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WIN: A Moët & Chandon Afternoon Tea for two at Leopardstown Pavilion

With spectacular racecourse views and plenty of sweet and savoury treats.

Image: Inpho

IN A MOVE away from the typical Ladies Day event, this year Leopardstown Pavilion will host the Leopardstown Ladies Evening, with guest speakers, food and plenty of great racing.

Now in its second year, the event is held in aid of Breast Cancer Ireland and takes place on Friday May 25th supported by Microsoft.

Leopardstown Ladies Evening aims to inspire and empower, with an evening full of talks by leading female figures from the business industry, plus gourmet food, live cooking demos and more.

Elsewhere, there will be course wide entertainment all day long, with music and demos available to all racegoers.

To celebrate this year’s events, we’re giving one lucky reader of TheJournal.ie‘s Family Magazine the chance to head along to the races on the afternoon of May 25th, with a Moët & Chandon Afternoon Tea for two on the Leopardstown Pavilion Mezzanine

Enjoy spectacular views over the racetrack, sweet and savoury delights, and a glass of Moët & Chandon each.

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How to enter? Simply email your name and location to competitions@thejournal.ie with ‘Family Magazine – Leopardstown Ladies Evening’ in the subject line. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook and Twitter too!

If you’re not lucky enough to win on this occasion, you can still book tickets for Leopardstown Ladies Evening online or by calling 01 289 0511.

Terms and conditions: The winner will be selected at random and contacted directly. Full Journal Media terms and conditions are available here

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