Visitors to this year’s Mini in the Park event won’t just have the chance to feast their eyes on some of the most interesting MINI’s on the scene, they’ll be able to win one too with the Win a Mini Competition Sponsored by Carole Nash.
For just £3, visitors can put themselves in the draw to drive away in a 1989 Yellow Mini Mayfair complete with all its original features, including the grey grill, bumpers, wheel trims and decals.
It’s one of the highlights of what is set to be the biggest Mini in the Park event yet, with thousands of the best classic and modern Minis in Britain on display at the world famous Santa Pod Raceway on August 12.
Event manager Katherine Chappell said; “We’re really excited for the event and the Win a Mini Competition is a real highlight, and it means somebody is going to leave Santa Pod extremely happy! We have to say a big thank you to Carole Nash for their sponsorship of the competition because it really is a fantastic prize.
“All you have to do to enter is head to the Win a Mini tent, pay £3 and provide your details and the winner will be announced in the afternoon – and they can drive away with it! It’s a great classic Mini in brilliant condition and we’re sure it’s going to make somebody’s day even better.”
As well as the competition, there’s plenty for visitors to do on the day with car clubs from all over the country exhibiting, hair-raising Motor Stunt displays, a tyre challenge, drag demo’s, a Mini Bake Off challenge, Pride of Ownership display, magazine displays and lots more.
Katherine continued; “Mini in the Park is always a great day out and this year will be no different, we have loads going on and it’s going to be the biggest one yet. It’s amazing to see Mini lovers from all over Britain come together and hopefully everybody has a brilliant day out.”
Public entry tickets are £18 in advance or £22 on the gate, with two children under 14 permitted entry with each paying adult. Camping tickets are available for just £7 extra per person.
For more info and tickets see Mini in the Park