Win one of two sets of two free entry tickets to Lustre 2016

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One of the best Christmas shopping opportunities of the year – Lustre returns with a special weekend at Nottingham Lakeside Arts from 12th – 13th November where you will find over 65 of the finest contemporary craft makers selling everything from jewellery, bags and hats to ceramics, glass and tableware.

Each maker has been chosen for the quality and uniqueness of their craft and will be on hand all weekend to talk to you about the ideas and techniques behind their work.

With something to suit every taste and budget and with Christmas just around the corner, this is the perfect opportunity to find a really special gift.

To celebrate Lustre’s 16th year, we’re got 2 sets of two free entry tickets for the whole weekend (entry usually £5 for the weekend, £4 state pensioners). All you have to do to enter, is fill in your details below and answer the question that follows.  Terms and conditions apply.

This competition is now closed. 

 

Posted on 17 October 2016
Featured author: Kinga

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

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