Free tickets still on offer
There is still time to bag free tickets for a great day out in
A record 92,000 applications were entered in the My Kent Big
Weekend ticket ballots, and more than 17,000 free tickets to 123
attractions across the county have now been sent to the lucky
The most requested destinations included Wingham Wildlife Park
(pictured), Leeds Castle and Diggerland.
But there is hope for those who weren’t successful, as the
website is now offering leftover tickets on a first come, first
served basis and will remain open for business until midnight on
Monday, March 18.
Sandra Matthews-Marsh, chief executive at Visit Kent, said: “The
huge demand for My Kent Big Weekend tickets this year means that
lots of people have been disappointed.
“So we have made it really simple for any winners who now find
they can’t use their free tickets to put them back on the site.
“And there is a quick link for everyone still seeking tickets to
browse through the additional tickets and download them immediately
– all on a first come, first served basis. Any unwanted tickets can
be re-allocated to the website or downloaded until midnight on
Monday. So until then it’s certainly worth looking at the website
regularly to see what is available.”
My Kent Big Weekend is taking place on Saturday,
March 23 and Sunday, March 24. Visit www.mykentbigweekend.co.uk
for more information.
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