Win a 2021 Holiday to Corfu for Four People

We all need something to look forward to and most of us will be happy to see the back of 2020! So, we are running a free prize draw to win a holiday for 4 people to Corfu in 2021.

Enter by midnight on 28th February 2021 to be in with a chance of winning a one week break with family or friends on the stunning island of Corfu!

The main prize of the holiday includes a 3 course meal with wine at The Hive, when Emma will give you the inside track on the best spots to eat & visit.

Prize details


Holiday dates: The one week holiday can be taken in April, May, June, September or October, subject to direct flight availability

Flights: Includes four return and direct flights to Corfu, from a South East UK Airport. The flights to be booked and the airport to be specified by Baldwins Travel.

Airport transfers: Included and to be organised by The Hive

Two bedroom, self catering accommodation for up to four people for 7 nights: Included and to be organised by The Hive.

Luxury travel bags: Donated by Baldwin’s Travel in Cranbrook

Pre-holiday briefing: Includes a 3 course meal with one bottle of wine for four people at the Hive in advance of the trip for sightseeing ideas and local insights. The Hive’s own Emma Wood lived, worked and ran businesses on Corfu for many years and knows the island inside out.

NOT included: Car hire, travel insurance, food, drink or activities.

Covid and regulatory documentation: Any entry forms required to enter the country together with any associated costs are the responsibility of the winners.

Interim Prizes: To spread the joy a little further we are having two interim draws on the 1st December 2020 and 1st January 2021 to win a ‘Meze Moment’ for 2 people at The Hive.

Closing date: Midnight on February 28th 2021 for the main holiday

Full terms and conditions: Please scroll to the bottom of this page

Thank You to our Sponsors

Thank you to the Mayor’s office at the Corfu Municipality for sponsoring this competition.

Thank you for the support of the Greek National Tourism Organisation.

Enter the Corfu Free Prize Draw

Visit our Menus under Eat & Drink to search for the answer to our qualifying question.

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Free Prize Draw Rules, Terms & Conditions


By signing up for this free prize draw you are also signing up to receive a free email newsletter from The Hive or Be Local, from which you are free to unsubscribe at any time

The Flexi-Hubs Limited, trading as The Hive is compliant with the data protection act. Our policy is such that we will not pass on your details to any third party without your prior consent

The closing date of this draw for the holiday is midnight on Sunday 28th February 2021

The interim draws for the ‘meze moments’ for 2 people will be drawn on the 1st December 2020 & 1st January 2021. The draw will be redrawn in the event that the same name is drawn for the second interim prize. Anyone winning an interim draw will be eligible for the main draw

Entry to the free prize draws is restricted to one entry per person / email address. Multiple entries, automated entries, bulk entries or third party entries will be disqualified

There is only one main prize, a one week holiday for four people as detailed

There will be a total of two interim prizes as detailed above

The prize cannot be exchanged for cash or any other items

All winners will be chosen at random from all valid entries by an impartial 3rd party

The winner will be notified by email and name only may be displayed on our website and Facebook page and other social media platforms

The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered in to

The promoter is Flexi-Hubs Limited and you may send your entry by post if preferred to Prize Draw Entries, The Hive, 19 Stone Street, Cranbrook , Kent TN17 3HF

This promotion is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook or any other social media platform in any way

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the exact details, dates and accommodation may be subject to change or delay, even possible cancellation because of changing restrictions