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Grand Designs Live ticket competition

Section:  Annan and Eskdale, Dumfries and West, Lockerbie and Lochmaben  | Tags: , , ,

DNG Media have teamed up with Grand Designs Live to give you the chance to win one of four free pairs of tickets, worth up to £34 each, to the UK’s leading contemporary home show – Grand Designs Live at the NEC, proudly sponsored by Anglian Home Improvements.

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This exciting event, based on the hugely popular Channel 4 TV show and presented by design guru,
Kevin McCloud, will return for its 13th year, from October 11-15 at Birmingham’s NEC.
With six sections: Build, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Interiors, Technology and Gardens, the show offers visitors a great day out, hundreds of innovative ideas for the home, instructive talks and demonstrations.
Get access to amazing brands launching new products, compare hundreds of products and prices and check out homewares that are not yet available on the high street.
To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets, available for use on Wed 11, Thurs 12 or Fri 13, tell us:
* Who presents the Grand Designs TV show?
Email your entries to fr@dngonline.co.uk, including your contact details and clearly state your email address, by Sunday September 10.
The first correct entries drawn at random wins. All competitions are subject to our terms and conditions which are available on our website www.dng24. co.uk/terms#competitions or upon request. Editor’s decision is final.
*Terms and Conditions:
Your name will be printed on the ticket. Tickets cannot be exchanged for cash, are not transferable and cannot be duplicated.
You must print your own tickets and show them at the entrance to Grand Designs Live on the date you have chosen. Failure to print your tickets could result in refusal of entry. In the event of any dispute, the show’s organisers, Media 10 Ltd have the right to refuse admission. Call the ticket hotline on 0844 854 1348.

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