The gardens of Syon House - the home of the Duke of Northumberland - will be transformed by thousands of colourful lights and displays into an 'Enchanted Woodland'.

Once again visitors will be invited to follow a path around the grounds which are illuminated on all sides - and even above - by dazzling displays of light and colour. The estate is tremendously proud of its trees and boasts of having 400 species from all around the world.

The attraction will showcase the Syon House gardens and ensure that adults and children approach of festive season with warm hearts and smiling faces. All the proceeds from the Enchanted Woodland are re-invested in the gardens and its iconic Great Conservatory.

We have five sets of family tickets (2 adults and 2 children) worth £20 to give away which will be valid for the opening weekend of November 21-23. For your chance to win answer the following question:

How many species of tree does Syon claim to have?

 

For more information on the Enchanted Woodland see www.enchantedwoodland.com

Laser show inside the Great Conservatory for Enchanted Woodland at Syon Park
 

UPDATE: The competition has now closed and the winners are as follows:

Katie Gosling, Isleworth

Joel Callaway, Brentford

Natalie Hutton, Harefield

Peter Mahnke, Twickenham

Alison Hagan, Northolt

Congratulations to them and many thanks to all of you who entered.