Chance to win wine, beer and cheeses
THE Bishop’s Eye wine bar celebrates its first anniversary in July – and to mark the occasion, it is offering amazing prizes to two lucky Wells Voice readers in a special competition.
The wine bar and restaurant at 12 Market Place, Wells, has become a popular place to meet and chat over coffee and cake or a glass of wine and a food board.
Like other hospitality venues, it has had to change and adapt over the past year, and innovations include teaming up with new suppliers such as Bristol Fine Wine, which now supplies the wine. Two winners of our exciting competition will each win six bottles of wine from the Bristol Fine Wine range, as well as a selection of cheeses from Longmans, The Bishop’s Eye’s local cheese supplier, and some newly launched bottles of beer from The Wild Beer Company. The total value of each prize is £115.
“We have had to make some adjustments over the past year with the disruption caused by the lockdowns,” said Louis Agabani, the owner of The Bishop’s Eye.
“With the easing of restrictions, it has been great to welcome customers old and new again, as we prepare to celebrate one year in this wonderful 15th-century building.”
The Grade II listed building was originally completed in 1451.
To enter the competition, answer this simple question: In which century was the building in which The Bishop’s Eye is located built?
Email you answer, along with your name, address and contact details, to: email@example.com or write out the information on a postcard or piece of paper which can be left in a box on the counter at The Bishop’s Eye.
Entrants must be aged 18 or over, and there can only be one entry per household.
The closing date for entries is noon on Monday, July 12, 2021. After this date, two winners will be drawn from all the correct entries. The winners must collect their prize from The Bishop’s Eye, and their names will be published in a future edition of Wells Voice.
• Additional competition rules: No cash alternative. The winners may have to provide proof of identity and age. The competition organisers’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.