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Can you find Bella the Beagle?

To be in with a chance of winning a £100 Jarrold voucher to spend on whatever you like, simply read this magazine from cover to cover and find Bella the Beagle. She looks exactly like the picture of her, but much smaller!

All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning is tell us which page number of your magazine she appears on, and which advert she is with. Then fill in the form below with your contact details:

Win Tickets – Style, trends, food and more – a fair to remember!

Village People has four pairs of tickets to give away to The Country Living Spring Fair at Alexandra Palace, London, between 23-26 April.

This event is an exciting new offering of the very best of British businesses and a truly unique experience. Celebrating the 35th anniversary of Country Living Magazine, the publication’s core values will be celebrated across the fair through four new show themes; Grow, Taste, Design and Make.

Each sector will be brought to life by over 350 exhibitors, all-new immersive features and inspiring craft workshops, to make for an unforgettable day out.

Visitors will be able to buy from food artisans, taste delicacies from an array of producers showcasing a variety of cuisines, and learn how to make delicious, seasonal recipes using produce which can be sourced locally or grown at home.

Across the show, from the Country Living Stage to the Good Life Theatre, visitors will be able to learn from design-led talks and seminars covering interior style trends to exclusive interviews with industry insiders.

Confirmed speakers include chef, bestselling cookbook author and Fairtrade and sustainability champion, Melissa Hemsley, alongside actress and cook, Lisa Faulkner.

What an exciting event. Good luck!

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Closing date is Tuesday 14 April. Usual Village People rules apply. Editor’s decision is final.

A slave to style – Bryan Ferry at Newmarket Racecourse

Village People has four pairs of tickets to give away to see the most stylish of musical icons, Bryan Ferry, at Newmarket Racecourse on Friday 26 June.

The event is part of the Newmarket Nights 2020 summer line-up, organised by the Jockey Club Live.

Achieving immediate and sensational success in the early 1970s with his group Roxy Music, Bryan Ferry is one of the most iconic and innovative singers and lyricists in popular music.

Roxy Music’s eight studio albums are modern classics, with Ferry’s solo work shaping the course of contemporary rock and pop music.

With the rare distinction of being regarded as both classic and contemporary, he is acknowledged as the writer and singer of some of the most loved pop songs, including ‘Slave To Love’, ‘More Than This’, ‘Avalon’ and ‘Love Is The Drug’.

As a member of Roxy Music and solo, Ferry has sold over 30 million records worldwide.

In addition, he has won countless awards and was inducted into the ‘Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’ as part of Roxy Music, in 2019.

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Closing date is Sunday 31 May. Usual Village People rules apply. Editor’s decision is final.

Win Tickets – The best of R&B returns to UEA

Village People has four pairs of tickets to give away to see Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra at UEA, Norwich, on Friday 29 May.

The concert will also feature special guests Eddi Reader and vocalists Ruby Turner and Louise Marshall.

It’s been eight years since this R&B legend and his orchestra played at the UEA, so here’s another chance to see this incredibly talented musician and his friends perform again.

At the age of eight, Jools Holland could play the piano fluently by ear, and by his early teens was playing regularly in pubs in South East London and the East End Docks.

At 15, Jools, Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford formed Squeeze and were joined shortly afterwards by Gilson Lavis – who had already played with B.B. King, Chuck Berry, and Max Wall – and who still drums with Jools.

In 1987, Jools formed The Jools Holland Big Band with Gilson Lavis, and this has gradually become the current 19-piece Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra.

As well as formidable live performances, Jools has maintained a prolific recording career, which includes the multimillion-selling Jools Holland and Friends series. His ‘friends’ have included Sting, Chrissie Hynde, George Harrison, Norah Jones, Eric Clapton, David Gilmour, Bono, Joe Strummer, KT Tunstall and many more.

Jools’ career as a television presenter is equally impressive. He started in the early 1980s when he interviewed The Police for a documentary, and then auditioned to become co-presenter of The Tube with Paula Yates.

In 1992, Jools was asked to host a new BBC2 music programme which combined his talent and experience as a musician with his skills as a TV presenter. This was Later… with Jools Holland, which celebrated 25 years, 50 series and over 360 episodes of broadcast in 2017.

And of course, his New Year’s Eve Hootenannys are legendary!

This will be a night to remember, and you could be there! Good luck.

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Closing date is Friday 22 May. Usual Village People rules apply. Editor’s decision is final.