WIN TICKETS: Dig For Victory Show to return to North Somerset in June
PUBLISHED: 17:17 18 May 2017 | UPDATED: 17:17 18 May 2017
The Dig For Victory Show
The Dig For Victory Show is back on June 10 and 11 for its fourth year at the North Somerset Showground and in 2017 it promises to be bigger, better and more beautiful than ever before.
The show features a fantastic weekend of 1940s fun with traditional children’s rides and a children’s trail, classic cars, military vehicles, vintage stalls, re-enactors, live music, local food, a farm with animals and dancing.
The organisers say they are really excited to welcome The Battle Of Britain Memorial Flight on the final day of the show and visitors will be able to see a World War Two Dakota flying over the showground.
The show also boasts a fantastic entertainment line-up over the two days which includes a big band swing dance on June 10 – the Victory Ball is always a sell-out event and visitors are advised to book their tickets early so they do not miss out.
If you want to make a weekend of it, the show offers camping and glamping in the beautiful setting that is the North Somerset Showground.
The 1940s-themed weekend is run by volunteers and also raises money for its chosen charities. It prides itself on bringing history alive and the generations together to learn, remember and have fun.
This year’s charities are Help For Heroes, Children’s Hospice South West and Alzheimer’s Society.
* The Dig For Victory Show organisers are offering three lucky Times readers the chance to win a free family pass to next month’s event.
To be in with a chance of winning one of the free tickets, answer the simple question below by the competition deadline of 10am on May 25Usual Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final.
For further information, or to buy tickets, visit www.digforvictoryshow.com and enter discount code DFVS05 for a 10 per cent discount on all tickets.
To enter, simply answer the question below and click the submit button
Q: The flypast on June 11 will feature what World War Two plane?
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