Win a meal for 2 at The Talbot!

23 June 2011 No Comments

This Competition is now closed. Keep an eye out for future competitions.

In keeping with the Winton Carnival this Saturday, weve teamed up with popular Winton pub, The Talbot whose homemade food can be yours for the taking. All you have to do is answer an easy question to be in with a chance of winning a meal for two up to the value of £15. Youve got until Monday to enter, so hurry! Full Ts and Cs below.

Talbot Pub

Competition now closed congratulations to the winner chosen at random: Lynda Carter!

Terms: 1 – Winners will be selected at random from all entries with the correct answer that are validly received. Editor’s decision is final. 2 – Winner can collect prize from BHbeat offices, Winton, or from the Talbot Pub. 3 – Prize valid until 31/07/11. 4 – No cash alternative.  5 – Employees or close associates of or The Talbot are not eligible to win. 6 – Competition closes at 12 midday Monday 27th June 2011. 7 – Prize includes a meal for two up to the value of £15.

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