Free Wedding for One Lucky Key Worker!
FREE WEDDING WORTH £5K UP FOR GRABS FROM PRINCES THEATRE FOR LUCKY KEY WORKER
A free wedding is up for grabs for one lucky engaged key worker through a competition from the Princes Theatre.
Princes Theatre Weddings make couples’ big day very special, and want to reward the hard work and dedication of those designated key workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
One lucky couple will receive exclusive use of the Princes Theatre venue for their wedding or civil partnership, including the special effects package. Also included in the prize is a hog roast, welcome drinks, decorations, evening entertainment and bespoke save the date cards and invitations.
The ceremony will be open to the couple and up to 100 guests.
Princes Theatre Weddings, supported by Two Hearts Catering and Décor Hire, is offering up the prize to recognise the efforts of key workers.
Alex Porter, Cabinet Member for Leisure and Tourism at Tendring District Council – which runs the Princes Theatre – said it was lovely way to show our appreciation.
“Having been so busy during the past few months, there may well be key workers out there who have not been able to plan for their wedding, and we hope our prize will help them and take much of that stress away,” Cllr Porter said.
“We can’t wait to help a key worker – whether it be a nurse, refuse worker, teacher or someone else – and their partner celebrate their special day in the biggest way possible with the Princes Theatre.
“Although we can only offer up one prize, we hope this token of appreciation shows our thanks to those who have been on the frontline keeping the country running and us safe during these difficult times.”
For full details, as well as terms and conditions, and to enter the competition go to https://princestheatre.co.uk/win-a-wedding/ – entries close on July 4, and the winner will be chosen at random.
For more information on this news release contact Tendring District Council’s Communications Manager Will Lodge on 01255 686338.
Attached image shows the Princes Theatre set up for a wedding.