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Were you among the winners of our Starlight Concerts ticket giveaway?

Ben Bowman performing as Michael Jackson. He will be one of the star attractions at next year's Cromer Hall Starlight COncerts. Picture: BEN BOWMAN

Ben Bowman performing as Michael Jackson. He will be one of the star attractions at next year's Cromer Hall Starlight COncerts. Picture: BEN BOWMAN

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Five lucky readers have each won a pair of tickets to one of three Starlight Concerts taking place at Cromer Hall.

The Wild Boys on stage playing 80s hits. They will be one of the star attractions at next year's Cromer Hall Starlight COncerts. Picture: THE WILD BOYSThe Wild Boys on stage playing 80s hits. They will be one of the star attractions at next year's Cromer Hall Starlight COncerts. Picture: THE WILD BOYS

Our competition, run in partnership with the shows’ organisers, gave entrants the chance to choose which show they wanted to see, out of Motown and Michael Jackson on August 2, Back to the Eighties on August 3 and A Country Night in Nashville on August 4.

The winners are: Lynette Webster from Holt, Mrs S Hicks from Skeyton, Dianne Tabott from North Walsham, Rita Serulus from Hoegaarden in Belgium and Emma Chester from Norwich. Congratulations!

The concerts start 6pm-7pm and take place on the grounds of Cromer Hall, which overlooks the seaside town. There are two and three-night tickets available, and children’s tickets are £1. Emma Brayne, operations director, said: “We had two amazing sell-out nights last year, and I can’t wait for the magic to return this summer”. For more information, or to book, visit www.starlightconcerts.co.uk

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