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Visit Tewkesbury and win an iPad
12:25pm Tuesday 29th January 2013 in News
VISITORS to Tewkesbury's museums and heritage centres during half term could win an iPad.
Gloucestershire Revealed has launched a campaign to encourage families to discover the county’s rich heritage.
There are more than 19 museums, galleries and heritage centres in the county including the John Moore Museum, Out of the Hat, Tewkesbury Abbey and Tewkesbury Museum.
For three weeks, from February 9-March 2, Gloucestershire Revealed is running a competition with the winner receiving an iPad and a Golden Family ticket with free entry for 12 months to the following:
Tewkesbury Museum, The John Moore Museum, Corinium Museum, Edward Jenner Museum, Court Barn Museum, Cotswold Motor Museum, The World of Mechanical Museum, Gloucester Folk Museum, Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum, Gloucester Waterways Museum, Nature in Art, Dean Heritage Centre, Tetbury Police Museum, Museum in the Park and Dean Forest Railway Museum.
Julie Reynolds, of Gloucestershire Revealed, said: “When you live in a county it’s easy to never think of all the great local attractions.
"Our county is full of surprising places to visit and we want to encourage people, especially during the holidays, to discover the treasures that are just down the road."
There will also be a wildlife wire sculpting workshop at the John Moore Museum on February 9. Artist Celia Smith will help youngsters create wire sculptures.
To enter the competition online visit gloucestershirerevealed.co.uk.