Win a 3-night mid-week Champneys Spa Break
Monday 22 September 2008
Champneys Health Resorts are offering you and a friend the chance to win a luxury three night break at either the glamorous Forest Mere in Hampshire, the modern Springs in Leicestershire or the cosy Henlow in Bedfordshire all set in sweeping countryside.
They all offer elegant and luxurious accommodation, healthy cuisine, the latest fitness regimes, as well as the most indulgent and pampering beauty treatments around. If you want to escape for a peaceful couple of days away, a Champneys health resort spa offers an idyllic country haven where you can relax and unwind. If in need of space and outdoor exercise you can enjoy the fresh air following the trails around the grounds, on foot or by bike, before relaxing in the spa.
We can tailor the perfect treatment package to suit your needs, too. With the combination of a leisurely fitness routine, peaceful relaxation and some pampering beauty treatments, it’s the perfect way to rejuvenate mind, body and soul.
This great prize includes:
* Two nights luxury accommodation at one of the Champneys Health Resorts (for 2 people)
* One Indulgent Body Massage per person
* One Relaxing Facial per person
* Unlimited use of all facilities and all meals
* For Him and Her Gift Set
IN WHICH COUNTY IS CHAMPNEYS’ HENLOW HEALTH RESORT SPA LOCATED?
To enter, simply answer the question online and input the code ‘spabreak’, at www.independentpromotions.co.uk/competitions
Terms & Conditions:
Not valid Saturday night, Not available at Champneys Tring, Non refundable,
Prize will be issued in the form of a gift voucher which will be valid for 12 months from date of issue. The voucher is non transferable. Please allow 28 days for delivery.
Independent terms & conditions can be found at www.independent.co.uk/legal. No purchase necessary.
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