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The perfect cure for January Blues

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Whether it’s David Cameron, Jeremy Clarkson, Alex James, Giles Coren, John Inverdale, Jilly Cooper, Alexander Armstrong, Zara Philips or Liz Hurley, you are almost certain to see one or two of them on 26th January 2020 at Cocklebarrow Races. Better still, everyone hangs out together, so it’s highly probable you will be able to rub shoulders and get that selfie in!

Cocklebarrow is 'the' place to be on 26th January and it promises to be bigger than ever, and a fabulously spoiling and enjoyable day out for all the family in the Cotswold countryside. The perfect cure to rubbing away those January blues…

There will be pony racing at the beginning of the day followed by countless quality jump races to follow. Organisers have erected a massive heated marquee with space for you to enjoy a BYO picnic, a licensed bar, and a bucking bronco in case you need warming up some more! For children, there is a bouncy castle, bungy running and face painting. For all ages, there is dog racing, a 'tough farmer challenge' and for those not content with their Christmas presents, there is plenty of retail therapy on offer too! cocklebarrowraces.com.

If you plan to come and would like to reserve a picnic spot, use voucher code 04336A for your exclusive £25 discount. (Expiry: 19-01-2020)

Gates open from 9.30am. Tickets cost £10 per person (16+) / £40 per car or £50 per car in the premium car park when you book online.

Or, for the chance to win a free family pass to the event, visit our competitions page.

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