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Win a family break to Newmarket!

For our latest competition, we head to the Home of Horseracing at Newmarket, courtesy of Discover Newmarket, the town’s official tour guide. One lucky family are in with a chance to experience some of the country's most historic, fun and thrilling attractions.

Once the sporting playground for royalty, the historic town boasts two racecourses and plays host to two of the five British Classic Races. Plus countless racedays and the July Festival, one of the most glamourous events in the racing calendar.

The behind-the-scenes events offers a glimpse into the hidden world of what it is to make a great racehorse and includes tours of The National Stud, Tattersalls and Palace House - the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art.

A short 20-minute drive from Bury St Edmunds, 45 minutes from Ipswich and within easy reach of the various coastal towns, a visit to Newmarket makes for a fantastic experience.

 

WIN a family-fun experience right here!

- A family pass to Palace House
- A family ticket for a tour of The National Stud
- Lunch at Wavertree’s Coffee Shop
- An overnight stay for a family of four at the Best Western Heath Court Hotel 

 

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 Simply fill in your details below before 24th March for your chance to win!

 

See here for full terms and conditions

 

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About Discover Newmarket

Discover Newmarket is the central point for Tourist Information in Newmarket and is the town’s official Tour Guide. They offer visitors a unique opportunity to go behind the scenes at racing’s headquarters to see the equine stars at work and learn about the fascinating history, heritage and culture of the town. Our expert guides deliver tours for groups and individuals which can be organised for as little or as long as you want. 

T: 0344 748 9200
E: admin@discovernewmarket.co.uk
W: discovernewmarket.co.uk

 

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