Win an overnight stay at the 1740 House: Show us your Bucks County Pride!

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Win an overnight stay at the 1740 House: Show us your Bucks County Pride!

Bucks Happening is giving away an overnight stay at the charming 1740 House to one lucky reader!

Want to enter?

First, make sure to “Like” the 1740 House on Facebook! Here, you’ll find out about all of their great future events and specials.

Then, send in a photo that displays your “Bucks County” pride to [email protected] or using this photo submission tool. We’ll post those photos below for readers to vote for their favorites. The photo with the most votes by August 12th at noon will win this romantic getaway.

One vote per email address will be counted per day of the contest so make sure to come back daily to cast your vote!

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#1 The Zeamans: Daulton & Savannah

#2 Kim Phelan Strawberry Picking at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley; at Silver Lake Park in Levittown; at Neshaminy State Park in Bensalem

#2 Kim Phelan at Strawberry Picking at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley; at Silver Lake Park in Levittown; at Neshaminy State Park in Bensalem

#3 Maureen Hennessey, Upper Bucks County on the River

#3 Maureen Hennessey, Upper Bucks County on the River

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#4 Lisa Kazlouski, photos of Bristol Day 2011

#5 Liz Grover's Pride, Beauty & History

#5 Liz Grover’s Pride, Beauty & History

#5 Justin DeRosa captures Bucks County nature.

#6 Justin DeRosa captures Bucks County nature.

#7 Photo by Michael Brooks

#7 Photo by Michael Brooks

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