A day at the races - Catterick Racecourse
Join us for an action packed afternoon of flat racing at Catterick Racecourse with a 7 race card featuring the 2017 Catterick 12 Furlong Series Final!
Free children's entertainment will also be available alongside the racing on the day.
Celebrating a special occasion? Why not make it a day to remember with one of our race day hospitality packages!
Please contact the racecourse office on 01748 811478 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or click here
For a chance to win a pair of tickets fill in the form below, we will pick 5 winners on the 20th September.
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Teddy Bears' Picnic
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Joséphine Bowes - The Woman of Fashion
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Turkish Tulips - The Bowes Museum
An exquisite and engaging trail, linked to items from the Museum collection, viewed through the eyes of contemporary artist Gavin Turk in collaboration with other renowned British artists including Damien Hirst, Cornelia Parker, Sir Peter Blake, Fiona Banner, Matt Collishaw, Adam Dant and Yinka Shonibare MBE. In an interactive experience which challenges visitors to see things in new ways, the familiar becomes the unfamiliar as the tulip’s role in history is played out in a tale of romance, beauty, obsession, inequality, and extravagance.at The Bowes Museum