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WIN A National Trust Entry Pass To Celebrate The Release Of Shaun The Sheep The Movie!

06/03/2015 10:07 | Updated 20 May 2015

THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED

Win a National Trust family entry pass to celebrate the release of  Shaun the Sheep The Movie!

Aardman Animations' Shaun the Sheep The Movie is in cinemas now, and to celebrate, we are giving 10 of you the chance to win a family entry pass (two adults and two children or one adult and three children) that you can use to access a National Trust property of your choice! For a list of activities, visit Nationaltrust.org.uk/visit/activities.

The National Trust has put together a great list of family outdoor adventures, 50 things to do before you're 11¾, and Shaun the Sheep has teamed up with the charity and picked his ten favourite activities from the list. From climbing a huge hill, to making a mud pie and creating some wild art, this half term Shaun is encouraging kids to get mucky, discover their wild side and get closer to nature.

From Aardman, the creators of Wallace & Gromit and Chicken Run, comes the highly anticipated big screen debut of Shaun the Sheep. When Shaun decides to take the day off and have some fun, he gets a little more action than he baa-rgained for! Shaun's mischief accidentally causes the Farmer to be taken away from the farm, so it's up to Shaun and the flock to travel to the Big City to rescue him.

Will Shaun find the Farmer in the strange and unfamiliar world of the City before he's lost forever? Join Shaun and the flock on their hilarious, action-packed adventure in Shaun the Sheep the Movie –in cinemas now.

You can watch the trailer on YouTube and find out more by visiting the Shaun the Sheep Facebook page at Facebook.com/shaunthesheep and Twitter page at Twitter.com/shaunthesheep for the latest updates!

For your chance to win a family day pass to The National Trust, enter your details below before 10am on March 6. Some properties are excluded - please see full terms and conditions for reference.

Good luck!

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