05 March 2018

Win an Easter Chocolate Hamper

Enter this competition to win an Easter Chocolate Hamper that also includes a Family House & Grounds Day Ticket for a family of four worth £29!

Its very simple all you have to do is either pop into the Gift Shop and leave your email address or email enquiries@burtonconstable.com to say you wish to enter the competition. Please add 'Easter Chocolate Hamper Competition' to the subject line.

We are also giving away three more Family House & Grounds Day Tickets too!

The prize will be drawn after the deadline of Sunday 8th April and the winners will be notified by email.

Competition Terms & Conditions

This is a prize draw and the deadline for entries is Sunday 8th April 5pm.

Applicant must be aged 18 or over and live in the UK.

There is no cash or prize alternative.

Employees or their families may not enter.

Please do not send entries by post, as entry is either via email or on site in the Gift Shop.

One entry per person accepted.

The Family House & Grounds Day Tickets (2 Adults & 2 Children) must be redeemed by Sunday 16th December.

First prize - Easter Chocolate Hamper & Family House & Grounds Day Ticket valid until Sunday 16th December 2018

Second Prize - three lucky winners will receive a Family House & Grounds Day Ticket valid until Sunday 16th December 2018

The prize will be drawn after the deadline and the winners notified by email.

By entering this competition you agree to your email address being added to the Burton Constable Hall & Grounds Subscriber List. You may unsubscribe at any time and your details will not be shared with any other organisation.


Contact Details:

Joy Swift -Visitor Services Manager


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