We want readers to send in pictures of themselves reading the Chronicle in the most unusual holiday destinations around the world.
It doesn't matter if it's Ashington or Alaska we want you to send in photos of you or your family reading the Chronicle while on your holiday. The wackier the photo the better its chances of winning. Why not read the Motors pages at the Monaco Grand Prix; the showbiz stories in Hollywood or the sports pages in the San Siro?
All the pictures will appear in the paper in our Holiday Snaps Album with the best in line for a fantastic prize - an Olympus C-310 zoom camera, worth pounds 150. The new C-310 Zoom is easy to use and makes discovering digital photography a real joy. It incorporates a host of features that make picture taking easy and fast. Users can choose from five special scene programmes for shooting in a wide variety of locations and conditions. The programmes are Portrait, Self Portrait, Night Scene, Landscape and Landscape with Portrait. When users want to record the tiniest of details, they can switch to Super Macro Mode.
Our thanks go to Margaret Surrey of Winlaton for this offering. She writes: "What better way to spend a holiday, marooned on Holy Island with grandchildren Emma, David and Liam and my favourite paper, the Evening Chronicle."
Send your entries to Holiday Snaps Album, Features Department, Evening Chronicle, Groat Market, Newcastle, NE1 1ED. Or email email@example.com