WIN A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE PENDANT AND pounds 1,000; Evening Chronicle Competition.YOUR Chronicle has joined forces with Eldon Square Eldon Square is a shopping centre in Newcastle upon Tyne in the United Kingdom. It was officially opened in 1977 by Queen Elizabeth II and is named after the original Eldon Square (now known as Old Eldon Square) which the shopping centre was built around. and Beaverbrooks to offer one reader the opportunity to give their one true love a Valentine's Day they will never forget - when you present her with a platinum diamond solitaire solitaire or patience, any card game that can be played by one person. Solitaire is the American name; in England it is known as patience. There are probably more kinds of solitaire than all other card games together. pendant (retailing at pounds 995) from Beaverbrooks, and pounds 1,000 of Eldon Square Gift Vouchers.
Beaverbrooks has been at the forefront of jewellery retailing since 1919 and prides itself on the highest quality of service and customer care.
Beaverbrooks uses only the finest stones and precious metals, and top designers and craftsmen create very special jewellery.
Your day will begin with a trip to the Eldon Square store, where you will collect your pendant. You will then take a short walk to John Lewis Brasserie, where the manager and his team will be waiting to treat you to a celebratory Champagne breakfast.
You will then be presented with pounds 1,000 of Eldon Square vouchers, which you can spend at more than 100 stores.
To enter, collect three tokens in your Chronicle (first printed yesterday, final one tomorrow) and send along with your answer to the question below, your name, address and daytime phone number, to Evening Chronicle The Evening Chronicle is a daily, evening newspaper produced in Newcastle upon Tyne, covering Tyne and Wear, southern Northumberland and northern County Durham. It was founded in 1885 by Joseph Cowan. Beaverbrooks Competition, PO Box 358, Newcastle, NE99 1BT. Entries must arrive by February 8.
QUESTION: What is Cupid's instrument of Love ?
A: Trumpet B: Ukulele ukulele (ykəlā`lē), Hawaiian musical instrument developed from the Portuguese guitar. It has a fretted fingerboard and four strings that are plucked or strummed. C: Bow & Arrow?
The first correct entry drawn at random on Monday, February 11, will receive the prize as offered. Winners will be contacted directly within 48 hours of the draw and details will be updated monthly at www.chroniclelive.co.uk /winners Usual ncjMedia promotion rules apply, available at www.chronicle.live.co.uk/legal. Competition open to residents within the circulation area of the Evening Chronicle.