Ideal Home Show - win tickets
IT S the famous, trend-setting show that made home-making a national passion. The Ideal Home Show is returning for its 102nd year, with a new look and 17-day format from March 20-April 5 – and the Recorder has five pairs of tickets to give away. The show
IT'S the famous, trend-setting show that made home-making a national passion.
The Ideal Home Show is returning for its 102nd year, with a new look and 17-day format from March 20-April 5 - and the Recorder has five pairs of tickets to give away.
The show, at Earl's Court, west London, will take visitors through an exciting and spectacular showcase of inspirational living that combines eight different sections into one show, including Ideal Home Improvements, Ideal Village, Ideal Food, Ideal Gardens, Ideal Shopping, Ideal Woman, Ideal Housewares and Ideal Interiors, creating the UK's biggest home show.
This year's event explores the world of home interiors and style, unveiling a series of industry firsts and UK product launches, and offers more interactive features than ever before.
Weekday adult tickets are �15 on the door or �10 in advance, �11 and �9 for over-65s. Weekend adult tickets are �17 on the door or �12 in advance, �13 or �11 for over-65s.
Under-16s enter for free, but must have a ticket and be accompanied by a paying adult.
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To find out how you could win a pair of tickets, see this week's Recorder.