The Knight of Many Colours Competition
Guess how many triangles cover Norman, the Knight of Many Colours and his horse!
You could win a £100 voucher, plus some free bus tickets for you and a friend.
To enter - visit our Norman Knight in reception at Stagecoach East Midlands Head Office, Deacon Road, Lincoln, LN2 4JB. We are open Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm, Fridays 9am - 4pm.
The competition is running from 11 - 26 April, and the winner will be announced the first week in May! Good luck!
Terms & Conditions
- Only one guess can be entered per person
- If no-one guesses the correct amount of triangles, the nearest guess will be the winner.
- If more than one person can guess the correct amount of triangles, the competition will go into a prize draw to select the winner.
- The competition entrants must provide full contact details to the staff at Head Office, including email address, home address and a contact number.
- All selfies taken with Norman can be posted to our twitter feed @StagecoachEMid #KnightOfManyColours
- Entries through twitter or email will be accepted
- Twitter entries must be following @StagecoachEMid
- Please tweet us your guess, if you are a winner we will DM you with more details.
- Email entries must email firstname.lastname@example.org with their guess, name, home address and contact details.
- The closing date for the competition is 26 April 2017
- The winner will be announced the first week in May 2017
- The winning prize is a £100 voucher plus two travel vouchers for Stagecoach East Midlands service.
- The prize is not transferable, exchangeable or refundable. The competition is open to all UK residents other than employees of Stagecoach, its agencies or their families.
Stagecoach reserves the right to verify the eligibility of all entrants and reserves the right to disqualify any entrant if it has reasonable grounds to believe the entrant has breached any of these terms and conditions. Entry into this competition deemed acceptance of these terms and conditions.
Name a Bus!
We are delighted to announce we are naming the 9th bus after Lillian Bilocca
Big Lil, who was one of three outspoken sisters, was never afraid to speak her mind and to stand up for what she thought was right. It was after the trawlers St. Romanus, Kingston Peridot, and Ross Cleveland went down in early 1968, resulting in the loss of 58 men, that Lil began her war against some of the most powerful names in the fishing industry. This battle, and the high profile she achieved was to turn Lil into a national figure, and a local folk hero.
The winning entry was Andy from Hull, 'a thankful Hull trawlerman's son.'