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Attractions of Snowdonia Competition 2016


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For a chance to win one of two luxury short break holidays in legendary Snowdonia please answer the question and complete the following form.

Family Short-Break Package: 2 nights’ stay for 4 in a self-catering cottage at the beautiful Nant Gwrtheyrn; Family Ticket (2 adults, 2 children) to Llechwedd Slate Caverns; Family Ticket (2 adults, 2 children) to Gypsy Wood; Family Ticket (2 adults, 2 children) to GreenWood Forest Park; Game of bowling, archery and a round on the go-karts for 4 people at Glasfryn Parc Activity Centre.

Couple’s Short-Break Package: 1 night stay (B&B) for 2 in the Furnace Farmhouse at Bodnant Welsh Food Centre; 2 Diesel tickets on the Snowdon Mountain Railway and 2 adult tickets for Electric Mountain.

Subject to availability. Offer restricted to one entry per household. (competition closes 31/12/16)

Automated/bulk entries and entries from third parties will be disqualified.

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Which of the following is a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE site castle?
Criccieth
Caernarfon
Bodelwyddan
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Terms and Conditions

No payment or purchase is necessary to enter. This prize is not transferable and not valid in conjunction with any other offer. No refunds will be given and the prize may not be exchanged for cash. All entries must be received by the closing date specified. All prizes must be collected within 12 months from the date of winning and to be taken outside of school holidays and bank holidays. After that time, unclaimed prizes will be deemed null and void. Where a winner chooses not to accept a prize, they forfeit any and all claims to that prize, which will be dealt with at the absolute discretion of Attractions of Snowdonia. All activities are undertaken at your own risk. Two winners will be selected in January 2017. Winners will be selected randomly. The first winner will have their choice of two holiday packages, the second winner will receive the holiday package not chosen by the first winner. All decisions of Attractions of Snowdonia will be final and binding. No correspondence will be entered into.

By entering this competition you agree to abide by these Terms and Conditions. You agree to co-operate and comply with all reasonable requests of Attractions of Snowdonia and its agents and employees (in particular with respect to health and safety) in connection with the competition and its broadcast and acknowledge that Attractions of Snowdonia has the right to publicise, broadcast or otherwise disclose a competitor's name, character, likeness, statements in advertising or promotional activities concerning the competition. Attractions of Snowdonia reserves the right to promote or advertise that a winner has won a contest.

Attractions of Snowdonia is not liable in any way for any costs, expenses, damages, liability or injury arising out of or in any way connected with the competition other than those costs and expenses specifically provided for in the competition. This exclusion does not include any liability for negligence by Attractions of Snowdonia.

Entry and participation in any competition shall be deemed an unconditional acceptance by you of these Terms.


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