Travel: In the footsteps of the moguls: our competition winners
Sunday 22 August 1999
First prize of a month for two holidaying in the footsteps of the moguls goes to Mark Middleton of Norfolk.
The 20 runner-up prizewinners are: Ian Brodie of Cumbria, Charles Bennett of Derbyshire, Jeremy Ross of Herefordshire, Sarah Bowen of Somerset, Denis C.Thurley of Wiltshire, H Dawkins of Kent, Elizabeth Burgess of Durham City, Patrick Duthie of Edinburgh, Bill Stevens of Derby, G A McDougal of London, M C Turner of London, Daphne Bates of Brighton, A Sellars of Newton Abbot, Chloe Starr of Darlington, Brendan McGrath of County Clare, Kate Hook of London, C Adamson of East Sussex, Louise Fitzgerald of Dublin, Louise Hobbs of Cambridge and Adam Broadway of Cambridge.
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