East Midlands Chilli Festival – WIN one of five sets of tickets for two!

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The first East Midlands Chilli Festival will be held on the 16th and 17th August at the Newark Showground NG24 2NY.

A great family event for chilli and non-chilli lovers, there is an exciting array of stalls, including an impressive list of East Midlands and UK wide artisans, street food and drinks vendors – something for everyone.

Across the two days, entertainment will consist of East Midlands bands, competitions and demonstrations, whilst on the Saturday evening there will be a music festival.

It’s an event for children too, and for a nominal entry fee, activities such as theatre, workshops, face painting and bouncy castle are FREE. There are also plenty of children’s competitions to keep them busy all day long.

For more information about the event please visit the official Chilli Fest website.

To enter the competition and win a double ticket for this brilliant event simply fill in the form below before 8th August 2014. The winners will be contacted shortly after.

Posted on 11 July 2014
Featured author: Kinga

Addicted to music and learning languages. Loves reading, gardening, travelling and everything new media related.

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