Explore Britten’s Aldeburgh in Suffolk with Mazda6

Thanks to Classic FM and Mazda, here's your chance to explore composer and conductor Benjamin Britten's legacy, around the lovely Suffolk coastal town of Aldeburgh where he wrote some of the best-known classical music of the 20th century, thanks to inspired walks along the beach.

The winner of our competition will receive a Mazda6 and the luxurious, refined interior and dynamic driving experience will ensure you are comfortable on your drive to Suffolk.

Stay in the 4-star Brudenell Hotel in Aldeburgh with breakfast and dinner, visit the Red House where Britten and Peter Pears lived, and follow the Britten Trail.

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Aldeburgh in Suffolk and Mazda6

The pretty town of Aldeburgh has wonderful views both out to sea and over the River Alde as it winds its way round to neighbouring Orford and the National Nature Reserve of Orford Ness.

The Suffolk Heritage Coast has something for everyone with its music and drama connections, fine eating and drinking, and plenty of opportunities for sailing and shopping.

Mazda6 is the perfect car for the trip. Its dynamic driving experience and luxurious interior, is designed for your comfort and convenience and makes you feel at one with the road for pure driving enjoyment – man and machine in perfect harmony.

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Win a relaxing break in Suffolk

The winner of our competition will drive a stylish Mazda6 saloon, for the weekend as well as exploring the 5.7 mile Britten Trail, which features a variety of locations that inspired his music.

Our winner and guest will also enjoy two nights accommodation at the 4-star Brudenell Hotel in Aldeburgh, breakfast for two people in the hotel restaurant each morning and dinner each evening, admission to and guided tour around the Red House, a Britten trail map, guide and fact sheet.

It all sounds delightful so to be in with a chance of winning, answer the question below.

Entries close at 23.59 on Sunday 31st December 2017.

Q: The National Nature Reserve near Aldeburgh is called Orford …. what?

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