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Win a break at the Tower of Hallbar : 5th Jan 05

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Win a break at the Tower of Hallbar THE romantic Tower of Hallbar is a landmark in the Clyde Valley. Once home to the Lockharts of Lee, the four-storey tower was built in 1581 within five acres of … Read More
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Win a break at the Tower of Hallbar
THE romantic Tower of Hallbar is a landmark in the Clyde Valley.
Once home to the Lockharts of Lee, the four-storey tower was built in 1581 within five acres of countryside.
The building has recently been restored to its former glory, and has been decorated with heraldic ceiling paintings, rich fabrics and oak furniture to evoke images of the 16th Century.
The adjacent cottage has been fitted out with facilities for a physically disabled person and their carer.
The Tower of Hallbar, awarded four-star self-catering by the Scottish Tourist Board, is the perfect place for a holiday in the Clyde Valley.

To enter, answer this question

Which birthday did the National Lottery celebrate earlier this year?

10th :)

Send your answer, name, address and postcode by Wednesday January 5 to Hallbar Tower Competition at [email protected]


http://www.sundaypost.com/win.htm


The holiday is for up to five people and must be taken before December, 2005. Dates excluded are March 19 to April 1, June 18 to September 3 and between December 20 and January 3, 2006. The prize includes three nights accommodation only, travel costs and food are not included.
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Never heard of the place, even though I grew up in Glasgow and was bored to tears with having 'landmarks' in the Clyde Valley area pointed out to me :lol:

A holiday anywhere would be lovely though, just hope dogs are allowed if I win!

Thanks a lot :D
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I could do with a break... anywhere will do... cheers...

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