WIN Tickets to the East Midlands Flower Show at Newstead Abbey

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Move over Chelsea, the first ever East Midlands Flower Show is being held here in Nottinghamshire  – and we’ve got a two pairs of tickets to giveaway.

On the 25th – 26th June 2016, the breathtaking grounds of Newstead Abbey will be transformed with impressive gardens designed by local nurseries, horticultural colleges and landscapers. Alongside beautiful exhibits, you’ll find seasonal plants, gifts and garden furniture to take home to your own garden in the Home & Garden marquee, as well as local food and drink to indulge in on the day.

The Abbey is the ancestral home of notorious romantic poet Lord Byron and is one of Nottinghamshire’s most popular heritage sites, with extensive parkland including woods, lakes and a beautiful Japanese Garden.

Tickets to the show cost £10 per person and gardening lovers can take advantage of  early bird tickets for £8, available until 10 June 2016. Under 16’s are admitted free. Click here to find out further details.

To be in with a chance of winning tickets for either Saturday or Sunday entry to the show, simply fill in the form below before 17th June 2016 Terms and conditions apply.

 

 

 

Posted on 07 June 2016
Featured author: Jessie

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

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