Just a stone’s throw from Billingborough is the lovely hamlet of Horbling. Worth a visit not least because of the friendly and charming pub - The Plough Inn. Open every day The Plough serves great real ales and fabulous food. Landlady Lou-lou is usually on hand with a friendly face and lots of banter!
The Plough Inn is very proud to announce the arrival of their new chef Dan last month. He will work alongside Nathan and together they will deliver not only mouth-watering dishes full of taste but excellent value for money to boot! Get down to the Plough Inn at Horbling for some homemade food that’s locally sourced. They also provide an OAP menu. Kids and dogs (with well-behaved owners) are very welcome.
To be in with a chance of winning a 2 course meal for 4 with a bottle of wine up to the value of £60 answer this question: Which village near Bilingborough is The Plough Inn situated? There is a Quiz at The Plough Inn at 8pm every Sunday with a cash prize.
Closing date for entry is the 16th September and the lucky winners will be notified by the 19th September. Good Luck! No cash alternatives given. Enter via our form below. Terms and conditions are available here
Sleaford’s own Malcolm Moyes revives the hilarious danger and mayhem-causing adventures of Arry Trumper with his third book ‘The Boy Who Preferred Not to Exist.’ Specially aimed at young adult readers, Malcolm is hoping this book will be well received.
Judge for yourself as we are giving away 2 copies of this book. Simply look for the publisher’s logo elsewhere in the magazine and tell us the page you find it on.
The story follows Arrys desperate attempts to evade the petty tyranny of his parents by choosing, it seems, not to exist. Other children hail Arry as a legend, to the annoyance of their parents. There are many irritating and subversive characters that are all seeking legendary status in their battle to outsmart Tracey and Carl Trumper.
Malcolm Moyes has published work in a range of different genres. He is equally at home writing academic texts as he is with being a football columnist and fanzine editor.
PUBLICATION DATE 28th June 2018. ISBN: 9781789010138 Price: £7.99 Published by Troubador Publishing Ltd.
To be in with a chance of winning the book 'The Boy Who Preferred Not to Exist' please find the publishers logo somewhere within this month’s magazine and submit your answer on the form below. Closing date for entry is 10th September and the lucky winner will be notified by 12th September. Good Luck! No cash alternatives given. On line entry plus full terms and conditions are available here