Hi Listener! Welcome to CSR’s competition page, where a variety of prizes are up for grabs. We offer a range of prizes, local and national, and you could be our next winner! Individual competitions below explain entry requirements:

Simply answer this question and you will be entered into the free draw to receive one of our fabulous prizes!
Who is the current Archbishop of Canterbury?

A) Justin Welby

B) Justin Trudeau

C) Justin Timberlake


First Prize – Two weekend tickets (RRP £54.50 each) for We Are FSTVL. The festival runs from the 26th-28th of May in Upminster, Greater London and features artists such as Katy B, Sigma, Maya Jane Coles, Giggs and Dizzee Rascal (and many others). The festival has won many accolades including Best New Festival, Best Medium Sized Festival and Best International Festival, as well as selling out in 2016.
For more information visit their website:

Second Prize – Three course dinner for two and a circus show (RRP £50) at Chromos, Canterbury’s newest hot spot.
For more information or to look at a menu visit their website:

Third Prize – An Alberrys Cocktail Evening. Your party will receive either four jugs of cocktails or one bottle of spirits on the house.


The rules are simple:

· One entry per person
· You must be over 18 years of age.
· Send your full name and your answer
· Send your message to and send it from an email address you check regularly, or attach the address of one you’d prefer a response to in the event of winning a prize.
· Competition closes Friday 31st of March and winners will be chosen over the following weekend. They will then be notified and announced on Monday and have a week to respond, before the prize is reallocated.

Good luck!

Win with Dear Reader and Waterstones Canterbury!
Win a copy of Sebastian Barry’s Days Without End

Host Jessica Stone wants to know what you, dear reader, think about book clubs. In one? Have an idea for a great one? Email and tell her either about your current book club or what your ideal one would look like. The selected winner receives a copy of Sebastian Barry’s highly lauded Days Without End, courtesy of Waterstones Canterbury. Open to anyone in the UK or Ireland.

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