Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Get lucky this Valentine’s and win an escape to Lincoln

Many of us aren’t feeling very lucky at the moment, with the UK being in the third National Lockdown, but are you lucky in lockdown love? Here’s how you can become even luckier this year by winning a holiday and prizes to look forward to with your favourite person.

Valentine’s Day is all about showing affection for the one you love, and some even choose this Day to pop the question! This year, one newly engaged couple will win a romantic visit to Lincoln one of the UK’s most historic cities, once lockdown eases and it’s safe to travel and explore.

Visit Lincoln and partners at The Cornhill Quarter are giving away the ultimate romantic experience in Lincoln. This Valentine’s Day you have the chance to get lucky and win £500 worth of prizes, including a city-break staycation and £200 to spend at Lincoln’s newest shopping quarter.

“At Christmas, we bought JOY to Lincoln, and this Valentine’s Day we want to delight one happy couple with some fantastic treats from The Cornhill Quarter,” explains Laura Dunn, spokesperson for the Cornhill Quarter.

“We are giving away £200 to spend in any of our outlets in The Cornhill Quarter, from fabulous fashion to food and a film. This will be a fantastic day and night out to look forward to when the lockdown is eased.”

In addition to the £200, the newly engaged couple will also receive a romantic overnight accommodation with one of Visit Lincoln’s partners, perfect to redeem as a staycation honeymoon or pre-wedding city break preparing for the big day.

Lincoln is a medieval cathedral city with history at its heart and the perfect backdrop for a romantic getaway. Each year it isn’t uncommon to see proposals in the shadow of Lincoln Cathedral or on Lincoln Castle’s walls, or following the #LoveLincoln selfie trail around the city.

As everything is virtual and distanced at the moment, Lincoln is missing the romance, seeing couples’ hand in hand and exploring the city. This year, Lincoln wants you to share the lockdown love and share your secret video proposal.

Here’s how to enter:

To enter the competition, we are asking you to video yourself proposing to your loved ones (don’t worry we’ll keep it a secret until you’ve let your family and friends know)!

Email us a link to your videos to hello@Visitlincoln.com with the email subject – My #LoveLincoln proposal, with the following information:

  • Telling us why that person is so special to you
  • Where you live in the UK
  • What three things are you looking forward to seeing in Lincoln

The competition is open from Wednesday 27th January 2021 until Midnight on Valentine’s Day (Sunday 14th February 2021). The winning couple will be announced on 15th February on Visit Lincoln.com, notified by email and announced publicly – with their video shared on social media.

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