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Win a two night stay in a luxury room at Branston Hall Hotel @ Countryfile

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Found 6th Apr
Two nights at Branston Hall Hotel, Lincoln is up for grabs! This two night break includes dinner in the award winning Lakeside Restaurant and a luxury double room, plus breakfast on both days and Pimms and cake on arrival

What year was Branston Hall built?
ANSWER: B) 1885

branstonhall.com/abo…-us
Branston Hall was originally built in 1885 as a stately home for Sir Leslie Alexander Melville
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16 Comments

Won't enter, it's asking for a number?

I cant even see the entry form , only to subscribe to the magazine

Many thanks marba.
I persevered with it and entered every detail by hand instead of form fill and bingo,,,

Thank you

Form appeared this time, many thanks Marba
I just wanted to say please dont think i am ungrateful if i spot a problem and post it, its just to advise others also
I am mystified sometimes when someone posts a thank you when no one can enter for some reason,it makes me think they have entered successfully when they could not have, although not in this case
Sorry for the drawn out explanation , and i appreciate everyones contribution
Edited by: "telmealing" 6th Apr

Entered now, still has a box under the email boxes that just says 'Number' but just entered a zero and is accepted, odd.

Thanx marba

Thank you

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THANKS

Thanks

Thanks as always marba X)

Thank you - mine wouldn't go through until I put something in every line of the address!

Thank You

Original Poster

All I can say is that I had no problems at all, otherwise I would have mentioned it.

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