Win VIP tickets to the Wedding Show at Wimpole in October!

A stately home, a huge marquee packed with the very best in local wedding business and the chance to win a free VIP tickets to attend.

The Wedding Show at the Wimpole Estate on October 15 and 16 is the flagship event locally for all brides looking to make their big day as unique as possible. With an expected 100 exhibitors lined up to showcase their services, the two-day show features four catwalk shows each day.

The professional shows have been choreographed by XS Productions - better known for working with Gok Wan on How to Look Good Naked as well as Lisa Snowdon on Britain’s Next Top Model. Local bridal boutiques have clamoured to get their gowns on the runway and an extra special show is promised.

The whole day kicks off at 10am and added attractions for most will be the champagne bar, a scrummy cafe area which is being run by Carringtons of Cambridge as well as vehicles to keep the grooms interested!

We’re giving away five pairs of VIP tickets to the show which means our winners wiill not only get entry to the Wedding Show, but will also receive a goody bag jammed pack with offers and gifts as well as a copy of the amazing 200 page Bride Magazine. And you can choose which day you want to attend - either the Saturday or Sunday.


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If you would like to be in with a chance of winning these tickets, then all you have to do is answer this simple question:

Who is the host of How to Look Good Naked?

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a) Chris Evans

b) Vernon Kaye

c) Gok Wan

The competition closes on July 5. Winners will be chosen at random from all the correct entries received before this date. The tickets are not transferable, have no cash value and can only be used for redemption at the Wedding Show at Wimpole on October 15 and 16, 2011. Goody bags will need to be collected from the venue.

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