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Chance for family to win a Nottinghamshire ‘staycation’

Looking forward to the six-week holidays?

Six long weeks of keeping your little darlings occupied and happy, a little over 42 days to fill with things to do – and all on a budget tighter than a hug from great Aunt Ethel.

If only there was a way to make six of those long summer days more exciting and fun. One day a week for six weeks where you were guaranteed a great time….

Experience Nottinghamshire is searching for a family looking to ‘staycation*’ in Nottinghamshire this summer. We are offering one family the chance of six unique day visits across the county, one a week for the entire summer holidays (based on Nottinghamshire school holiday dates).

The only thing we ask in return? That you document all that fun that you are having so we can all share in it with you: http://news.experiencenottinghamshire.com/win-a-family-staycation-in-nottinghamshire/

Simply send us a ‘digital postcard’ showing us how much you would love the chance to staycation in Notts this year. Why should we choose your family to enjoy our six weeks of summer?

The postcard can be made from a variety of media. From finger paints to fabrics, photographs to sketches, we want to see them all.  All you need to do is send it electronically – either by taking a photo of your creation, or scanning it in. Send the postcard to Experience Nottinghamshire via email at social@experiencenottinghamshire.com , or upload straight to the Love Notts Facebook page, with a few lines as to why your family would love to staycation in Nottinghamshire. You have until Midnight on the 8th July 2012 to enter.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Erin Huckle, PR Manager
Experience Nottinghamshire www.experiencenottinghamshire.com
erin.huckle@experiencenottinghamshire.com / Tel: 0115 962 8300 / 07411 355 293

Posted on 02 July 2012

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