Win a city break to discover our underground

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IN NOTTS WE LOVE THE UNDERGROUND.

Our city and county is full of caves. From Ice Age cave art at Creswell Crags to Mortimer’s Hole at Nottingham Castle and the City of Caves, we’ve built ourselves around the underground. Uncover centuries of history in a labyrinth of manmade caves, and take your city break to a whole new level.

We’re giving you the chance to win a break in Nottingham for two people including:

All you need to do to enter is send us a photo of one of our posters via Twitter or Facebook. Our One Day in Notts is Never Enough posters are located on the London Underground and at various train stations across the country.

If you spot one, take a quick snap and tweet it @ExperienceNottsor send to Facebook at LoveNotts. Alternatively, you can email us at enquiries@experiencenottinghamshire.com. Don’t forget to let us know which station you were visiting!

The competition is open to all UK residents until midnight Thursday 28 March 2013. The lucky winner will be drawn at random week commencing 2 April and will be informed by no later than Friday 5 April 2013.

The prize (including dates) is subject to availability, full terms and conditions can be accessed via email enquiries@experiencenottinghamshire.com.

Posted on 19 March 2013
Featured author: Dale Web Marketing Officer

A Mansfield lad who likes reading, running and red wine.

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