The Gallery is pleased to offer a prize for this competition of a limited edition signed print of the winners choosing by artist Jilly Oxlade-Arnott worth £55. Worcestershire’s Vale and Spa teams up with Free Radio and local retailers to offer the chance to win some amazing prizes this Christmas. Including a limited edition signed print from The Gallery!
Free Radio competition live
Win this Christmas with Worcestershire’s Vale & Spa!
Follow the link below to see the live video:
An experience you won’t forget
With the three towns of Droitwich Spa, Evesham and Pershore together with nearly 100 villages and hamlets including the beautiful Broadway, visitors can be forgiven for not having explored all the year-round wonders available to them. It’s an area of sheer diversity; not only in its surroundings, but also with its offering meaning it’s a perfect visitor destination.
Whether it’s the award-winning idyllic parks set within close proximity to the wonderfully characteristic towns, or the high streets boasting an array of independent shops offering a unique shopping experience; the escape from the hustle and bustle of major cities is one to be cherished and enjoyed.
The rural nature of the district makes it an ideal setting for walkers and cyclists alike, whilst the area being a horticultural haven makes local food and drink produce a ‘must taste’ experience. Waterways lovers will be spoilt for choice with the River Avon meandering through Evesham and Pershore, and with the canal in Droitwich Spa, boat trips on the water are a must for a relaxing time.
A visit to Worcestershire’s Vale & Spa this Christmas will be an experience you won’t forget, and hopefully one that will make you want to return again and again!
Our ‘Win this Christmas with Worcestershire’s Vale & Spa’ competition with Free Radio Herefordshire & Worcestershire is live too. Thank you so much to all the businesses that have contributed – we’ve gathered a whopping £1,000 worth of prizes! Please share this with your friends and let them know they can enter on Free Radio’s website.
Follow the link below to see the Free Radio video