WIN a family ticket to the Robin Hood Pageant!


Nottinghamshire’s Robin Hood Pageant is an annual event which takes place at Nottingham Castle, showcasing all things Nottinghamshire relating to Robin Hood! This year’s incarnation promises to be as fantastic as ever as you are invited to come down and experience the life and times of Nottingham’s famous outlaw.

The grounds of the castle are transformed with medieval buildings, period characters and an atmosphere that transports you back in time to 12th century Britain. Entertainers will be wandering around the camp to delight you with their many talents, as well as the legend himself, his merry men and King Richard taking his seat in his encampment. And of course, Robin will be in action as he takes part in live jousting tournaments and combat displays. Cheer him on to victory as he takes on the villains of the day!

To celebrate the 2013 pageant, we have two family tickets up for grabs! There’s one ticket allowing entry for the 26th & one on the 27th October. To WIN this amazing prize all you have to do is fill out your details in the form below and simply answer the question that follows. We will announce the winner on 24th October. Best of luck!

Posted on 18 October 2013
Featured author: Tom

Nottingham lad who’s a proud Notts County fan, cheese fiend, chocaholic and loves travelling and music.

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