WIN a family fun day out at The Cornerhouse, Nottingham.


With such excitement and anticipation in the build up to Christmas, the grey days after can leave us all feeling a little bit deflated, especially the children. We’ve teamed up with our friends at The Cornerhouse to help put a smile on their faces with a fabulous day out at Nottingham’s premier entertainment and leisure complex.  Situated in the heart of the city centre and set over three floors, The Cornerhouse is filled to the brim with bars, restaurants and activities for all to enjoy.

Your fun day prize for a family of four will include:

– A meal at Chiquito restaurant

– Passes for The Lost City Golf Adventure

– Cineworld Tickets


To be in with a chance of winning fill in your details and answer the question below.

*Drinks are excluded at Chiquito. Family pass to the Lost City Golf Adventure quantifies as one round of golf. Cineworld tickets to be used by 31 March 2015. Terms and conditions apply.

This competition is now closed. 

Posted on 22 December 2015
Featured author: Kinga

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

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  • there appears to be a problem with your Corner house competition as it will not allow you to enter the correct answer 3 for the number of floors Best wishes Chris.

    Posted by Chris Watkins
  • It won’t let me enter. The answer is 3. It gives the message below:

    Tell us how many floors The Cornerhouse is set over? *



    This field requires a unique entry and ‘3’ has already been used

    Posted by Andrew
  • Hi Andrew and Chris,

    Thank you for letting us know about the technical issue with this competition, we have now fixed the issue. Please retry your entry – everything should be working fine now.

    Many thanks,

    Posted by Tom
  • Sounds like a fun time
    Hope I win

    Posted by Carolyn

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