Win A Pair Of Tickets To The South Island Sevens
With nine exciting events across the Island, this summer sees the return of this fantastic Island sporting event - and we've got a number of pairs of tickets to give away for our Hidden members for the elite rugby...
Taking place between July 22 and 23 2023, The South Island Sevens has grown. Presented by Snows BMW, nine entirely different events create a sports festival quite unlike any other. The athlete’s village on the beach is only five minutes from the passenger ferry terminal and two minutes from the hovercraft.
Athletes will find Ryde the perfect hub, with quality rugby pitches and brand new netball courts with a sea view! The NUKU Challenge, SUP, Beach Rugby 5s and Kite Foiling are all on the beach, while Rock2Rock offers the opportunity for everyone to the part. Meanwhile, skateboard and mountain bike are located at two exceptional venues, the Canopy Skatepark and the Isle of Wight Mountain Bike Centre.
Camping is available and is located a six-minute walk from the Beach Venue. Classic buses will also be on hand throughout the weekend to move you around the town.
As part of the weekend festivities, we're really happy to announce we've got FIVE pairs of tickets to offer Hidden members for the elite rugby event on Saturday July 22.
To be in with a chance to win a pair, all you need to do is comment below, telling us who you'd like to take to this Island summer festival with you, and why!
The competition closes on Friday March 31 - best of luck!
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