Chatsworth Country Fair tickets up for grabs

Breathtaking stunts from the world famous Imps Motorcycle Display Team and delicious live cookery demonstrations by Great British Bake Off judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood are among the attractions at this year's Chatsworth Country Fair.

Monday, 25th July 2016, 6:00 am
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 5:05 pm
Mary Berry

Other highlights include the popular Household Cavalry Musical Ride, animal demonstrations, vintage vehicle displays, hundreds of trade and craft stands and a fairground.

Popular television presenter and baker Paul Hollywood will be appearing for the first time at the fair. Paul is widely known for being a judge on the BAFTA award winning The Great British Bake Off alongside Mary Berry and specialises in artisan baking. He will be cooking up some treats for the Derbyshire crowd on Friday, September 2.

Queen of baking and favourite of the fair, Mary Berry OBE returns for a fourth year to perform cookery demonstrations on Saturday, September 3, using recipes from her upcoming book.

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Food writer and broadcaster Valentine Warner will also be making an appearance at the fair, rounding off the three-day event by cooking up some delicious dishes on Sunday, September 4. Valentine’s deep love of cooking, nature and travel has seen him make nine television series and write four cookery books.

Chatsworth Country Fair runs from September 2 to 4. Tickets are £25 for adults per day and discounts are available for tickets purchased in advance online at www.

Free entry for children under 14s make it the perfect day out for all the family.

We have two adult tickets to give away for entry to the fair on Saturday, September 3.

To be in with a chance of winning, complete the name of the attraction which will be wowing the crowds at Chatsworth Country Fair:

Imps .......... Display Team

Email your answer with your name, address and daytime phone number to: 
[email protected]

The closing date for entries will be August 16. Normal Derbyshire Times competiton rules apply. The editor’s decision is final. For competition terms and conditions, see