Attractions join forces

PUBLISHED: 08:40 21 August 2008 | UPDATED: 22:13 15 June 2010

SOME great days out are up for grabs as three of Honiton's attractions join forces.

SOME great days out are up for grabs as three of Honiton's attractions join forces.Honiton library, Allhallows Museum and the Thelma Hulbert Gallery are all running a competition that invites book fans to identify famous literary characters.Pictures of fictional heroes are on display along the walls at each location, and entry forms are also available at all three venues.Among the prizes are five tickets to Cricket St Thomas Wildlife Park, two tickets to Exmoor Zoo, two family tickets to Weymouth Sea Life Park and a family ticket to Pecorama, Beer.As part of the joint promotion, library users will get free entry to Allhallows Museum, on production of their library card.Equally, visitors to the museum will get five free reservations or two free DVD loans on production of their admission ticket at the library.There will also be a display of favourite book choices in each venue, selected by local people in the public eye, for which the library will give a free reservation.Councillor Roger Boote said: "We are very proud of the team work that is going on and the recent rise in popularity of the Thelma Hulbert Gallery."Councillor Sheila Hobden, Devon County Council's executive member for culture, said: "Libraries play a crucial role in all our Devon towns. "It is great to see these local attractions working so well together and offering such an excellent opportunity for local people."The promotion will run until Saturday, August 30.


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