Win! A family break at Warwick Castle

What better way to spend the school holidays than by exploring the wonders of a medieval castle? We're giving away a family pass to Warwick Castle and an overnight stay at nearby Chesford Grange for four people.

The winner will receive a family pass for four people to visit Warwick Castle, worth £109.20. The prize also includes an overnight stay in four-star Chesford Grange, set in 17 acres of stunning green Warwickshire countryside.

New for 2013 at the Castle is Warwick Castle Unlocked, an exhibit of four rooms revealing four centuries worth of secrets and stories. You can also take advantage of everyone's love of horrible histories by visiting one of Warwick Castle's Horrible Histories Foul Fayres. Wicked Whitsun (25 May to 1 June) and Stormin' Summer (20 July to 1 September) will be packed with foul facts, interactive games and gory activities.

Chesford Grange is ideally located for a family weekend away, with a whole host of family-friendly activities on its doorstep. The hotel's swimming pool has daily designated family splash times so the kids can enjoy themselves in the pool. Children are also catered for in the hotel restaurant with a nutritious Quackers menu, which encourages children to take an interest in food.

If you can't wait to find out if you have won, you can book tickets to Warwick Castle online and receive 20 per cent off entry prices when you book seven days in advance or 10 per cent off when you book 48 hours before visiting. All day entry to Warwick Castle for adults is from £18.24, children from £12.48 and seniors from £13.44.

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The prize includes: A family pass for four people to visit Warwick Castle and an overnight stay at four-star hotel Chesford Grange for two adults and two children with breakfast and a three-course dinner to the value of £26 per adult and a Quakers meal per adult. The prize must be used by 30 November 2013.

For your chance to win this fabulous prize, enter your details below before 21 May.
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