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Win tickets to an exclusive World Cup party

NCE along with Construction News and The Architect's Journal is hosting two of the best football parties of the year at the famous Café de Paris, Leicester Square, London
Over 400 construction industry professionals will be getting together to watch England's second and third round matches and indulging in unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks, not to mention snacking on football themed food. And you and three friends can be there. Simply tell us what you think the score will be for England's first World Cup match against Paraguay on Saturday 10th June. To enter email with yuor prediction for the score of England's first match against Paragay on the 10th JuneCafé de Paris is one of the capital's most prestigious venues. To find out more about it go to: www.cafedeparis.comThe lucky winners can come to either party. The dates are:15th June 2006England vs Trinidad & Tobago17:00 BST (doors open 16:00)20th June 2006England vs Sweden20:00 BST (doors open 19:00)If you would like to buy tickets for the event please contact Lorna Donnelly on 02075056666 or lorna.donnelly@emap.comCorporate deals are available. The event will be an ideal opportunity to network with senior managers/directors across the construction supply chain, indulge in some team building with your own colleagues or entertain your clients.Related links:Today's top stories

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