Win a tour of the Waitrose farm, with lunch and fizz included
The 4,000-acre Leckford Estate in Hampshire was purchased by John Spedan Lewis, founder of the John Lewis Partnership, in 1929. Still thriving almost 90 years on, it is now known as ‘the Waitrose farm’, as its produce is supplied exclusively to Waitrose stores across the country.
Here’s your opportunity to visit the estate to learn all about its history, its people, its produce, and its commitment to treading lightly on the environment and treating people fairly.
We have 100 prizes available exclusively for our most loyal customers. Our winners will enjoy a guided tour of the crop areas, dairy viewing gallery, orchards and vineyards, before visiting the stunning Longstock Park Water Gardens. There, they will be treated to lunch in the Farm Shop Café, complete with a glass or two of Leckford Estate Sparkling Brut. They’ll also receive a selection of seasonal produce from the estate to take home.
Please complete the competition entry form below, stating the dates you are able to attend. There will be one competition draw for each day comprising solely of the applicants for that tour day. Winners will be notified after the closing date and two tickets will be offered to each winning entrant. Winners and their guests will be asked to confirm their choice of lunch from a set menu prior to attending.
How many years ago did John Spedan Lewis purchase the Leckford Estate?