Win a weekend of wellness with tickets to Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival, an overnight stay for two at Eden Locke and Pure Gym membership
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.
Congratulations to our winner, Lindsey Kettles.
It’s almost impossible to go into January without thinking about new beginnings, inevitably leading us to address our waistlines, contemplate our activity levels and consider our general health and wellbeing. But where do we start? Enter Edinburgh’s first ever wellbeing festival set to take place in the city's Assembly Rooms on 27 & 28 January - and you could win tickets with an overnight stay and gym membership to boot.
Stay in the beautiful Eden Locke apartments on the city's historic George Street, just a hop skip and jump from the Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival, where you'll have weekend tickets to enjoy a huge programme of classes, markets and talks by some of the biggest names in health and fitness, from Michelin starred chef Tom Kerridge and Shona Vertue to global influencers Chloe Madeley and Jasmine Hemsley of Hemsley + Hemsley fame.
Once you've soaked up all the inspiration at the festival, you'll also be treated to signed books from Chloe Madeley and Jasmine Hemsley and one month's membership to Pure Gym - the perfect way to get 2018 on the right track to a better, healthier lifestyle.
One lucky winner will win a wellness package worth £398, including two weekend tickets to the Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival 2018, an overnight stay for two at Eden Locke, Edinburgh, signed books from Chloe Madeley and Jasmine Hemsley and one month's membership to Pure Gym (various locations).
For your chance to win, simply enter your details below by 22 January 2018.
Terms and conditions
One night stay at Eden Locke to be claimed by 31 July 2018, subject to availability. Stay cannot be used over Rugby Internationals, Bank Holidays or the Royal Highland Show. There is no cash alternative. The prize is non-transferable and cannot be sold on for financial gain. In the event of developments outside its control, the promoter reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value.