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Kent Big Weekend 2018 ballot for free tickets to attractions due to close soon

By Angela Cole

This weekend is your last chance to snap up free tickets to some of the county's attractions for free.

The Kent Big Weekend, an annual giveaway organised by Visit Kent, is in its twelfth year, and offers local people the chance to visit some of the county's top spots for free during the weekend of Saturday, March 24 and Sunday, March 25.

A record breaking 128 attractions have donated almost 18,000 pairs of tickets to the weekend, and activities and experiences on offer include entrance to Leeds Castle, Hever Castle, Dreamland Margate, Dover Castle, Port Lympne Reserve, Howletts Wild Animal Park, Wingham Wildlife Park, the Historic Dockyard Chatham, Rochester Cathedral, Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway and Canterbury Cathedral.

The Kent Big Weekend could put a smile on your face - like these bears at Wildwood
The Kent Big Weekend could put a smile on your face - like these bears at Wildwood

Experiences on offer include close encounters for animal lovers, brewery tours and tastings, high speed boat trips, rounds of golf, river tours and shopping experiences.

Chatham Historic Dockyard is taking part
Chatham Historic Dockyard is taking part

People who live in Kent can bid for tickets to as many attractions as they like right up until Sunday, March 11. Two tickets per household will then be allocated via a random ballot to the lucky winners. There are also some family tickets up for grabs.

To apply for your tickets, visit kentbigweekend.co.uk

You could visit Howletts near Canterbury
You could visit Howletts near Canterbury

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