Free Competition – Entry Deadline Extended

This free and easy to enter competition has had its closing date extended until 31st January 2012 and you can use as many different email addresses to enter as you like, as long as you have permission of course.  Just name the Yorkshire Three Peak in this picture.It was taken from above Langcliffe. You can even see where we are based in this picture too – to the left of middle and towards the bottom.

The Prize –  You can chose one from the following events

  • 1 place on a NNAS Bronze/Silver navigation course.
  • 2 places on a Getting Started with Navigation day
  • 2 places on a Developing your Compass Skills day
  • 2 places on a Walking with a GPS day
  • A guided walk in the area for up to 10 people (excludes a 3 Peaks guided walk)

You can see more details of these prizes on our web site

Enter your answer in the form above or email us to info@yorkshiredalesguides.co.uk

The competition is open to anyone but you must be at least 16 to come on the event.  The winner will be chosen from all the correct email entries received by midnight on 31st January. CLOSING DATE EXTENDED. The prize can be chosen from our advertised dates for courses or the guided walk will be arranged for a date suitable for the winner, subject to availability, and will need to be claimed by 30th June 2012. This date has been extended too.  There are no cash alternatives. The result of the draw will be sent via a one off newsletter. You can immediately unsubscribe if you do not wish to receive any more from Yorkshire Dales Guides.

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