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WIN! An annual family pass to Wicksteed Park

WIN! An annual family pass to Wicksteed Park
Wicksteed Park, Kettering, is the home of children’s play and combines and the tranquility of a 147-acre country park with the thrills of modern rides and rollercoasters.
The park was founded by Charles Wicksteed, the inventor of the modern-day slide and swing, who had a vision to inspire and encourage play as part of families’ health and well-being. It boasts the largest free playground in Europe and the park’s lake is currently undergoing a £2million restoration, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, to enhance its appeal to the whole family. The park also has some of the UK’s first ever thrill rides and newly-improved facilities for camping and caravans.
We’re offering one lucky family the chance to win an annual pass for all the park’s rides and attractions (including car parking). The pass, for two adults and two children under 16, is worth almost £300.
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For your chance to win just fill in the form and answer the question below:

Terms & Conditions

  1. This competition closes on 13th January 2014
  2. Family of four is two adults and two children under 16. Prize not transferable
  3. This offer is open to UK mainland residents only.
  4. For standard EMP Competition terms and conditions click here


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