WIN! a pair of tickets to the All About Dogs Show

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COMPETITION NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ENTRIES.

Pets can bring their owners to the annual All About Dogs Show on 20 – 21 April at Newark Showground. With a range of dog showing classes, amazing agility shows and plenty of pet products to pamper your pooch, you’re bound to find something to get your dog’s tail wagging!

To win one of five pairs of tickets to the show; answer the following question.

Which breed of dog shares a name with one of Nottinghamshire’s country parks?

A. Rufford Spaniel
B. Clumber Spaniel
C. Annesley Spaniel 

Send your answer A, B or C to social@experiencenottinghamshire.com, and title your e-mail NOTTS DOGS COMPETITION.
The competition closes on Friday 12 April at 10am. Winners will be contacted no later than Friday 12 April at 5pm. Tickets are for entry to ONE DAY of the show ONLY. Tickets are offered courtesy of Aztec Events and entry to the show comes at the discretion of Newark Showground. Tickets cannot be exhanged, refunded or transferred.

Don’t miss the Newark & Notts Garden show too, on 19 – 21 April. Find out more details about the upcoming show, here.

Tickets can be purchased on the gate on the day of the event. To buy discounted tickets online see www.aztecevents.co.uk.

Terms and conditions apply. To obtain a copy of the full terms and conditions for this competition, please email social@experiencenottinghamshire.com

Picture Credit: Aztec Events

Posted on 10 April 2013
Featured author: Lynzi E-Marketing Officer

Often found roaming the Notts countryside. Spaniel Lover. Stargazer. Sweet tooth.

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