WIN four tickets to Ladies Day at Southwell Racecourse

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It’s one of the classiest events in the calendar at Southwell Racecourse and is always eagerly anticipated by organisers and attendees alike. Ladies Day returns to the racecourse on the 17th August 2014 and the glamorous event is set to be another memorable occasion. Dress in your finery for a chance to win a plethora of prizes, whilst you’re entertained with some fabulous racing and live music. Performing live after racing will be the exceptional Take That Experience, entertaining guests into the evening on this fantastic race day.

There are FOUR exclusive packages remaining on sale for Ladies Day, including; Prosecco Premier Package (Premier Enclosure entry included), Alfresco BBQ Package (available to group of multiples of 4 only), Parade Ring Marquee Restaurant Package (only available via telephone booking) and the Pink Package. Full details and pricing for these packages is available on the Southwell Racecourse website.

To celebrate this fantastic event, we’re delighted to be able to team up with the guys at Southwell Racecourse and offer you the chance to win four tickets for this year’s Ladies Day for you and three of your friends to get dressed up for a day at the races! All you have to do to enter is fill out your details below and answer the question that follows. All correct answers will be entered into a hat and one lucky winner will be selected at random. Closing date for entries is midday on Friday 8th August and we will notify the winner on the same day.

Best of luck!


Posted on 22 July 2014
Featured author: Tom

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

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