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Explore your future and win exclusive gig tickets

The VampsOpen events with a difference will be running across Central College Nottingham’s centres between 13th and 15th October, giving people the chance to come along and explore one of the region’s largest colleges. Each event runs from 4.30-7pm and visitors can take part in subject-related demos, interactive challenges and information sessions plus get chance to win a pair of tickets to meet chart sensations The Vamps at a secret gig later in the month.

Central’s Open Evenings are for anyone interested in finding out more about the courses available and how to apply. Most events are held at the Centres where subjects are usually taught, so people can look around where they will actually be learning. Tutors will be on hand to answer questions about the courses.

The events are particularly relevant for school children in years 10 and 11 who are starting to think about what they want to do after their GCSEs, and parents/carers are welcome.

Central College has teamed up with Capital FM to offer everyone who attends an Open Evening the chance to win a pair of tickets to the ‘meet and greet’ with The Vamps later in the month at their exclusive ‘Dino and Pete Exposed’ live radio show event.

For more information or to register for an Open Evening, people can go to www.centralnottingham.ac.uk/openevenings. Registration is recommended to ensure you get all the information to make the most of the events, but visitors can also just drop in.

Entry forms for the Meet and Greet The Vamps competition will be available to all visitors at each Open Evening, with the special Meet and Greet happening at a secret location in Nottingham on the morning of Wednesday 28th October.