Win tickets to The National Home Improvement ShowBy Caroline Cook
September 07, 2012
DIY lovers can learn how to turn their property into a dream home at The National Home Improvement Show.
The show, which is back for its fourth year, gives home improvers the chance to pick up tips from the experts and take part in master classes to learn some of the tricks of the trade.
This year the show will be at a new venue, London’s Olympia, with new features on offer including free interior design classes at The Design School and The Inspirational Interactive Café.
The cafe is a hands-on space which lets people use touch screen pods to pick up top tips and watch case studies from award-winning homes.
Makeover experts Michael Holmes, editor in chief of Real Homes magazine, Julia Kendell, from DIY SOS, and author Roger Hunt will also be on hand at the show to address any DIY issues.
There will also be an advice clinic with 15-minute sessions for people to ask questions about their own projects.
The show runs from Friday, September 28, to Sunday, September 30, and tickets are £12 on the door. To book visit www.improveyourhomeshow.co.uk.
n We’ve got 12 pairs of tickets to The National Home Improvement Show, worth £24 each, to giveaway.
To enter answer the following question:
Which venue will host The National Home Improvement Show for the first time this year?
Send your answer by Monday, September 10, to email@example.com together with your name, address and phone number.