DAY 3: Experience Nottinghamshire Advent Calendar

Advent Calendar Day 3

Congratulations to Rebekah Mottishaw, Louise Edwards, Dawn Spencer, Janette Donnelly, & Stephanie Hood who all win a pair of tickets to see Santa at Creswell Crags.

On the 3rd day of Christmas, Experience Nottinghamshire and Creswell Crags,  give to you
5 x pairs of tickets to see Santa in his Ice Age grotto at Creswell Crags Visitor Centre.

Get in the mood for Christmas with a festive family fun day. Activities include FREE children’s crafts, Chrismas music, Festive food, and the chance to meet Father Christmas in his Grotto.
Whilst you’re visiting Creswell Crags, you have the opportunity to enjoy the last few weeks of the Swimming Reindeer exhibition, due to close on 17 December 2012. See a magnificent 13000 year old artefact , on loan from the British Museum. 

Santa will be stationed in his Ice Age grotto during selected dates in December as part of the ‘Winter Wonder Crags’ events. For information or to book tickets to see Santa, please call 01909 720378

To enter the competition answer this simple question

Which period in history, is Creswell Crags’ cave art said to be dated from?

A. Iron Age
B. Ice Age
C. Old Age

Send your … to, and title your email DAY 3 ADVENT ENTRY, leave a comment below OR reply to us on Facebook or Twitter.

Terms & Conditions:
This competition runs on 03 December 2012 from 9am, and will close on 04 December 2012 at 9am. The judge’s decision is final. The chosen winners will be picked at random on  03 December and will be announced no later than 04 December 2012. Tickets are non-exchangeable nor transferable and are subject to availability and at the discretion of the manager. There are five pairs of 2 x tickets to see Santa at Creswell Crags Visitor Centre on one of these selected dates only (8th, 9th, 15th or 16th).

The tickets are offered courtesy of Creswell Crags Visitor Centre.

Visit out Love Notts Facebook Page tomorrow to find out what you can win from the Notts Pole next!

Posted on 03 December 2012
Featured author: Lynzi E-Marketing Officer

Often found roaming the Notts countryside. Spaniel Lover. Stargazer. Sweet tooth.

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