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How many years has The Royal Bank of Scotland sponsored the world famous Hogmanay Street Party?

5 :D

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Competition closes Monday, 10th December
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#1
Thanks for this + the answer :)
#2
Cheers... :D
#3
The lucky winner and guest will enjoy a two-night luxury stay, including breakfast, at the 5* Sheraton Grand Hotel in the centre of Edinburgh, from Friday, December 31 to Saturday, January 1.

They will also receive a pair of passes to attend the Royal Bank Street Party, two tickets to the Concert in The Gardens on New Year’s Eve and £100 to cover travelling expenses (plus a fleece and hat to keep you warm at the party).

http://www.gm.tv/index.cfm?articleid=12162

Answer: 5

[color=brown]mod edit: merged as more than one of the same topic - Please use the "search" facility above - When searching try putting one distinct word into the search box - such as "tickets" - You should then see any posts with tickets in the body or title of the subject - Thanks for the post though![/color]
#5
Oops sorry.
I did do a search beforehand but I couldn't find anything.

Probably because I can't spell Hogmanay (Hogmany).

:oops:
#6
davemichael
Oops sorry.
I did do a search beforehand but I couldn't find anything.

Probably because I can't spell Hogmanay (Hogmany).

:oops:

:D:D:D
#7
I know it can be a pain searching but you can narrow down the chances of too many to look through.

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Hope that helps :D
#8
rayman
I know it can be a pain searching but you can narrow down the chances of too many to look through.

Search for Keywords:
You can use AND to define words which must be in the results, OR to define words which may be in the result and NOT to define words which should not be in the result. Use * as a wildcard for partial matches.

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Hope that helps :D

Great info... but shouldnt this info be a sticky for all to see... :!: :D:D:D
#9
I just thought it would be best where people actually look + also the sticky's that are there now have all the rules - terms + so on.

:D Just trying to help by putting it in a more likely to be looked at place ;)

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