WIN: Tickets to the ‘amazing’ Valley Fest for you and three others

PUBLISHED: 14:53 30 June 2017 | UPDATED: 17:04 30 June 2017

Win tickets to Valley Fest.

Win tickets to Valley Fest.

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To mark the launch of its new range of ice cream, Yeo Valley is giving away a bundle of tickets to its annual Valley Fest – worth more than £500.

Set beside the stunning Chew Valley Lake, Valley Fest promises good music, great vibes, irresistible organic food and a variety of fun activities for kids.

As if that was not enough, Yeo Valley chefs will be on hand cooking up a storm and leading some delicious food demonstrations.

The glitzy Yeo Valley disco ice cream van will also be out on hand to help people cool down with its double chocolate, salted caramel, vanilla and strawberries and cream ice creams.

Yeo Valley canteen executive chef Paul Collins said: “We love Valley Fest’s focus on quality local food.

“The music line-up is looking awesome, but the amazing organic food on offer is going to make it really special – it will be foodie heaven.

“We will be making lovely organic breakfasts and lunches.”

Jose Gaonzalez and DJ Yoda will headline the festival with the support of a number of live bands and sets.

The festival was launched in 2014 in partnership with Yeo Valley, which is owned by the Mead family, and is held on a farm owned by Luke Hasell.

Valley Fest will be at Chew Valley Lake, off Denny Lane in Chew Magna, from August 4-6.

The gates will open at noon on August 4 and the festival field will be open from 2pm and the site will close at noon on August 7.

Tickets, priced £10-990, are available from valleyfest.co.uk

The Mercury has teamed up with Yeo Valley to offer one lucky reader a set of four tickets to the festival.

This competition will end at 10am on July 7.

Usual Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final.

By entering this competition you are agreeing to be contacted by Archant and Yeo Valley.


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