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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

sarah morris

Would be a magical holiday kids are getting older so one more special holiday would be fantastic

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David Rigby

We have 2 adopted children with ADHA and we can only afford small breaks in the UK , My wife works Very hard looking after the boys and I know it’s here dream to go to Lapland it will be nice to give her and the boys something special

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Sarah Toms

I am a loan parent and would love to give my children this magical experience whilst they are so young and innocent. We have had a very upsetting year loosing my auntie and her baby granddaughter. I would love my mum and brother to be able to join us too

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Andrew Clark

It would be amazing to see the children enjoy it while they still feel the real magic of Christmas

Total votes: 2

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Bryan Henwood

My Dad passed away in 2011 and never got to celebrate a Christmas with his eldest nephew Martyn\'s daughter Ella, his great-granddaughter who is now 6. Dad loved family Christmases and a trip to Lapland for Martyn, Ella, my wife & I would make memories for us to treasure.

Total votes: 0

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Patricia Mann

Would love to give this as a gift to my son his wife and beautiful daughter Ava. They are both teachers and work very hard all year long so this would be a wonderful treat fot all of them.

Total votes: 0

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Clair Clowes

Last Christmas our daughter Poppy underwent open heart surgery at Great Ormond Street hospital, the day our son Thomas turned 3 months old. It was an incredibly stressful time, but Poppy made an amazing recovery. A trip to Lapland would allow us to create

Total votes: 14

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Louise lyons

We would love to see Lapland as a family. Our first family holiday together to make it a memorable one would be extra special

Total votes: 0

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Karl brown

I would like to win a trip to Lapland as I went with my son in 2015 and met my fiancé in the hotel with her two children, we now have a baby due and would be lovely to return as a complete family. Thanks

Total votes: 0

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Trish Miles

Always wanted to visit. Magical experience

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Georgina Field

Unfortunately I’m a single parent of an adorable loving two year old boy! It would make our dreams come true and for him to see Santa and bring magic into his world.

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Rebecca Henwood

My father-in-law passed away 11 years ago; my mother passed away 3 years ago; our family Christmas is now my mother-in-law , my father , my husband and myself. It would be wonderful for the four of us to have a memorable Christmas trip to Lapland.

Total votes: 0

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Hayley Forster

Both of my boys are adopted and it would be a fantastic memory to cherish as something we did as a family

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carly tagg

Lapland would be grand Especially Christmas time, The kids can play with elves and mum can drink mulled wine!

Total votes: 0

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Jim Radford

My wife and I would love to treat our daughter to a visit to Lapland, my daughter goes mad for Christmas, and would love to meet the big man,...as would I and I am 38!

Total votes: 0

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Gemma Cross

The children are Christmas crazy! A trip to lapland really woyld be a dream come true

Total votes: 27

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Debbie Hunt

Because we have always wanted to take the kids there and experience a proper white Christmas and experience the magic.

Total votes: 3

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Wendy Roberts

Because my grandson was born at 25 weeks and has had a traumatic start to his life & this would make him so happy

Total votes: 0

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Carla coyle

We are a hard working family, my partner runs his own business and I run a room in a children’s nursery. Our jobs are rewarding but they do take away from the precious time we get to spend together! This would be magical!

Total votes: 34

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raj

we have had a tough year with my husband being ill and we wont be able to go on holiday for a long while yet. my son would love it!

Total votes: 0

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Sara O\\\\\\\'Shea

To have snowball fights in the Finnish woods, to ride in sleighs pulled by reindeer and huskies, to meet the real Father Christmas, to eat squeaky cheese and drink warm Glögi; but most importantly, to spend quality family time together, watching our child

Total votes: 9

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