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Winners of Cromer Hall Concerts ticket giveaway revealed: find out if you’ve won!

Cromer Hall Concert supporters, from left, Nick Conrad, Benjie Cabbell Manners and Alan Barker, on the field where the performances happen. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Cromer Hall Concert supporters, from left, Nick Conrad, Benjie Cabbell Manners and Alan Barker, on the field where the performances happen. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

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We have had an overwhelming response to our ticket giveaway competition for next year’s Cromer Hall Concerts series.

The Magic of Motown will be part of next year's Cromer Hall Concerts. Picture: Courtesy Cromer Hall ConcertsThe Magic of Motown will be part of next year's Cromer Hall Concerts. Picture: Courtesy Cromer Hall Concerts

And now we can reveal the five lucky winners, who will each receive a pair of tickets to any of the three shows of their choice, and a bottle of prosecco to enjoy on the day.

The winners are Ian Walker of North Walsham, Janet Filby of Felbrigg, Pamela Otway of Bacton, Irene Andrews of Alpington and D. Holgate of Banningham.

Congratulations to the winners and better luck next time to everyone else.

The concerts will take place August 3-5 on Home Park field at Cromer Hall estate, and feature The Magic of Motown, Killer Queen and Abba Revival and the Glenn Miller Orchestra and Classic Car Show.

Killer Queen will perform at next year's Cromer Hall Concerts. Picture: Courtesy Cromer Hall ConcertsKiller Queen will perform at next year's Cromer Hall Concerts. Picture: Courtesy Cromer Hall Concerts

The series follows the first Cromer Hall Concerts held in summer 2017.

Visit www.cromerhallconcerts.com for more details and to book tickets.

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