Visit Pontins at Christmas and win a free holiday

THE RECORDER newspapers have teamed up with Pontin’s to offer readers a free break if you visit for the Christmas period.

Santa’s reindeer and elves would like to invite you to join them at Pontin’s this December for a great selection of festive, fun-packed breaks, which include mince pies, a very special all new Bluecoat pantomime show, character appearances, a fabulous party to see in the New Year, plus many more magical delights.

Choose from Christmas four-night break – Thursday, December 23 to Monday, December 27, New Year four-night break – Thursday, December 30 to Monday, January 3 (including free Festive Filler 2010 – three-night break – Monday, December 27 to Thursday, December 30) from under �10pppn.

Alternatively, visit Pontin’s for Christmas or New Year from under �17pppn** and grab a free break in 2011, choosing from February half-term 2011; three-night break – selected dates; or Easter breaks two/three night break – selected dates.

Whichever break you decide there is lots to do inside and out at Pontin’s. With up to 70 free activities, including crazy golf, karaoke, live entertainment and Bluecoat shows, indoor swimming pools with free swimming lessons, family friendly kids’ clubs, character appearances, plus �75 vouchers to spend, you are sure to have a fantastic time whenever you visit.


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These breaks take place at four self-catering holiday parks: Brean Sands, Somerset; Camber Sands, East Sussex; Southport, Merseyside and Prestatyn Sands, North Wales.

To book call 0844 576 5944 quoting Offer Code SZ88.

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Additionally, one lucky reader can be the winner of a three/four night break to one of Pontin’s self-catering parks.

For a chance to win, send your name, address and telephone number to Pontin’s Competition, c/o Maxine Leckerman, Recorder Newspapers, Media House, 539 High Road, Ilford, Essex IG1 1UD.

The first entry drawn from the postbag on the closing date of Thursday, November 25 will win the prize.

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