Goodies galore up-for-grabs in Journal
A HUGE variety of goodies are on offer in The Journal this week including two great competitions.Film buffs will be rushing to enter our competition with the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft to offer readers a chance to win one of 20 pairs of tickets to see a film of their choice, including several OSCAR and BAFTA winners, over the coming months.
A HUGE variety of goodies are on offer in The Journal this week including two great competitions.
Film buffs will be rushing to enter our competition with the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft to offer readers a chance to win one of 20 pairs of tickets to see a film of their choice, including several OSCAR and BAFTA winners, over the coming months.
To celebrate the start of a new season, LEGOLAND Windsor have teamed up with The Journal again to offer THREE readers the chance to win a set of family tickets (four tickets per set for use by adult or child) - each set is worth �114. With exciting new additions for 2009, including the Kingdom of the Pharohs LEGOLAND Windsor promises to bring out the hero in everyone.
This week is the last chance to enter the Debenham's competition to win �500 to spend in the store and remember, entries for all these great competitions have to be on official Journal entry forms only available in your Journal - so don't delay order your Journal today!
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