Win tickets to Cheltenham jazz festival with Westons

26 April, 2012

Westons’ Henry Westons cider has become the official sponsor of the Cheltenham Jazz & Literature Festival for the next three years – and is celebrating by offering OLN readers tickets to the jazz festival on May 4-7.

The jazz festival, which runs over the May bank holiday, features some of the world’s best jazz performers and this year features a new big top venue, a free outdoor stage, boutique cinema and a host of bars and cafés.

The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival takes place in autumn and attracts writers, thinkers, poets, politicians, actors and modern wits to more than 500 literary events.

Westons managing director Helen Thomas said: “With its strong British heritage and tradition, Henry Westons is the most popular premium cider in the UK. It is enjoyed by discerning drinkers who index highly with visitors at both of the Cheltenham festivals. We are very excited about this new alliance and will be developing a number of activities to maximise our visibility at the events and in related media.”

For your chance to win one of two sets of two weekend VIP passes to the festival and a mixed case of Westons premium cider, send your name, address and telephone number to, or call 0117 924 9303.

The closing date for entries is Thursday, May 3.

Winners will be notified by Westons. Tickets are entrance only and don’t include subsistence, travel or accommodation. Participants must be at least 18 years old and prizes are not transferrable or exchangeable.

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