By Matthew Bates 16/04 Updated: 16/04 11:17
A TEENAGER could spend her whole summer camping after a winning a life-sized VW Camper Van tent.
Frances Ireland has picked up the impressive tent after entering a competition at Coventry Transport Museum.
It had been part of the venue's surfing exhibition Wheels and Waves, which attracted nearly 150,000 visitors during its five-month run.
Thousands of those had entered the competition but it was 17-year-old Frances whose name was pulled out of the hat.
The Nuneaton teen said: "I fell in love with this awesome tent as soon as I saw it on display at the Museum, and entered the competition never thinking that I would stand a chance of winning.
"It’s amazing to have been drawn out of the hat from thousands of entries, and I can’t wait to give the tent a test-drive this summer."
Replacing the exhibition is Royalty on the Road, which showcases a range of very special vehicles used by royalty.
It will see a competition held to win day passes to Buckingham Palace or a Peugeot 107 pedal car for the children.
A SELF-CONFESSED paedophile who took and sold indecent
POLICE have arrested a man and a woman
A 63-YEAR-OLD man from Sunderland has been charged
COVENTRY Transport Museum has passed the first hurdle
HARMFUL medication has been lost in Rugby, Warwickshire Police have ...
AWARD winning financial technology software company Rimilia has been working ...
TRIP ADVISOR has apologised to a Leamington restaurant it 'closed ...
THE MAJORITY of construction sites across Worcestershire have failed basic ...