Win a pair of tickets to the Ideal Home Show

17:33 18 February 2013

You could win pair of tickets to the Ideal Home Show

You could win pair of tickets to the Ideal Home Show

Archant

The award winning Ideal Home Show, sponsored by Anglian Home Improvements, is returning to London’s Earl’s Court between March 15 and April 1 2013.

To be in with a chance of winning one of 500 pairs of tickets just tell us;

Alan Titchmarsh will be on hand as the Ideal Gardens Ambassador. In which TV series did he feature in?

A) Ground Work

B) Ground Force

C) Ground Pepper

Competition closes 5pm Mon March 14th 2013. Winners will be selected at random from all correct entries. Competition runs across multiple print publications and online websites. Tickets are non transferable. Please quote Ideal Home Show when entering the competition. Full Archant terms apply.

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