Win one of five £100 vouchers for the UK’s No.1 Forest Adventure!

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This week our friends at Go Ape are giving FIVE lucky winners a £100 voucher.

Take your family or a group of mates on a brilliant outdoor adventure with this week's prize.

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Bring out your inner Tarzan! Enjoy award-winning outdoor activities with this week's brilliant prize, and you could soon be having a fun day out by choosing from one of 30 different adventures based around the country, each set in some of Britain’s most spectacular forests.

Activities include Tree Top Adventure, Forest Segways, Tree Top Junior and Zip Trekking Adventure. Go Ape is all about getting out, having fun, spending time with friends and going in search of adventure. Life would be so dull without it!

Simply pull a pint for your chance to win this week’s main prize or other great prizes!

See more about Go Ape at goape.co.uk

 

Previous Winners

Thanks for the Ray Bans, class pair of sunglasses, amazed that I had won, I tried to keep playing not realising, I know lightning doesn’t strike twice but I am still trying every day.

Mick, Newcastle upon Tyne

It was a very nice surprise when the pint glass filled up and announced I was the main prize winner. Although I live a long way from Carlisle where Five Senses is, I'm going to book a couple of nights in a hotel and enjoy seeing Carlisle and the Lake District as well as having some beauty treatments at Five Senses with my voucher prize.

Nicola, Andover

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This Week’s Runner Up Prize

Jennings Cumberland Cream T Shirt

PLUS all qualifying entrants will be entered into a prize draw to win “Beer for a Year” Terms & Conditions apply.

The Lake District National Park

The Lake District gained National Park status in 1951.
Not only is the Lake District England's largest National Park extending over an area of approximately 880 square miles, it is also the UK's most popular. The Lake District, often simply referred to as 'The Lakes' is the most mountainous part of the country, with 100 peaks over 2,000 feet and 16 lakes including the longest and deepest. Only the Cairngorms in Scotland is larger and more mountainous.

The area has also become associated with writer Beatrix Potter. She loved life in the Lake District and became a prominent member of the farming community. She worked closely with the National Trust, helping them to acquire land and manage farms with a view to long-term preservation.

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