WIN a luxury hotel trip to Bruges and Holland.
pounds 9,000 WORTH OF HOLIDAYS TO BE WON WITH OUR GAMECARD
THIS is day five of our exciting new gamecard.
We have teamed up with Harry Shaw City Cruiser cruiser, large, fast, moderately armed warship, intermediate in type between the aircraft carrier and the destroyer. During World War II, battle cruisers operated as small battleships, combining in one vessel maximum qualities of gun caliber, armor protection, and to give away pounds 9,000 worth of holidays over the next four weeks.
Just check the numbers printed today against your lucky number on the reverse of your game card and see if you could be a winner.
The great holiday prizes on offer are all from the latest Harry Shaw City Cruiser brochure and there is one to win from nearly every destination they travel to.
Today's Harry Shaw holiday is a three-day, two-night break for two people to Holland worth almost pounds 200.
Our lucky readers will be able to enjoy a weekend break combining the visits to the fascinating city of Amsterdam and the charming mediaeval me·di·ae·val
Variant of medieval.
same as medieval
Adj. 1. town of Bruges with four-star hotel accommodation.
Our winners will depart on June 29 by coach and head to the city of Haarlem where two nights' accommodation have been reserved in rooms with private facilities at the well appointed Carlton Square Hotel. All rooms have a colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities and there is a bar and restaurant.
On day two Harry Shaw will take the winners to central Amsterdam, where there will be time for shopping or sightseeing.
Afterwards af·ter·ward also af·ter·wards
At a later time; subsequently.
afterwards or afterward
later [Old English æfterweard]
Adv. 1. you will be transferred back to your hotel and in the evening you will have the opportunity to see Amsterdam by night on Harry Shaw's optional excursion excursion /ex·cur·sion/ (eks-kur´zhun) a range of movement regularly repeated in performance of a function, e.g., excursion of the jaws in mastication. . The coach will take you back into central Amsterdam and make one return transfer to the hotel at 11pm (Cost pounds 5 per person)
On day three our winners will check out of the hotel and head for the charming town of Bruges to see the canals and have the chance to pick up some legendary Belgian Belgian
having some relationship to Belgium.
Belgian barge dog
Belgian black pied cattle
black, Belgian dairy cattle.
dual-purpose cattle; blue, white or blue roan. chocolates. After lunch (not included) the journey home will start.
HOW TO CLAIM
If your lucky gamecard number matches any of today's numbers you could be a winner!
To claim, keep the paper handy, telephone 024 7650 0429 (9am to 5pm) on the day of publication or up to 11am the following day of publication, and you will be asked to answer a tie-breaker question in the event of more than one claim.
You will need your card with you when you ring. Friday and Saturday claims must be made on the following Monday.
For details of Harry Shaw holidays ring the brochure hotline on 024 7645 5544 or visit 4 City Arcade arcade, series of arches supported by columns or piers. An arcade may stand free; if it is attached to a wall it is called a wall arcade or a blind arcade. The earliest-known arcades were in Roman architecture, in which piers, ornamented with engaged columns carrying , Coventry or 29, Leicester Street, Bedworth.
If you are not lucky enough to win you can book places on this holiday and claim a special pounds 5-per-person discount, just by presenting your game card at any Harry Shaw office or calling 024 7645 5544. The offer ends February 28, 2001.
If you would like to play our lucky numbers game we still have gamecards available. Just pop into any Evening Telegraph Evening Telegraph may refer to:
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Noun 1. newsagent - someone who sells newspapers
newsdealer, newsstand operator, newsvendor for a card. check today's winning numbers against your gamecard to see if you could be a winner: 279370 264231 214294 273409 211902 221804 141000 174224 298108 286172
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intrude, irrupt - enter uninvited; "They intruded on our dinner party"; "She irrupted into our sitting room"