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Win a Bottle of Gin and Park & Ride tickets with Premier Marinas

Premier Marinas are giving you the chance to win some great prizes as they host a summer competition through Facebook, with prizes including bottles of gin and Park & Ride tickets to the Southampton Boat Show 2017 with complimentary entry!
There are some very simple steps you have to follow, to be within a chance of winning. Those wishing to win are asked to join Premier Marinas’ Facebook group ‘Show Us Your Favourite Place to Anchor Out’ and share images of their top anchorage spots with their location. The images can be of a South Coast anchorage or from abroad – perhaps a hidden gem or a quiet cove, as long as the image is published with the hashtag #FavouriteAnchorage it's a contender for one of the prizes. 
The winners will be announced on the fourth week of every month (20/08 and 17/09) leading up to the Southampton Boat Show. The best photographs as voted by the SBS team will be selected and posted onto their Premier Facebook pages and website.
So what are you waiting for? Get posting and go for the win!
Terms and conditions apply, see Facebook for details.
Contact Information
For further information contact Emily Bradshaw on 01489 885000 or email [email protected]
About Premier Marinas
Premier Marinas owns and operates nine South Coast marinas all based on the South Coast, locations include: Eastbourne, Brighton, Chichester, Southsea in Langstone Harbour, Port Solent, Gosport, Swanwick, Noss on Dart and Falmouth, plus the Endeavour Quay boatyard in Gosport. With over 5,000 berths combined, Premier Marinas strives to be the finest marina operator in the UK, providing first-class boat storage services and quality boatyard facilities at all its marinas.
Premier Marinas is owned by the Wellcome Trust, a global charitable foundation that exists to improve health for everyone. Wellcome has a diversified investment portfolio and a long-term approach to investment, as a result of which it aims to spend around £1 billion a year supporting scientists and researchers in biomedicine, the humanities and the social sciences, and public engagement and education in these fields.