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WIN TICKETS TO THE COUNTRY LIVING MAGAZINE CHRISTMAS FAIR

PUBLISHED: 13:10 21 October 2008 | UPDATED: 15:31 07 September 2010

COUNTRY LIVING MAGAZINE CHRISTMAS FAIR

COUNTRY LIVING MAGAZINE CHRISTMAS FAIR

The Country Living Magazine Christmas Fair is returning to the Business Design Centre (BDC) in London where more than 400 exhibitors from across the UK will take part in the annual Christmas Fair from 12-16 November 2008. This dazzling celebration of the

The Country Living Magazine Christmas Fair is returning to the Business Design Centre (BDC) in London where more than 400 exhibitors from across the UK will take part in the annual Christmas Fair from 12-16 November 2008. This dazzling celebration of the festive season will bring together local and national crafts, gorgeous gifts, unusual home accessories, limited edition ceramics, unique jewellery and stylish clothing along with homemade food and drink which is not available on the high street.

With a traditional Christmas backdrop shoppers can soak up the festive atmosphere of the Fair, choosing from the wide variety of gifts including handcrafted children's toys to traditional decorations such as tree baubles and wreaths - to bring the magic of Christmas into your home.

Bringing the pages of the magazine to life, the festive-themed event will give visitors the perfect opportunity to prepare for Christmas and do their entire shopping under one roof.

We've got 10 pairs of adult tickets to give-away, for your chance to win a pair of tickets simply answer the following question:

Q) Where does the County Living Magazine Christmas Fair take place?

A) Business Design Centre

B) ExCel

C) Earls Court

If you're not one of the lucky winners you can still save up to 30% on tickets by booking in advance. Please call 0844 8480158 or visit www.countrylivingfair.com

Online entry form


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