Win a trip for two (and up to three children) along the River Ouse with City Cruises York
Fancy a cruise along the beautiful River Ouse?
Northern Soul has teamed up with City Cruises York to offer one lucky reader the chance to join one of three cruises: York City Cruise, Early Evening Cruise or a Floodlit Evening Cruise. The offer will be valid until the 26 November 2017, and will include two adults and up to three children.
City Cruises York is one of the city’s longest established visitor attractions and has been delivering first class experiences to passengers and guests for more than 30 years. Its cruises include Daytime City Cruises and Afternoon Tea Cruises through to the Floodlit Evening Cruise or even a Party Nights Afloat Cruise which is ideal for hen parties, birthday parties or social events. There’s also a fleet of 14 Self-Drive Red Boats, perfect for family outings exploring the river.
To be in with a chance of winning, sign up to the Northern Soul newsletter (details of how to do this are on the right-hand side of the page) and send an email to email@example.com with the title ‘City Cruises York’.
Closing date: 7 July, 2017
Winners will be picked at random and notified by: 8 July, 2017
To read our Travel Editor’s review of his trip to York, including his experience on a City Cruises York boat, click here.
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