Win a pair of tickets to Grand Designs Live

We have 10 pairs of tickets to the London show up for grabs

Win a pair of tickets to Grand Designs Live
17 April 2012

GSN loves British TV property development show Grand Designs (and presenter Kevin McCloud).

For our non-UK and Australian readers, Grand Designs follows people as they build their own homes – often with big budgets and highly innovative architecture thrown in. Naturally there are plenty of disasters as well as some inspiration along the way.

So we can’t wait for Grand Designs Live, the programme’s contemporary home show which is taking place at London’s ExCeL Centre from 5 to 13 May this year.

We have 10 pairs of tickets, worth £36 ($57, 46), to give away to the first 10 people to retweet this article on Twitter.

The live show is exhibiting hundreds of products and companies, including plenty of exclusives. There will be individual sections for every room in the house as well as gardens, technology, green living and more.

You can find out more about Grand Designs Live at their website. Tickets can be booked online or by calling 0844 854 1348 if you’re not lucky enough to win.

Head over to our Twitter to be in with a chance to win a pair of tickets to Grand Designs Live. All you have to do is retweet the link to this article to be in with a chance of winning. The competition closes on 30 April. Good luck!

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