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French holiday competition results

Firstly, I apologise for the result of the 'win a holiday in France' competition being released so late in the day but we had unexpected visitors just as I was processing the photographs and they stayed for an hour and a half. I wanted the draw to be as fair and transparent as possible so I asked my daughter Fleur to pick three names out of a large bag. Twenty names had been included in the draw (those that had re registered their interest). I decided to draw three names so that if the winner was not able to travel and take up the holiday in early June 2009 then there were two reserves. So with no further ado, it is with great pleasure to announce that Sue Loader's name was the first to be pulled out. Don't worry, if you didn't win because I can assure you that I intend to do a similar thing at a later date. The second and third place will be notified via private message and thank you everyone for taking part. Best regards Phil
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    Congrats Sue, looking forward to seeing your pics next year :-)
    Craig
  • All the best Sue.your'll love it.........maybe my look will change nxt year incidently Phillip Landscape Juice is proving to be a winner...well done
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