WIN vouchers for Nottingham’s Continental Market 2014

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The arrival of an award-winning Continental Market is set to bring an International flavour to the  Old Market Square in Nottingham this April. From Wednesday 9 until Sunday 13 April 2014, a selection of traders from around the world will be offering a mouth-watering selection of global goodies. Shoppers will be spoilt for choice at this free international event.

Examples of some of the traders who will be in attendance include:

  • Coffee trader Jim Davey with his selection of over 50 different types of fair trade coffees, along with Italian traders Tentazioni Uk Ltd, offering their delicious Italian nougat, biscotti and cakes for shoppers to try out.
  • Bella Paella shall be offering Nottingham some delicious Spanish Paella, cooked to their authentic family recipe from Cordoba while Traditional German Schwenkgrill will be bringing an array of German sausages including the infamous Bratwurst.
  • Dutch Flowers on Tour (a very popular part of the offering) will be brightening up the market with an array of plants, shrubs, bulbs and so much more. G and G Global Gift Collection will also be in Nottingham offering beautiful hand carved wooden furniture, carvings, figurines all Fair Trade and ecologically sourced.

If you’re not sure about trying something new, ask for a sample from any of the friendly traders. Visitors are certain to find something unique and tasty from Nottingham’s Continental Market.

To celebrate the arrival of the Continental Market to Nottingham later this month, we are delighted to be able to offer you the chance to WIN vouchers for this year’s event. Working alongside the event organisers, Market Place, we are able to offer five lucky winners £50 worth of vouchers, which you will be able to spend at the event. To be in with a chance of winning this exclusive prize then simply fill out your details below and answer the question that follows. The winners will be chosen on Monday 7th April 2014 and will be notified via email or telephone. Best of luck!

This competition has now closed.

Posted on 02 April 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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