Win weekend tickets to the Port Eliot Festival

Get free entry to a celebration of ideas set in 100 acres of beautiful Cornish countryside

LAST UPDATED AT 16:19 ON Fri 4 Jul 2014

The Week has teamed up with Port Eliot Festival to offer a pair of weekend tickets to the annual celebration of words, music, food, fashion and fun.

Undeniably stylish but very relaxed, the festival is a living extension to Port Eliot’s ancient and beautiful stately home and mediaeval monastery, which sit in more than 100 acres of woodland gardens and parkland in southeast Cornwall.

Port Eliot is now as obsessed with food, fashion, music and flowers as it is with books.

The possibilities are boundless: embark on a sonic adventure with the British Library’s natural sounds curator, participate in a quick interview about your father, flaunt a custom costume by Barbara Hulanicki or settle in for a candle-lit performance in Port Eliot’s church.

For more details of the line-up, go to porteliotfestival.com

To win a pair of weekend tickets for 24 to 27 July, including on-site camping, please answer the following question:

In which village does the Port Eliot Festival take place?

  • St Germans
  • St Patricks
  • St Cornwall

Send your answer, along with your name and phone number to tickets@theweek.co.uk. Please include "Port Eliot" in your email subject line.

Entries close at 9am on Monday, 14 July 2014, and the winner will be drawn at random from the correct entries and notified soon after.

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