Win! Hardwick trip worth £350

Hardwick Hall
Hardwick Hall

THE opening of the new £6.5m Stableyard Complex has brought an exciting visitor experience to Hardwick Hall and to celebrate we are giving you the chance to win a Hardwick Experience - worth £350.

We have teamed up with the National Trust to offer one lucky the reader the chance to win an unforgettable experience from the following:

The Hardwick Experience

The Hardwick Experience

l A Stone Carving Day for two: learn traditional stone carving techniques from Hardwick Hall’s resident stone mason and create a decorative piece to take home;

l An Autumn Kitchen Masterclass for two: join Hardwick’s chef for a half day masterclass where you’ll cook up delicious delights in the Old Kitchen;

l Two Behind the Scenes Tours for two: enjoy the opportunity to explore behind the scenes at Hardwick, the parts that visitors never get to see, with an expert guide.

Hardwick is an Elizabethan masterpiece, whose stuning houses and beautiful surroundings have been created by a cast of thouands.

It was the formidable Bess of Hardwick who first created Hardwick in the late 1500s. In the centuries since then her descendants, farmers, gardeners, builders, decorators, embroiders and craftsmen of all kinds have contributed and made Hardwick their creation.

For further information about the Hardwick Experience and Stableyard visit 01246 850430 or www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hardwick/.

To win simply answer the question below and state which prize you would like to receive (Stone Carving Day, Autumn Kitchen Masterclass or Behind the Scenes Tour).

Q) How much did Hardwick Hall’s new Stableyard Complex cost?

A) £3m

B) £6.5m

C) £10m

Send your answer, plus choice of prize, to competitions@worksop-guardian.co.uk or by post to: The Worksop Guardian, 21-27 Ryton Street, Worksop, Notts S80 2AY.

The closing date for entries is Friday 18th May.

We will contact the lucky winner by telephone so do not forget to include a day time contact number.

Normal Guardian competition rules apply.

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