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Win 'mini Ilkley festival library' of books
2:30pm Friday 14th September 2012 in News
Bookworms across Wharfedale and Aireborough get ready!
Today, the Ilkley Gazette and Wharfedale & Aireborough Observer are launching a fabulous competition to mark the success of the Ilkley Literature Festival.
One lucky reader will get the chance to claim their own ‘mini festival library’ – worth hundreds of pounds – in our competition.
We are giving away a number of the books due to feature at this year’s festival, ranging from Jeremy Vine’s It’s All News To Me, to Hockney – The Biography by Christopher Simon Sykes and Penny Junor’s Prince William: Born To Be King.
More books will be added to the prize during the next few weeks as the build-up continues to one of the country’s biggest literature festivals, so be sure to order your paper for all the latest updates.
Gazette and Observer deputy editor Richard Parker said the prize represented a unique piece of the event.
“This competition is one for true bookworms and lovers of literature,” he added.
“Thanks to the help of people behind the festival, our winner can enjoy the highlights of what will undoubtedly be another brilliant and inspiring event for many weeks and years to come.”
To be in with a chance of winning this fabulous prize, simply tell us the name of Richard Ford’s new book. You can enter in the following ways: By phone – simply call 09011 510225 and leave your answer and details when prompted.
By text – send your text to 80360 starting with GOBOOKS, leave a space, followed by your answer, name and contact details.
Calls cost no more than 51p per call from a BT landline. Calls from mobiles and some other networks may cost more. Texts cost 50p plus your normal operator text charge. Telephone and text voting lines open 14/09/2012 and close 28/09/2012 at 11.59pm. Visit newsquest.co.uk/terms for full terms. Service provided by Newsquest Media Group.