Win one of three city breaks to Nottingham!

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With an extraordinary history and unique culture, you’re spoilt for choice for amazing things to do and places to see in Nottingham. Home of Sport, City of Literature and boasting an unrivalled food, drink and shopping scene, there’s so much to pack into a trip to the city. We’ve got 3 fabulous breaks for you to win below!  

This competition is now closed.

The winners are: Sherry Mckendrick, Christine Abdy and Elaine Dunlop.

Enjoy bed and breakfast in an executive room for two at the centrally located Crowne Plaza, as well as dinner in the hotel’s Lace Maker restaurant. While you’re out and about, get a taste of the mediterranean with an authentic tapas meal of the day at Baresca.  

Stay in one of the De Vere Orchard Hotel‘s stylish executive rooms for two people, with inclusive breakfast and dinner in the hotel’s Bramley’s Brasserie restaurant. You’ll also get a £50 voucher to spend on the classic French cuisine at Bistrot Pierre

Spend the night in one of the slick modern rooms of Nottingham’s Jury’s Inn and tuck into breakfast and dinner for two at the hotel’s on site restaurant. Take a break from exploring the city with a £30 voucher for the city’s new Griddle & Shake gourmet burger joint. 

 

Posted on 19 December 2016
Featured author: Jessie

Nottingham native and fan of all things music, arts and animal related.

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  • Night out for me and happy would be good

    Posted by Carol
  • What was the name of the winning song please.
    Regards Ellen

    Posted by Ellen Oakley
  • Hi Ellen,

    The song is Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree.

    Posted by Kinga

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