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Elfie Competition

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We’re offering a family of 4 the chance to win a fantastic daytrip to Lapland.This year’s Christmas competition, open to families who reside in the United Kingdom, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Republic of Ireland, is now up and running and we have some fantastic prizes for you to win PLUS THE winner will also win a Maxi voucher from Venture Studios worth £1,150.

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The fantastic first prize is for an Enchanting Lapland day trip for 2 adults and 2 children (aged between
2-11 years) from Canterbury Travel. The holiday must be taken in December 2019 and the package
includes return flights, transfers in Lapland, in-flight catering, thermal snow suits and boots, 2-course hot
lunch and of course a chance to meet the real Santa Claus!

All you have to do is….

STEP 1
Take an elfie (selfie) of yourself or the family and upload to our competition page

STEP 2
Answer our question “Why would your family like to win a trip to Lapland?”

STEP 3
Get as many votes as you can on our competition page!

HOW THE WINNER IS SELECTED
The top fifty entrants with the highest number of votes on Venture’s competition page
www.venturephotography.com/competition/elfie-competition
will be shortlisted.
Venture will then judge the top 50 entrants based on creativity and photography skills.
The final shortlisted entrants will then be judged on the answer to the big question:
“Why would your family would like to win a trip to Lapland?”.

Runner up prizes….
We are giving away 5 Gold Family Photography Voucher’s to 5 lucky runner ups!

See our Elfie Competition full terms and conditions

Your Elfie Selfies may take up to 24 hours to appear on our competition page

Entrants

Rob Mitchell

Our son asks if Santa gets presents at Christmas and if he could visit him he would take something. We are a Christmas loving family but I think James is secretly an Elf! To venture to Lapland would be our dream and make our DIY Lapland come alive! #webelieve

Total votes: 7

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JOANNE ONEILL

We would love to make a memory everlast Of feeding reindeer and sledging with huskies real fast Of snowmen, snow angels, snowball fights and more An adventure full of fun and giggles galore To somewhere so magical like no place we\'ve been To see Santa in lapland would be such a dream

Total votes: 4

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Linda

To build some childlike magical memories for my family after my sons awake brain surgery to remove a brain tumour. Your never to old to experience the magic of Lapland.

Total votes: 0

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Ruth Boulton

As my mum lives with us, the age range in my family is from 11 to 79 so finding a holiday to suit everyone is very difficult but this would tick everyone\'s box and give us real fun time together

Total votes: 0

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Tracey Amer

Just like the little boy in The Snowman, we\'d be \'WALKING IN THE AIR\' if we won the magical day trip to Lapland!

Total votes: 12

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Donna

It would be lovely to have some family time. Life is so busy and we all lead almost separate lives. Would be nice to just stop and enjoy time with one another!

Total votes: 4

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Grace Sarah Farquhar

We love adventure and new things and a trip to Lapland would be so much fun before the kids get too old (become strappy teenagers, lol) .

Total votes: 0

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Joy Lee

It would be a magical experience and would make family memories that would last a lifetime.

Total votes: 0

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Katy badrock

My little boy had open heart surgery in November 2018. He has shown unbelievable bravery throughout and his attitude towards everything life has thrown at him has made it that little bit easier to cope. He and his sister deserve this holiday and so much more x

Total votes: 0

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Marie

To keep the magic of Christmas alive through making special memories

Total votes: 0

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Rebecca osborne

What an amazing experience this would be. Me and my husbands favourite time of year is Christmas it’s such a magical time. We hope a trip to Lapland will install how magical Christmas is to our little one from A young age. #We are believers! #We love Christmas! #Elfie family

Total votes: 16

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Becky Rowley

I am a single mum and have always wanted to take my children to Lapland but not being able to afford it. Our wishes would come true!

Total votes: 0

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Emma Mitchell

There’s only one CD in our car, It’s not nursery rhymes or dubstar, It’s Xmas songs...even in June, So little James would be over the moon, To “venture” to Lapland for a day, To see Santa, reindeer and sleigh, He enjoyed taking this “snap”, Thanks guys now that’s a “wrap”

Total votes: 6

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Liezel Wolmarans

Looking forward to have Christmas all over again in Lapland - with snow, reindeers, huskies and of course, our kids! We haven’t been to this part of the world and it just may open up new avenues for love, life and destiny! All the best with your selection!

Total votes: 0

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Keri

My daughters are growing so fast (11&14) they still believe in Santa, despite conflicting views from friends. What better way to confirm to them that their belief is real than seeing the real Santa in Lapland.

Total votes: 0

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Cara Wright

We go to aviemore every year my daughter thinks it’s the North Pole, this will be our last year with a believer would love to make it really special and show her the real North Pole

Total votes: 0

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Lynsey

My 3 girls would love to win a trip to lap land and meet Santa, we love Christmas and really get into the Christmas spirt, it would be amazing to meet the real Santa and all his helpers

Total votes: 0

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Nicola

Although they’re grown up they all still love Christmas and they always wanted to go to Lapland when they were younger but we just couldn’t afford to take them so this would be great to relive their childhood dream.

Total votes: 0

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Kate Winfield

My daughter will be 10 in May and still believes but I want to keep this going as long as possible. A trip to Lapland will secure another year of magic

Total votes: 0

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Gemma Fletcher

My children ask me daily to go to Lapland but it’s just too expensive. We can never afford trips away

Total votes: 0

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Hollie Rees

In the words of my daughter, “Santa is my best friend, he can come and see us”. What more could a little girl want than to visit her best friend at his house? A truly magical and unforgettable experience for all of our family.

Total votes: 7

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