To enter our new #DLR30 competition, just email the name of your favourite Christmas show (theatre, film or TV) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 23:59 Sunday.
We know it’s a bit early to start thinking about the festive season, but this one’s special. We’ve got a pair of tickets to see The Box of Delights at Wilton’s Music Hall (during the dates 1 – 6 December 2017).
Just send an email telling us the best tour you’ve ever been on to email@example.com (in no more than 15 words).
Enjoy a no-holds barred, top-rated tour of Meantime’s award-winning brewery, including a tutored tasting of some of their modern craft beers. You’ll be in the company of expert guides who know the secrets of brewing beer that’s full of flavour.
We have a top day out in Greenwich for 2 people to give away, taking in the Cutty Sark, The Royal Observatory and a meal for 2 at the Rivington Greenwich. To enter, just email the name of your favourite boat or ship from any period of history to: competitions@Tfl.gov.uk (Boaty McBoatface is not admissible).
We’re running a #DLR30 competition to win a very special experience for 2. To enter, just send an email completing this line (15 words or fewer) to Competitions@TfL.gov.uk. “My favourite view in the world is…”
Enjoy a lazy day on the river or hop on and off at some of London’s most famous attractions. Pop into a market or café for lunch, and maybe try to clock up some of our 30 things to do via the DLR (many of which are accessible from the Thames).
ExCeL is one of the many venues served by the DLR, and we have tickets to give away for a group of four people to visit its LEGO’s BRICKLIVE event next week (Thursday 27 July to Sunday 30 July).
BRICKLIVE is the UK’s biggest celebration of LEGO. Built by LEGO fans for LEGO fans, it’s an opportunity to see the world’s best LEGO builders in action, catch up with the very latest LEGO sets (and rare vintage sets) and, of course, play with millions of LEGO bricks.
This month, the DLR turns 30. Regarded as a novelty when it was first opened by Her Majesty The Queen in 1987, the driverless light railway has had front seat views of the changing landscape in east London. Today, the area is a vibrant, thriving part of London packed with well-known attractions and hidden gems.