Win a This is Cambridge Cap

Vickers Bicycle Company who produce a mighty fine English Roadster which is handbuilt in Britain have very kindly donated a This is Cambridge cap to the British Family Fayre, a free family day out organised by a normal British family who want to prove that our nation still leads the world in manufacture, farming and production. Sounds like a good thing to us. Take a look here.

It’s organised by the Bradshaw family who have been surviving on only British goods and services and are campaigning to raise awareness of British production. Well it’s good that a bicycle company is involved too, this country has a huge heritage with bicycle manufacturing that is still going strong today. The cap is being auctioned to raise money for the Prince’s Trust.

To take part and try winning the ‘Sunday Best’ cap head over to the British Family Fayre site.

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