Daily Festive Nottinghamshire Giveaways – Share to WIN!


This competition is now closed – a list of winners can be found below.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year once again and Robin Hood has got a bag of swag to give-away every day in the run up to Christmas. From festive family days out to go-karting experiences to festival tickets, there’s plenty you’ll want to unwrap here in Nottinghamshire!

All you have to do is keep an eye out for our daily announcements on Twitter and Facebook, then re-tweet or share our posts to be entered into the draw.

We’re also giving away five fantastic stays in Nottinghamshire – the perfect antidote to the post-Christmas blues.

The winners of stay competitions are:

  • Short break at DH Lawrence county – Darren Sharp
    (The Christmas song is – Jingle bells)
  • Short winter break at Sherwood Hideaway – Christine Gillespie
    (The Christmas song is – Driving home for Christmas)
  • Overnight shopping trip to Nottingham – David Pithie
    (The Christmas song is – White Christmas)
  • One of three city breaks to Nottinghamshire – Sherry Mckendrick, Christine Abdy and Elaine Dunlop
    (The Christmas song is – Rockin’ around the Christmas tree)

Take a look at the full list of Robin’s fabulous prizes below!

Team Sport Karting

Race in your own mini Grand Prix for four people at Team Sport Indoor Karting.

Won by @cadilambert on Twitter




You and four friends can try your luck and brainpower at the Logiclock escape rooms.

Won by @samanthapurdie on Twitter



Lost City Adventure Golf

A party of four can explore the Lost City Adventure Golf with a drink for all players.

Won by @skylarwhite2000 on Twitter



Creswell Crags

Glimpse life in the Ice Age with a family ticket to tour the caves at Creswell Crags.

Won by Karina Williams on Facebook



National Civil War Centre

Be transported back to war-torn Newark with four tickets to the National Civil War Centre, including entry to the Great Arab Revolt exhibition.

Won by @ferrerorocker on Twitter


Bolsover Castle

Discover the incredible Heaven Room on a family trip to magnificent Bolsover Castle.

Won by Claire Greenaway on Facebook



The National Videogame Arcade

Explore a world of virtual reality with a family pass to the National Videogame Arcade.

Won by @tuffy1782 on Twitter



City of Caves

You and three others can discover underground Nottingham on an actor lead tour of the City of Caves.

Won by Pamela Haddon on Facebook



Galleries of Justice Museum

A group four can learn about the gruesome crime and punishment system of the past at the Galleries of Justice Museum.

Won by Claire Read on Facebook



Eden Hall Spa

Relax on one of two Eden Hall Spa Days with a glass of Prosecco in hand.

Won by Georgi Moon on Facebook




Nottingham Industrial Museum

Learn about the technologies that once made the city tick with annual pass for Nottingham Industrial Museum.

Won by @Dork_Claire on Twitter




Spend many a happy day at Twinlakes Theme Park with an annual family pass.

Won by Sarah Kerslake on Facebook




Beeston Fields Golf Club

Perfect your swing with one of two three-month memberships at Beeston Fields Golf Club.

Won by @grahamemcdonou1 on Twitter



Robin Hood’s Wheelgate Park

Keep the whole family entertained with an annual pass to Robin Hood’s Wheelgate Park.

Won by @LucyHGillespie on Twitter



The Glee Club

Laugh your way into Christmas with a party night for ten people at the Glee Club.

Won by @stephvsaunders on Twitter



Las Iguanas

Enjoy a sizzling hot meal with cocktails and wine at Las Iguanas for you and five friends.

Won by @Sophie_Cowling on Twitter



Annie’s Burger Shack

Tuck into a Christmas burger for two, washed down with mulled wine or cider at Annie’s Burger Shack.

Won by @sjhodgson94 on Twitter



Palace Theatre

Get the whole family feeling festive watching Jack and the Beanstalk at Newark’s Palace Theatre.

Won by Zoe Haywood on Facebook



The Tropical Butterfly House

Take the family to meet Santa in the enchanted grotto with a pass to Santa, Elves & Sleigh Bells at The Tropical Butterfly House.

Won by @MrsManfalou on Twitter



Lakeside Arts

Meet the mischievous Beasty Baby at an afternoon performance of the Lakeside Arts’ family show.

Won by Janet Woodward on Facebook



Gulliver’s Kingdom

Step into a winter wonderland with family package to Gulliver’s Kingdom festive extravaganza and a family pass for 2017.

Won by @sayhelloflo on Twitter



National Ice Centre

Go for a Christmas family skate and make friends with real reindeer at the National Ice Centre.

Won by Kate Britten on Facebook




The Royal Concert Hall

See The Snowman and Peter and the Wolf brought to life on stage at the Royal Concert Hall.

Won by @rubylou9 on Twitter



Rufford Abbey Country Park

Be treated to a tasty lunch after a winter walk with a £40 meal voucher t0 use at Rufford Abbey Country Park.

Won by Angela Ostler Henry



Wollaton Hall

Explore Wollaton Hall with a twist with two tickets for Cassandra’s Christmas House Tour.

Won by Amanda Reynolds on Facebook



Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre

Warm up with something tasty with a £40 meal voucher to use at the Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre.

Won by Rachel Elizabeth Dixon




The Theatre Royal 

See a January performance of Jack and the Beanstalk with a family ticket to Nottingham’s Theatre Royal panto.

Won by Janine Norton on Facebook



Hodsock Priory

There are ten pairs of tickets to see the snowdrops at stunning Hodsock Priory up for grabs.

Won by various on Twitter and Facebook



Newark Festival

Rock on the riverside with one of two pairs of tickets to Newark Festival.

Won by Claire Lund on Facebook



Bar Esquina

Enjoy a private booth with cocktails and Spanish nibbles and cocktails for six people at Bar Esquina.

Won by @mjt2509 on Twitter




Taste cuisines from around the world with a table for six at Cosmo Nottingham.

Won by Sophie Ault on Facebook




Hart’s Restaurant 

Start off the day in ultimate luxury with a champagne breakfast for two at Harts.

Won by Rebekah Anderson Dawes on Facebook





Tuck into £100 worth of delicious food from Bill’s Restaurant.

Won by Sarah Wilkinson on Facebook




Kelham Hall.

Indulge in afternoon tea for two in the beautiful State Room at Kelham Hall.

Won by Francesca Bonfiglio on Facebook



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Posted on 28 November 2016
Featured author: Jessie

Nottingham native and fan of all things music, arts and animal related.

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