The Observer has teamed up with The Game Fair to offer three lucky readers the chance to win a pair of three-day tickets.
Located in the stunning grounds of Ragley Hall, The Game Fair brings together the best that the British countryside has to offer.
From families looking for fun and entertainment, through to those passionate about country pursuits, the event is set to be a great day out with something for everyone when it comes to Ragley Hall from July 29 to 31.
With everything from shooting and show jumping, to fishing and fashion, the three-day festival is perfect for country enthusiasts and families.
Foodies and wine connoisseurs can enjoy the finest in great British cuisine as TV presenter, Masterchef judge and food expert Gregg Wallace’s Shot to Pot Restaurant.
Gregg has designed the 5 star restaurant’s menu which focuses on the ‘farm to fork’ trend and is a refreshing culinary change for The Game Fair 2016.
And, for the first time ever, the world’s most recognisable face of survival and outdoor adventure – Bear Grylls – will offer visitors the ultimate master class in self-rescue skills, delivered by his handpicked team of highly trained experts.
Ranging from axe throwing to fire lighting, the Bear Grylls Survival Zone will give a rare chance for lucky outdoor enthusiasts to be taught Bear’s extreme survival techniques.
Families can pop along and test out the survival skills throughout the day.
To be in with the chance of winning a pair of these tickets simply answer the question below:
Which Masterchef judge will be at this year’s Game Fair?
Send your answers on a postcard to:
Games Fair Competition
45 The Parade
Or email your answers to email@example.com with Games Fair in the subject line.