The Cornwall Hotel & Spa is celebrating its tenth anniversary and is looking to share its celebrations with the local community by holding an afternoon tea party.
If you're also celebrating in 2020, either your tenth wedding anniversary or a tenth birthday, you're invited to apply for a pair of tickets to the event. Winners will be chosen and contacted by email at the end of March.
Opened by HRH Countess of Wessex on 8 March 2010, the sixty-five bedroom property was built around the former manor house of the modestly named Moor Cottage, set within 43 acres of parkland. The tenth party celebration - taking place on Monday 25 May - will be hosted in the restaurant in the original part of the manor, built in 1834 by banker Edward Coode, and marks ten years since the hotel welcomed its first guests.
Apply for your tickets today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with 'TENTH TEA PARTY' in the subject title. Remember, to qualify to enter you must also be celebrating a tenth anniversary, either wedding or birthday, in 2020.
How to enter:
Send us an email with
- Your name
- Details of what you're celebrating (10th birthday or 10th wedding anniversary)
- A photo
Closing date for applications: 15th March 2020.
Terms and Conditions for 10th birthday afternoon tea party
- Guests must be celebrating either a 10th birthday or 10th wedding anniversary in 2020
- Winners receive two tickets only
- Children must attend with a parent/carer
- Parent/carer to apply on behalf of child celebrating 10th birthday
- Applications to be sent to Jenny Rendle (email@example.com) - include a brief intro, photo and or/proof of birthday/anniversary
- Application deadline is 15th March 2020
- Successful applicants will be notified using the email address supplied
- A photographer will be present at the event – winning tea party guests will be asked to sign a disclaimer for images to be used for marketing purposes after the event
- There is no cash or credit alternative and the prize cannot be exchanged for its cash value
- Judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into