Great prizes up for grabs

EVEN more great prizes are up for grabs in your Journal this week including the chance for TWO lucky readers to win a selection of fine Irish food and drink, including a 75cl bottle of the multi-award winning Connemara Peated Single Malt Irish whiskey - made by Ireland's only independent distillers, The Cooley Distillery.

EVEN more great prizes are up for grabs in your Journal this week including the chance for TWO lucky readers to win a selection of fine Irish food and drink, including a 75cl bottle of the multi-award winning Connemara Peated Single Malt Irish whiskey - made by Ireland's only independent distillers, The Cooley Distillery.

Why not enjoy a leisurely break close to home in The Journal and Pontin's competition for ONE lucky reader to win a four night, full board, mid-week break for two adults at Pontin's Pakefield-Lowestoft Holiday Park in a one bedroom classic apartment (subject to availability), valid until June 30, 2009.

Pontin's Gold breaks are tailor made for the over 50s with a wide range of activities on offer from indoor bowls, aqua aerobics, ballroom and line dancing to bingo, cabaret acts, Bluecoat shows and much more.

And finally for those with an adventurous frame of mind The Journal has teamed up with the 2009 Ordnance Survey Outdoors Show at Birmingham's NEC from March 27-29, and we've got FOUR family passes to give away.

Showcasing a host of new features including the Brushboarding simulator, offering visitors the chance to try surfing without the need to get wet; the Trespass Air Trail with a zip wire over the entire show; a mini music festival; bush craft demonstrations and the SCUBA and kayaking pools, the 2009 show will also be hosting the Ford Sky Masters rock climbing competition where Europe's top climbers race head to head over a spectacular overhanging route and wowing the crowd with their strength and agility.

But remember, to be in with a chance to win any of these spectacular prizes all entries have to be on official entry forms found only in The Journal - so don't delay, order your Journal today.

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