It’s back! MINT Polo in the Park will once again bring its trademark blend of quintessential British hospitality and world-class polo action to Hurlingham Park in Fulham, south west London. Blending fashion, retail and gastronomy, MINT Polo in the Park is the perfect introduction to the sport of polo with a quintessentially British flavour, and Girl Meets Dress are thrilled to offer you the chance to win a pair of tickets to Finals Day on the 9th of June!
Now in it’s fifth year, the event is fast becoming an established fixture in London’s social calendar, being the perfect way to kick start the summer season. 2013 sees the addition of the Stella Artois Clubhouse, the Pommery Champagne Garden and the Club Med Kids Zone, joining the usual host of favourites like the PIMMS Bus and the Crown & Corgi Pub to provide a wealth of pitch-side entertainment. For more information visit www.polointheparklondon.co.uk
Formerly the sole preserve of royalty and the upper echelons of society, polo, is experiencing something of an identity shift, and here at Girl Meets Dress we are offering the lucky prize winner to wear one of our dazzling dresses for the finals day. Now, dresses for the races have never been so easier to choose from, with a little help from us here at GMD!
This competition is open to UK residents aged 18 or over. There is no cash alternative to the prize. The winner must claim his/her prize within 4 days of being notified. Failure to do so will result in the prize being forfeited. The competition is not open to anyone associated with MINT Polo In The Park, Ticketmaster or any associated companies.
The winner will receive one dress hire for the day, subject to availability. Travel not included.
Closing date for entry is midnight Monday 3rd June 2013, all entries received after this date will not be counted.
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For how many years has the MINT Polo in the Park been running for?