To celebrate the launch of Travelodge’s new campaign ’Get Up and Go’,the value hotel chain is offering one lucky reader the opportunity to win a two night break,so that they can get up and go and find out what makes Great Britain so great.
The prize includes a two night stay in any one of Travelodge’s 500 UK hotels with breakfast* included. The winner will stay in a newly modernised family room which caters for either two adults and two children or three adults. The room has an en-suite,a luxurious king-size bed called the Travelodge Dreamer,flat screen TV,tea &coffee facilities and WiFi.
To enter,see this week’s Campbeltown Courier,September 26. Entries must be received by Tuesday October 7,2014. Bookings must be made by October 31,2014 and prize must be taken by October 31,2015.
Terms and conditions:
Entrants must be 18 years old or over. Prize is for accommodation only and does not include travel. The winner is entitled to one weekend break in a family room at any UK Travelodge (offer excludes Travelodge’s in Northern Ireland and Spain) with breakfast (*winner must ensure their hotel has a Bar Café). Family rooms are suitable for two adults and two children under 16,or three adults. Bookings must be made by October 31,2014 and prize must be taken by October 31,2015. There are no cash alternatives. All rooms are subject to availability. Employees of Travelodge,Wyvex Media and any agencies connected with the competition and their families are not eligible to enter. The prize is only open to UK residents. The prize is as stated. The Editor’s decision is final. Photocopied entry coupons will not be accepted. The winner may be asked to take part in publicity and may appear in a Wyvex Media publication and website. This competition is also open to readers of other Wyvex Media publications. Digital subscribers can enter by printing the page with the competition and submitting their entry along with a letter explaining you are a digital subscriber (please provide your email address). Closing date for entries is midnight Tuesday October 7,2014.
High hopes remain for the future of Campbeltown’s historic Picture House –despite the news that it is closing with the loss of seven jobs.
Read the full story in the Campbeltown Courier, August 22 2014,also on line at www.campbeltowncourier.co.uk/digital
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Newly-crowned Scottish pairs champions,Jimmy Anderson and Johnny McLean,feel like world beaters.
The Campbeltown Bowling Club members lifted the title the hard way at Ayr –by beating one of the game’s all-time greats,Paul Foster from Troon.
Read the full report and see more photos in the Campbeltown Courier,August 15 2014 –also online at www.campbeltowncourier.co.uk/digital
Hopes have been raised for a dialysis unit in Campbeltown Hospital after the Scottish health secretary Alex Neill urged a health board to take action.
Mr Neill spoke after hearing how two seriously-ill Campbeltown women travel almost 700 miles a week for months to access dialysis treatment.
Read the full story in the Campbeltown Courier,August 8 2014 –also on line at www.campbeltowncourier.co.uk/digital
Scots anti-piracy guard Billy Irving,who is still stuck in India after spending six months in a ‘hellhole’jail, is deeply upset he was not in the Wee Toon for the silver wedding anniversary of close friends,Davy and Wilma McCormick,from Moy.
Girlfriend Yvonne MacHugh said he had hoped to get his passport back in time to fly home for celebrations.
Read the full story in the Campbeltown Courier, August 1 2014,also online here.
Campbeltown Pupils got the new season off to an encouraging start on Saturday July 26 with a fine home win against Dumbarton Harp of the Greater Glasgow AFL.
The game,played in wet and humid conditions,was an opportunity for the McFadyens-sponsored side to introduce some young players to the squad as they prepared for a return to the SAFL Premier Division.
Read the full match report in the Campbeltwon Courier, August 1 2014 –also on line at www.campbeltowncourier.co.uk/digital
The school holidays are now here but the Campbeltown Courier has the complete list and photos of talented pupils given awards at the end of term ceremonies from Campbeltown Grammar and Tarbert Academy.
See the Campbeltown Courier,July 4 2014 –also on line at www.campbeltowncourier.co.uk/digital
A charity run by patients for the benefit of kidney patients is appealing to the Campbeltown community to get behind a campaign to persuade NHS Highland to have a dialysis facility at the town’s hospital.
The plight of the local renal patients who have to endure torturous journeys to Vale of Leven or Glasgow thrice weekly,to undergo life-saving dialysis has been well documented in the Courier.
Read the latest on the campaign in the Campbeltown Courier,July 4 2014. Also on line at www.campbeltowncourier.co.uk/digital