THE winners of the Daily Echo Burnbake Forest Lodges competition have been revealed.

Retired publicans Christine and Michael Surtees from Milborne St Andrews will enjoy a three-night stay for four people at Camp Cleavel Tipi Village on the edge of Poole Harbour this summer.

The couple used to run the Dorset Knob pub in Poole before moving on to the Royal Oak in Milborne St Andrew.

Christine correctly answered the question 'What is the name of the heritage railway near Burnbake? The answer was The Swanage Heritage Railway.

She and scores and others answered and Christine's answer was randomly selected as the winner.

Burnbake, based between Corfe Castle and Studland, is opening the village at Camp Cleavel throughout August.

Each tipi sleeps four and comes with an outdoor picnic table, bunting, lanterns and solar lights.

The prize also includes a kayak or stand-up paddle-boarding session for four, a 40-minute on-site massage for one person, a mini family photoshoot and a welcome bottle of bubbly.