Competition: Win £100 to spend at Spitalfields Market

07:30 22 March 2012

Spitalfields Competition

Spitalfields Competition

Archant

EVERYONE loves to grab a bargain at a market and we’ve got just the prize to help you cash in.

To celebrate St George’s Day, we have teamed up with Spitalfields Market in London to offer five prizes of £100 each. Yes, you read that correctly. Five winners will each get 100 smackers to spend on this compeititon which is going once, twice and will soon be gone.

Old Spitalfields Market is one of London’s finest Victorian market halls. Presenting a three day feast of fun, the St George’s Day festivities will begin on Saturday, April 21. Throughout the weekend, a collection of medieval stalls selling hearty foods, crafts and clothing, will capture the spirit of St George.

On St George’s Day itself, Monday, April 23, travel back to medieval times and take part in craft demonstrations and storytelling, remembering England’s patron saint with a knight and his horse jousting in a public demonstration during the day.

According to legend, Saint George was a soldier in the Roman army who killed a dragon. Join us to relive his story and sample medieval times at Old Spitalfields Market.

Firmly established as a ‘must visit’ London attraction, why not schedule your trip to Old Spitalfields Market, to experience St George’s Day

celebrations.

To enter the competition simply answer the following question.

What date is St George’s Day?

A – April 23

B – May 23

C – June 23

Text TC MARKET followed by your answer (A, B or C), and your name and postcode to 80058.

Texts cost £1, plus your standard network rate. Competition closes on Tuesday, April 3 at 12 noon.

Usual promotion rules apply – visit www.thecomet24.co.uk. Customer services 0207 6335020.

See website for opening hours.

Old Spitalfields Market

London E1 6EW

0207 375 2963

www.oldspitalfieldsmarket.com

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