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Win a luxury overnight stay at the Eagle and Child in Ramsbottom

PUBLISHED: 00:00 20 April 2017

One of the new boutique bedrooms

One of the new boutique bedrooms

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Enjoy a break at the newly refurbished award winning foodie establishment.

The new Orangery areaThe new Orangery area

Lancashire Life and the food est are offering one lucky reader the chance to enjoy an overnight stay for two in the Barn Owl suite. The winner will also receive a continental breakfast hamper.

The Eagle and Child has become a destination for excellent food that champions local ingredients and suppliers from Lancashire and the North West. The multi-award winning pub was transformed from a boarded up site five years ago, and earlier this year underwent further refurbishment with the creation of five boutique style bedrooms and new orangery dining area.

Winner of Observer Food Monthly’s ‘Best Sunday Lunch’ in 2013, the pub has won numerous plaudits for its food and unique training programme, which supports marginalised young people into work. Owner Glen Duckett describes the food as ‘quirky, seasonal and with distinct provenance to Lancashire’. It’s this clear identity and passion that has led to award winning success of the socially run enterprise.

Their menu puts a quirky spin on heritage pub classic favourites, such as fish and chips and cheese and onion pie, and also offers more refined dishes such as venison carpaccio, Lancashire Hogget and blade of Bowland beef. Step outside and not only will you find the usual beer garden set-up, but also 14 free range chickens, fruit trees and vegetables and herbs used in the kitchen.

The Eagle and Child pubThe Eagle and Child pub

Eagle and Child, 3 Whalley Road, Ramsbottom, Bury, BL0 0DL

Tel: 01706 557 101, eagle-and-child.com

For your chance to win, simply answer the following question:

To where was Eagle and Child often used as a stay-over during the late 1800’s?

A). Strangeways Prison

B). Piccadilly train station

C). Cotton Mills in Ancoats

The winner will be the first correct entry drawn after the closing date of May 19. The editor’s decision is final. Send your answer on a postcard with full contact details including your email address and mobile number by May 19th to: Eagle and Child competition, Lancashire Life, The Whitehouse, Wilderspool Business Park, Greenalls Avenue, WA4 6HL. Alternatively submit your answer below.

Terms and conditions: Available Sunday to Thursday only. Prize must be redeemed by Thursday 24th August. Prize is valid for 2 adults including continental breakfast hamper. For full terms and conditions please visit our website.

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