Your chance to win a limited edition board game featuring famous properties
Ever fancied buying Hardwick Hall or the glorious gardens of Stourhead? Now you can. The National Trust has produced its very own limited edition Monopoly board game, replacing Mayfair with Lyme Park in Cheshire and Old Kent Road with Sir Paul McCartney's childhood home, 20 Forthlin Road in Liverpool. We have 10 sets (worth £25) to give away. In all, 26 properties and places from across England, Wales and Northern Ireland feature in the board game, including beaches, a light house, the Giant's Causeway and Sir Winston Churchill’s family home. The National Trust Monopoly is available in National Trust shops and online.
To win one of our sets, buy the January issue of BBC Homes & Antiques. Subscribe now