Fabulous from 50!

16:08 30 April 2014

Great Prizes to be won with the Journal

Great Prizes to be won with the Journal


Specsavers in Honiton, Chard and Exmouth have teamed up with the Exmouth Journal, Sidmouth Herald and Midweek Herald to give fabulous readers aged 50 and over the chance to win some great prizes.

The stores are encouraging over 50s to take part to take part and send in a photograph to celebrate everything that is fabulous about being over 50.

The overall winner will receive a £500 Specsavers voucher and the ‘Ultimate Day’ at Woodbury Park which includes: lodge accommodation for four people with breakfast and dinner, and the choice of 18 holes of golf or £25 per person towards treatments in the Bodyzone Spa. This prize also includes a two-course lunch in the Terrace bar and grill.

The runner-up will receive a £300 Specsavers voucher and ‘Cinema Night’ for 10 guests at Woodbury Park, which includes a one-course meal at Woodbury Park’s Atrium Restaurant with arrival drink, before relaxing in the cinema suite with a film of their choice.

Third prize will win a £200 Specsavers voucher and a two-course Sunday carvery for two at Woodbury Park.

To enter the competition, please fill in the entry form printed in next week’s papers and submit alongside a photograph of you looking fabulous. You can either drop this in to one of the three stores or send to one of the following address.

■ Chard Specsavers: 2 Fore St, Chard, Somerset TA20 1PH

■ Exmouth Specsavers: 8 Exeter Rd, Exmouth, Devon EX8 1PL

■ Honiton Specsavers: 121 High St, Honiton, Devon EX14 1LS

Terms and conditions:

■ Three winners to receive one prize each

■ Maximum one prize per household

■ Prize will be distributed by the Specsavers Chard, Exmouth and Honiton and Woodbury Park

■ Prizes must be claimed within six months of the competition.

■ This prize is non-transferable, cannot be exchanged and no cash alternative will be offered.

■ Photographs submitted to the competition cannot be returned and the judges’ decision is final.

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