Share your love and win prize

Andy Wormald proposes to his partner Lauren Berg at Trinity in 2016.
Andy Wormald proposes to his partner Lauren Berg at Trinity in 2016.
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LOVE is in the air with Valentine’s Day coming up - and the Yorkshire Evening Post wants to know why your partner is so special in our new competition.

And we have a great prize for whoever we choose as the winner - a £100 voucher for Trinity Leeds.

Your could have overcome great obstacles or it could just be the little things that make you think your loved-one deserves a treat and some extra recognition.

Simply share your story with us to be in with a chance of enjoying this fabulous prize.

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to make your loved-one feel special and what better way than entering this competition to show how much you appreciate them - and then enjoying the prize together.

Trinity marketing manager Dan Wharton said: “Here at Trinity Leeds, we love to put a smile on people’s faces – and Valentine’s Day is no different.

“This year we’ll be handing out Trinity Leeds personalised Love Hearts sweets for people to enjoy, along with some surprises from our very own resident cupid… keep an eye out.

“Valentine’s Day last year was a huge success and we can’t wait to make it even bigger this year with the YEP competition.

“We’re excited to hear your stories and look forward to making Valentine’s Day extra special for the lucky winners.”

Tell us why your loved-one is so great in 200 words or less by email to hannah.start@jpress.co.uk or write to Hannah Start, YEP, No 1 Leeds, 26 Whitehall Road, Leeds, LS12 1BE. Send your entries in by February 7. Usual Johnston Press terms and conditions apply.

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