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LIE back and relax in a luxury spa or enjoy long walks and bracing sea air along Cornwall’s coastal paths with a two-night stay at The Headland Hotel and Spa. One lucky pair will win a break at the iconic hotel in Newquay, enjoying views over the beautiful Fistral beach and the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean. It’s sure to be a prize to remember.
This family-owned four-AA Silver Star hotel blends Victorian splendour with its AA rosette-rated restaurant and award-winning spa. Its rich history dates back to 1900 and it was the chosen venue of royalty with The Prince of Wales – later Edward VIII – visiting to convalesce. Find out more at www.headlandhotel.co.uk or call 01637 872211.
We’re offering a two-night stay for two, plus dinner on the night of arrival including a bottle of house wine.
THE World’s Biggest Pantomime is pleased to present Snow White – a wicked family spectacular that’s sure to wow audiences this December. Headlining the cast is Spice Girl Mel B as the Scary Queen, who will open the show in front of a 45-foot high castle and a 30-piece marching band.
Strictly Come Dancing’s Vincent and Flavia are Snow White’s parents captured in the spellbinding hall of mirrors while the queen’s hilarious henchman, TV presenter Rylan Clark-Neal, lures Snow White to the breath-taking forest of illumination which glows in the dark. Check out offers for Army families at www.dbpromotions.co.uk
Army&You has a family ticket (two adults and two children) for either Monday 19 December at Birmingham Barclaycard Arena or Wednesday 28 December at SSE Arena, Wembley (both starting at 7.30pm) to give away.
The NutriTab, from Terraillon, is ideal for health-conscious food lovers who want to count calories without having to refer to small food labels.
It allows you to scan, weigh and measure calories, carbohydrates, protein, fat, fibre and sodium, as well as record a food diary, thanks to an automatic meal documentation feature.
NutriTab connects to the Terraillon Wellness Coach app too, so you can set your goals and get free advice.
Army&You has one NutriTab in black or white, retailing at £79.99, to give away.
Kids will love building their BRIO World, with an endless variety of tracks, trains and accessories to fuel their imagination.
BRIO’s countryside theme features the lumber loading set which comes with a loading station, lift and load and four-wheel drive vehicles, a forest worker, trees, mountain rock pieces and a bridge.
The lumber train has two wagons with logs that can be raised one-by-one with a magnetic lift.
We have one lumber loading set to give away, plus four runner-up prizes of the lumber train.
Tuck into one of the great British stories of the Second World War – the heroic tale of how Lord Woolton, Minister of Food, really fed Britain.
Eggs or Anarchy, priced £20, is the story of his battle to outwit unscrupulous black market dealers.
Esteemed food writer William Sitwell uses unpublished diaries, secret documents and hidden dossiers to show how Lord Woolton was literally faced with the choice of eggs or anarchy.
Army&You has five copies of this fabulous prize for foodies to give away.
Looking for the perfect place to keep your medals, jewellery and military keepsakes?
The Medal Box Company produces bespoke medal boxes which can be engraved with a regimental cap badge, name, rank and Service number.
Owner and military wife Julie George created The Medal Box Company, which is licensed by the MOD to use Armed Forces insignia.
Enter for your chance to win a bespoke medal box engraved with your soldier’s cap badge.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, SpongeBob SquarePants, Paw Patrol and Dora the Explorer are just some of the familiar faces you’ll find in the new flagship Nickelodeon store in Leicester Square, London.
Spanning two floors, the store is a fun-filled destination for families, with more than 600 products from clothing to footballs.
Army&You has three large plush toys, worth £40 each, to give away. Enter and choose either SpongeBob SquarePants or Patrick.