WIN a Christmas shopping and theatre break in Nottingham

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Shop ’till you drop at intu Broadmarsh Centre & intu Victoria Centre

Enjoyed one of the great events in Nottingham this October?  Why not come back to our great city and enjoy a Christmas treat on us.

Nottingham really comes alive during the festive season as the Old Market Square is turned into a Winter Wonderland where the star attraction is the outdoor ice rink where you can skate among the stars.  Sample mulled wine and roasted chestnuts as you browse the traditional market stalls.

Enter our competition where you and a lucky guest can have a taste of the ‘mince’ pie and experience a festive Nottingham break first hand.

The prize

  • Stay Saturday 5th December 2015 at leading boutique hotel Hart’s, nestled high
    on the ramparts of the medieval castle ina secluded and tranquil location. Enjoy an overnight stay for two with dinner in their newly refurbished restaurant and breakfast in the morning.

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    Enjoy a stay at Nottingham’s Harts Hotel

  • After dinner get on your magic carpet and over to the Theatre Royal for Aladdin. Join in the fun and magic of pantomime at the theatre’s 150th anniversary year production.
  • Whilst here take the opportunity to get your last minute Christmas shoppingdone with a generous £50 shopping voucher to spend at either intu Victoria Centre or intu Broadmarsh Centre.  Immerse yourself in great brands and the Christmas festivities sure to be happening throughout both Centres.

To be in with a chance of winning this this exclusive overnight stay simply fill out the form below and answer the question that follows. The closing date is midnight on Sunday 8th November 2015. Terms and conditions apply.

This competition is now closed.


Posted on 15 September 2015
Featured author: Natalie

Proud to represent the county I grew up in. Travel loving devoted mum of two who carries a torch for the city’s unsung hero, Captain Albert Ball VC.

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  • Chrismas is coming so excited xx

    Posted by Susan Harris
  • Fantastic prize many thanks

    Posted by gloria heathcote
  • What a fantastic prize, keeping my fingers crossed!

    Posted by Susan Wright
  • I would have loved to have won the Tennis prize what a fantastic competition, well done to the winner maybe next time Nottingham’s the most wonderful city to live in would not move for all the tea in China

    Posted by Theresa Freeman

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