Win tickets to the All About Dogs Show and the Newark Garden Show


Every year, Newark Showground opens its gates for two major events on the calendar at the same time. Both attract huge numbers and both are equally as important to those who attend. The subject matter might be different, but they’re both fantastic days out at one of the largest event spaces in the county.

The All About Dogs Show arrives in Nottinghamshire on the 25th & 26th April and you would be ‘barking mad’ to miss it! It’s not just about taking dogs along to compete, it’s also a great day out for the family and you’re of course welcome to take your own canine companion along with you. Whether you’re looking for hints and tips on keeping your pooch happy, or you want to take part in some of the workshops, competitions and activities on site, there really is plenty to keep everyone entertained.

At the same time, from the 24th – 26th April, you can enjoy the sights and smells of the bfshowwebsize-75_656172956great outdoors at the Newark Garden Show. Whether you’re green fingered and you’re searching for the perfect plants to fill your garden in 2015, looking for ideas and inspiration on where to begin or you simply want to enjoy the displays, this event also makes for a great day out for everyone.

To celebrate these upcoming events we’re delighted to be able to offer you the chance to win tickets to the All About Dogs Show and the Newark Garden Show in a double event spectacular! We have 10 pairs of tickets available and the tickets will allow you entry to both events. So to be in with a chance of winning, simply fill in your details below and answer the question that follows. Closing date is Wednesday 15th April 2015. Terms and conditions apply. Best of luck!

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Posted on 27 March 2015
Featured author: Tom

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

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