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The Community Christmas Elves are back for 2017 with a host of amazing prizes up for grabs. Throughout December we'll be giving you the chance to win a range of goodies, with this week's giveaway a fantastic short stay in a Cornish cottage.
Set in the countryside, Boscrowan Farm is also close to Penzance, St Michael's Mount, St Ives, Land's End, and many wonderful beaches on both coasts, with miles of coastal footpaths. Arriving under the trees, you enter another world where you can relax and recharge in a luxurious cottage in idyllic surroundings.
Your stay will either be in Ring and Thimble, a spacious thatched cottage that sleeps two people, or Peace and Plenty, a barn conversion that sleeps four. Comfortable beds, fluffy white towels, dressing gowns, and soft cotton bedlinen await you.
To enter the prize draw, answer this question by commenting on the blog below (you may need to login) -
Where is your dream holiday destination, and who would you take with you?
Thank-you to Premier Cottages for the prize.
A winner will be chosen at random. Good luck!
Your break is for 3 nights which can be taken either on the weekend or during the week. It is valid from December 2017 until mid-March 2018, and then valid again from 1st November 2018 to mid-March 2019. Excludes October and November half term, Christmas, New Year and Valentine's Day, and is subject to availability. Transport is not included with the prize.
The competition will close Sunday 10th December 2017 at 23:59pm. We will draw the prize on Monday 11th December 2017 and will contact the winner via email. The winner will need to claim their prize by Friday 15th December 2017. Read the terms and conditions of the competition here. A winner will be chosen at random. Please note: the prize can only be posted out to UK addresses.
My Dream destination is to go and visit my family in Australia as have not seen them for over 13 years and take my Partner with me as he has never met them. He will not meet mum as she passed away earlier this year.
I have always wanted to go on a world cruise from Southampton in January returning in late April, although my wife says I would be bored I can't think why.
My dream destination is Canada, touring the autumn leaves, and exploring the Rockies with my husband. He has supported me a lot in the past year .
My dream destination would be Las Vegas and I would take my sister. Our mum talked about going for years but unfortunately she never got to do it before she passed away. We would love to go in her memory.
My dream break would be to go to Ibiza with my fantastic daughter. She had Ovarian Cancer when she was 22 but ploughed through it and beat it!!
She deserves a break more than anyone I know. She returned to university and switched her degree course to Counselling and Psychotherapy so she could "give something back", She has just got a job, working with the police force.
I am incredibly proud of her and her commitment.
Ibiza is a special place for us, not because of the clubs but because of the spiritual side which we discovered and drew strength from.
A VERY proud Mum
My dream destination would be Singapore as I have seen pictures alight with wonderful colours at night and the food would be amazing. I would take my brother as I know we would could make some great memories there!
I have always wanted to go on a world cruise. I missed out on a cruise in my teens, with the whole family as I stayed behind to help a ill family member
I have always wanted to go to South Africa and see the great white sharks! I would take my family as they mean the world to me. Not sure if anyone would be willing to go out on the water though!
My dream holiday would be in Hawaii and i would take my 19 year old son with me to swim with dolphins. He has been looking after me amazingly since a blood clot on my brain in 2012 & a subsequent diagnosis of Polycythemia Vera. From the age of 14 he has been my super star and my rock.
Good Luck in the competition everyone :) xx
My dream destination would be to New York in which I would take my mum considering she has been through a lot in the last 12 months. I have always wanted to experience the culture there and visit the family who I have not yet seen
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