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A Fearne-tastic prize for our winner

Posted 25.03.2015

In February, Trisha Heaton, from Lancaster Royal Grammar School, was delighted to win £50 of High Street vouchers in the February Calendar competition. Here she is being presented with her prize by Thomas Somers, Signs Express Lancaster.

Thomas presenting Trisha with her prize

Thomas presenting Trisha with her prize

Trisha who is looking forward to going on a shopping trip, admitted that although she knew the answer to January’s question she didn’t need a Blue Ray Player so didn’t enter but thought shopping vouchers would ideal! She correctly answered our competition to "name the personality" which was Fearne Cotton. 

The calendar competition, in which we ask people to “solve the picture puzzle”, sees one lucky entrant each month win fantastic prizes in our monthly draw. 

If you haven’t got one of our great desk top calendars, do not despair, you can still enter the competition. Not sure who/what it could be? For extra clues follow us on Twitter, Facebook or G+ 

All answers must be emailed to


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