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To celebrate the official opening of the new Carillon Website and up and their coming 50th show weekend, Carillon Festivals (John & Jackie Romero) are offering 50% off your deposit if you book a weekend stay with them over the next few weeks.
Their September Spectacular Show weekend (20th - 23rd September 2013) line up includes John Mann, Tim Flint, Richard Bower, John Romero and David Thomas. In addition they will also have trade stands, Saturday and Sunday morning movies, a Sunday night Winstons wish raffle, their highly popular Charity Video Horse Racing on Saturday afternoon and are currently organising a trip to the East Sussex National Wurlitzer on the Sunday afternoon.
This special offer means that you can book online now for just £39.50pp (usual price £79pp). Giving a total festival price of £170.50 (usual price £210pp) saving you a massive £39.50pp. This is easily the best deal on a hotel music break in the UK. Please note: Although this is a limited time offer, if you book now you can also book for February at the same price. This is a one time deal, it will not last long (there are a limit to the number of places available at this price) and it cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers. To get your special discount please use the voucher code “50specials” when you book. If you would like more information before booking, please call them on 01323 733700.
The Cumberland Hotel is a great venue and one which has always been very popular with Carillon guests. Eastbourne has a bit of a reputation in the past for parking problems. However, since the inception of Eastbourne’s hotel ticket system, which costs just £1.00 per day, it is now really easy to park. For those with Blue badges parking is free.
Plans are also well underway for their 2014 shows. Top quality artistes such as Andrew Nix, Tony Stace, Elizabeth Harisson, and Kevin Grunhill have already agreed to come and play and they have others in the pipeline for later in the year.
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