Port Merion is one of the most unusual, idiosyncratic places in the UK.
A mixture of rolling Welsh countryside and continental architecture acquired by an illusive businessman, the town earned its cult status after being used as the location for cult 60s drama 'The Prisoner'.
With its beautiful setting and unique location, Port Merion found itself back at the centre of attention last summer when Festival No. 6 rolled into town.
An eclectic, tastefully chosen event, it's mixture of indie and electronics won near universal praise. Returning for a second instalment next weekend (September 13th - 15th), Festival No. 6 has just announced a partnership with Rekorderlig.
The Swedish brand has stepped in to offer Clash readers a very special prize, mixing live music with some of their award winning produce. Up for grabs are three pairs of tickets to Festival No. 6, alongside a special festival pack from Rekorderlig.
The pack contains:
2x cases of Wild Berries Rekorderlig (four cans per case)
1x purple Rekorderlig blanket
1x pair of Rekorderlig sunglasses
1x Rekorderlig waterproof poncho in red
1x Rekorderlig Tote Carry Bag
Sound nice? Well, to stand a chance of winning just name your favourite flavour of Rekorderlig and Clash will choose the three best entries.
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