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Win an exclusive day-trip, offroad driving, dining and discovering the delights of the Scottish Borders.

The Edinburgh Festival is fantastic but after a morning struggling around town unable to park, get through the crowds to the shop you want, or find a seat in your normally quiet local - even the most fervent fringe go-er can reach the stage where they could cheerfully tell the next street juggler exactly where to stick his balls!

The List has teamed up with the Scottish Borders Tourist Board to give you the chance to escape the Festival - at least for the day.

Less than one hour’s drive from Edinburgh is one of the most tranquil and unspoilt regions of Scotland - the Borders. So while tourists

pack-out the town, you can unwind in stunning scenery, walk, cycle, mountain bike, horse-ride or even try off-road driving, sample great food and get a taste of Scotland's rural history.

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To enter our competition and win this fantastic day trip to the Borders

simply answer the following question and send your name and address on a postcard to: The List Competition, Scottish Borders Tourist Board, Freepost 2193, Jedburgh, TD8 GZY or telephone 0870 6070250 (quoting The List Competition)

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travel to the Borders and transfers between the attractions is not included.

We have an exclusive day trip for two to give away. In the morning you and your partner can try off-road driving in rugged Border countryside or even horse drawn carriage driving with expert instruction from Don Coyote Country Pursuits in Lamancha. Then you’ll head off to the award winning Traquair Arms Hotel, lnnerleithen for a fabulous all expenses paid lunch. Finally, we have included a unique guided tour of Traquair House, Scotland's oldest inhabited home with a tasting of some of the fine real ales made in the tiny brewery located in one of the house buildings.

Hopefully, this day will re-charge your batteries and leave you ready to face the most flamboyant of fire-eaters.

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