showground, off Trafalgar Way.

As always, there will be plenty for the children to do with the Big Bubble, swing boats and a magician for both children and parents.

There will also be a cr�che for the under sixes, with qualified staff, at the show, which will take place on Saturday, June 25 and Sunday, June 26.

Visitors will be encouraged to look around the many marquees such as floral tent, the food hall, and the craft venue.

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The main arena will feature terrier racing and a falconry display and there will also be performances by the Axe Valley Choir and the “One Night Stand” band.

Other attractions will include demonstrations, antiques and collectables with its many artefacts, the Horticultural Show with its variety of classes, and the Spirit of the Community will bring Axminster town to the showground.

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Tickets cost �7 for adults and �2 for under 16s (advance �5.50) and �1.50), under 5s free. Advance tickets maybe purchased at local TICs or from the Archway Bookshop and Mole Avon, Axminster.

Mobility Scooters are available and can be booked on (01297) 560651

There will also be a free bus service from Millwey Rise, Trinity Squareand the Railway Station.

The Herald has teamed up with organisers to offer a pair of tickets for the show.

To have a chance of winning them, all you have to do is answer the following question: How many times has the Axe Vale Festival been run?

Send your answers on a postcard, along with your name, address and daytime telephone number, to Axe Vale Festival Competition, Archant South West, Fair Oak Close, Exeter Airport Business Park, Clyst Honiton, nr Exeter, Devon, EX5 2UL.

The closing date for entries is Monday, June 20. The editor’s decision is final.

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