COMPETITION

16 May, 2008

Come fly with Magners Light

To celebrate the launch of Magners Light in the Greater London area, one lucky OLN reader is being offered the chance to float away in a hot air balloon.

Crafted in the same tradition as Magners Original Irish Cider, Magners Light is low in calories at 92 per 33cl bottle, but still has 4.5% abv.

The winner will receive an exclusive private flight for two courtesy of Magners Light.

The prize includes Champagne on landing, a first-flight certificate and insurance from Cameron Flights Southern. "The flight will enable the winner to enjoy breathtaking views of

southern England's most beautiful countryside and famous landmarks in comfort, style and safety," a spokeswoman says.

Also included in the give-away is return travel and one night's accommodation, breakfast and dinner.

To enter just answer this question:

How many calories does a bottle of Magners Light contain?

Send your name, address and telephone number, by May 30, to: Nathalie Ballantine, Magners Competition, Spreckley Partners, 214 Great Portland Street, London W1W 5QN. The prize must be taken within 12 months of the closing date of competition and no cash alternative will be offered. For a full list of T&C s

write to: Magners Irish Cider, Trinity House, Cambridge Business Park, Cowley Road, Cambridge

CB4 0WZ. For further information on Cameron Flights Southern contact 0845 456 4202 or go to cameron-flights.co.uk.




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