#WIN One of THREE Pairs of Tickets to the @FoodiesFestival Christmas

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foodies festival christmas competitionIt’s that time of the year when Tesco beats Harrods on the Christmas decoration for the home, Morrison’s kills the competition with their festive feast and Fortnum’s trumps the lot with the most perfect Christmas for young and old. That doesn’t make it any easier to buy for my husband, nor he for me (I’m thinking of an ultimate buying guide or something as a way of leaving hints).

Well, if you’ve got a foodie in your life as well, I highly recommend heading down to the Truman Brewery for the Foodies Festival Christmas from Nov 28 – 30th. Not only will you be able to pick up some ace tips on preparing the perfect foodies heaven Christmas feast, but you can try all sorts of whisky’s, beers and other spirits while shopping for that perfect foodie gift.

However the thing I may be looking forward to the most is the LIFE SIZED GINGERBREAD HOUSE! WOW! Every kids dream! I can imagine trying to eat that with my 6-year-old nephew – HEAVEN! And we’d likely only manage a door knob 😉

As with all the Foodies Festivals, there is a VIP option to get in to the masterclasses early, get a glass of bubbly and take away a goodie bag. Always a fun treat and for £48 you get somewhere to sit, refreshments and a much easier time of it – save me a seat at the tastings 😉 I think though the best value might be the 3-day pass which is £28. No champers, no seating area, but access to the show on all 3 days to access to those masterclasses.

You can BUY TICKETS HERE but you wanna win a pair of tickets? I have THREE PAIRS of tickets for whatever day you want to go! To enter follow the Rafflecopter instructions about leaving a special kind of comment. You’ll get extra points for tweeting, facebooking and instagramming to check the widget and enter now!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Dems da rules:
1.The competition will finish at midnight GMT on Saturday the 22nd of November 2014.
2.The selection of winner will be selected by Rafflecopter and verified by hand to ensure entry complies.
3.Only available for the 2014 Foodies Christmas Festival at the Truman Brewery.
4.No cash alternative available.
5.I reserve the right to exclude entries that I feel are inappropriate (for example, change the tweet or do not leave the minimum 10 words) or are not in the spirit of the competition.
6.I reserve the right to remove entries that I believe aren’t human created or are an attempt to gain an unfair advantage such as automated entries.
7. Your email address will be needed so that your tickets can be arranged for you as the Foodies Festival will be mailing them to you.

About Judith Lewis

Editor and chief blogger at Mostly About Chocolate. Expert SEO. judge at various chocolate awards, wine awards, and all the Search Awards. Judith is passionate about food, wine, and travel.

16 Responses to #WIN One of THREE Pairs of Tickets to the @FoodiesFestival Christmas

  1. nic o'demus says:

    exploring in the still-dark house, with torches we’d just unwrapped, finding other presents…!

  2. vincent g says:

    favourite xmas memory is cooking our first xmas dinner in our new home back in 2008 and having the family round to celebrate and let them relax for once.

  3. Mr Danny Cox says:

    Having a meal with three meats in the main course and feeling bloated for at least 3 hours afterwards… what a day!

  4. Lesley Smith says:

    Unwrapping all my pressies & carefully doing them all back up again while Mum & Dad were at Bingo weeks before Christmas!!

  5. Matt Brand says:

    Having a meal with three meats in the main course and feeling bloated for at least 3 hours afterwards… what a day!

  6. Jed Harper says:

    Getting a 6ft snooker table as a Christmas present was amazing!

  7. keren Mary Curran says:

    Spending it for the last time with my father before the millennium

  8. georgie says:

    eating tomato soup for breakfast on xmas day when i was a kid

  9. Emma Wolski says:

    Waking up and the waiting for people to awaken themselves to open presents and thinking its about 8am when it’s still 0200! Then we had to wait for mum to have a cup of tea and pop the veg in for dinner! The anticipation a nightmare but also used to be the best buzz!

  10. Michelle Rayner says:

    My daughter wasn’t sure about Father Christmas and her dad told her that Rudolph had woken him by licking his face so she went into school and told the person that had told her he didn’t exist that he must do because RUDOLPH LICKED DADS FACE

  11. Emma Ferguson says:

    Creeping into my mums bedroom and getting a new game out. Playing with it and then popping it back in its packaging. My mum could never work out why I was so good at playing it on Christmas Day lol

  12. trevor linvell says:

    Waking up really early to feed the neighbours cat, before coming back and waiting for my family to wake up so we can open our presents!

  13. Denise says:

    Memory has to be baking christmas biscuits with my mum, I can still smell the cinnamon

  14. Silvia Vasile says:

    My family and I are such foodies, we would love to win some tickets to this amazing venue. And you gave me a great idea about what to do with my boyfriend and his niece when we go there, we will definitely be very excited about the gingerbread house as well and we would also attempt to eat it…yum yum <3

  15. Looking with my daughter out of her bedroom window on Christmas eve to see if we can spot Santa, before tucking up a very excited little girl in her bed.

  16. Nancy Bradford says:

    When I was about four my parents gave me a red metal wagon and it ended up being one of the best toys ever.

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