Holiday Hotspots: GRAB A VIP DAY OUT TO MUSEUM.
This prize includes admission for up to four people, ride on a vintage vehicle, a tour of the coal mine, a meal in the Canal-side Cafe, plus a photo in traditional costume.
You can see Black Country shops, houses, school, chapel and pub that have been dismantled brick by brick, and reconstructed to create an old-fashioned canalside village on a 26-acre site at Dudley, West Midlands. Visitors can ride on a tramcar, or take a lesson in the old-fashioned school. There are also FIVE Family tickets for runners-up.
To enter, tell us: Who invented the television? a) John Cusack, b) John Logie Baird, c) John Major.
Then call 0901 541 603 (1513 510 341 RoI) and follow instructions
Or Text TPMUSEUM followed by a space and then your answer (a, b, or c) name and address to 84080 (53307 RoI).FAIR COLLECTION NOTICE
MGN Ltd may share your information with carefully selected third parties. They may send you details of other goods and services which may be of interest to you. If you enter by text and wish to receive further information please text TPMUSEUM IN followed by a space and then your answer, name and address. If you enter by telephone please stay on the line and follow instructions.TERMS AND CONDITIONS1 Lines close midnight Saturday, August 20, 2005. Calls/Texts cost 50p each (60c each RoI). Phone, mobile and text network charges may vary. 2 One winner and five runners-up selected at random from all correct entries received. 3 Winner's prize includes admission for up to four adults, a welcome pack, ride on a vintage vehicle, a tour down the underground coal mine, a meal in the Canal-side Cafe, plus a photograph in traditional costume. Runners-up to receive 5 x Family Tickets (each ticket admits 2 adults & 3 children up to 18, worth pounds 28 each). 4 All prizes must be taken before August 20, 2006. 5 Travel to/from winner's/runners-up homes and any other expenses not included and winner's responsibility. 6 No cash alternatives in lieu of any prize. 7 Std MGN Ltd Rules apply, see www.people.co.uk/rules.
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