Win a two-week holiday to the Isle of Wight

Exclusive to members

Entering our exclusive competition is easy. Just answer the questions – you’ll find the answers somewhere on the competition page – and follow the instructions carefully.
Please include your name and Club membership number with your entry so we can find your address.
Only one entry per membership is permitted.
Ferry travel is excluded on Bank Holiday weekends, all Saturdays in July and August, from 11 to 17 June and from 3 to 9 September. Sailings and stays at Adgestone Club Site are subject to availability.
Winners will be selected after the closing date of 10 May 2014.
The Editor’s decision is final and no telephone enquiries or correspondence will be entered in to. We also can’t offer a cash alternative to the prize. Unfortunately employees of the Club, Wightlink, their agents or relatives may not enter.
Read full competition terms and conditions below or call 024 7647 5274 to request a postal copy.

This competition has now ended. Many thanks to all those who entered.

April 2014 Mag competition - Win a two week holiday to the Isle of Wight

Spring is here and to celebrate we’re giving you the chance to win a fantastic holiday to the Isle of Wight.

We’ve teamed up with Wightlink Ferries to offer a return crossing to the Isle of Wight for up to four people travelling in a motorhome or a car towing a caravan or trailer.

The prize also includes a two-week stay at our 270-pitch Adgestone Club Site on a Club Service Pitch.

The Isle of Wight is a great holiday destination with its miles of sandy beaches and dramatic chalky coastline.

IOW ferryHistory buffs will be able to discover more about the island that was known by the Romans as Vectis and is home to the famous Carisbrooke Castle, a historic motte-and-bailey structure used to hold King Charles I prior to his trial and subsequent execution.

Elsewhere, beach lovers will be spoiled for choice with Sandown close to the Club Site and great for families, while there are plenty of facilities and activities at Shanklin, Ventnor, Cowes and Ryde too.

Queen Victoria made the island her summer holiday destination and had Osborne House, near Cowes, built for her family in 1845. The house is now maintained by English Heritage.

AdgestoneOther island attractions include Dinosaur Isle, the peaceful gorge of Shanklin Chine and Blackgang Chine with its mix of rides, goblins, dinosaurs and nursery rhyme characters. And after a busy day, you can unwind at Adgestone Club Site’s outdoor swimming pool.

If you’re not lucky enough to win the competition and would like to visit the Isle of Wight, then Club members can save up to 17.5 per cent off Wightlink car, caravan and trailer fares and up to 45 per cent off motorhomes more than 6m long and 2.25m high. For more information on how to take advantage of this member-only offer click here.

To enter you’ll need to complete our competition entry form and answer the following questions:

  • Which king was held at Carisbrooke Castle?
  • What name did the Romans give the Isle of Wight?

     

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