With thoughts already turning to summer in a desire to escape the winter gloom, the competition gives one lucky winner the choice of a 3 night weekend or a 4 night midweek self-catering Haven Holiday for a family of up to 6 people sharing a Deluxe 2 bedroom Holiday Home at any of the 35 Haven Holiday Parks during March, April or May 2010 (excluding Bank Holiday periods).
However, entry to the competition isnt restricted to existing subscribers; anyone can enter online via www.candis.co.uk/win-a-haven-family-holiday-comp up until 31st December 2009 by answering a simple multiple choice question. Appealing to people with diverse interests, lively minds, warm hearts and a great sense of humour, Candis is recognised as one of the most unique magazines available, with a focus on family values and an exceptional track record of helping national and local charities.
This fantastic prize is the latest in a long line of regular competitions, giveaways and special offers run by the magazine for the benefit of its readers. With each Haven Holiday Park offering facilities including heated swimming pools, kids clubs, sports facilities and family entertainment, surrounded by scenic coastline, the lucky winner will have the freedom and choice of a great family getaway.
Jayne Kennedy, Website Marketing Manager at Candis commented: Our latest competition is the perfect antidote to the winter blues. Haven Holiday Parks offer an exceptional mix of opportunities for any family to have fun and explore together and, with no surcharges, credit card charges, airport queues or exchange rates to worry about, a very relaxing and happy holiday environment.
About Candis Magazine
Candis Magazine, published by Newhall Publications Ltd, traces it roots back to 1962 and the philanthropic work of its founder, Joseph K Douglas. Filled with features, interviews, health and consumer advice and great competitions, 10% of the subscription income is donated to health charities and community projects each month, generating well over £50 million for good causes since its foundation.