Announcing the winner of our Port Lympne Bubble competition

Not one to pass up the opportunity for a day out, Stuart volunteered to travel down to Port Lympne in Kent to draw the winner of our summer Bubble Room safari competition. From the thousands of entries we received, thirty were chosen at random and placed in a "hat" (actually the case of our favourite travel pillow - the Cabeau!). We filmed the draw from inside the Bubble room itself, which can be seen in our Facebook video above. The winner is in for a real treat - it's just stunning!

We want to say a huge thank-you to all who entered. If you weren't the lucky one this time around, keep your eyes on our Facebook page as we'll be announcing a new competition with a brand new prize next week.



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Posted by Emma
on 13th September 2019

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