Visit local heritage sites and museums in Berkeley and Wotton-under-Edge at half term to win an iPad

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VISITING Berkeley and Wotton-under-Edge museums during half term could net you an iPad, thanks to a county-wide competition.

Gloucestershire Revealed has launched a campaign to encourage families to discover the county’s rich heritage.

An exciting competition will run for three weeks from Saturday, February 9 to Saturday, March 2.

Visiting more than 19 museums, galleries and heritage centres in the county - including the Wotton Heritage Centre and Dr Jenner's House in Berkeley - will enter visitors into the competition.

The lucky winner will receive an iPad and a Golden Family ticket which gives free entry for a year to a host of museums including the Gloucester Waterways Museum, Nature in Art, Dean Heritage Centre and Tetbury Police Museum.

Julie Reynolds, of Gloucestershire Revealed, said it was easy to forget about local attractions.

She said: "Our county is full of surprising places to visit and we want to encourage people, especially during the holidays, to discover the treasures that are just down the road."

You can also enter the competition online at

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