Win a spring break in Glasgow!

12:48 17 April 2012

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Experience a short break in Glasgow this Spring. Explore the world-class museums and galleries – many of which are FREE to visit, shop on the Style Mile, enjoy a long drink in a pavement café or take a relaxing stroll through the city’s stunning parks and gardens. There is so much to see and do in Glasgow, you will be spoilt for choice.

Prize including:

For a chance to win just tell us;

What is the name of the river that runs through Glasgow?

A) River Clyde
B) River Tay
C) River Thames

Email your answer, name, address and telephone number to londonmarketing@archant.co.uk

Competition closes midday on Monday 30th April. All prize elements are strictly subject to availability. Prize must be taken by 31st October 2012. Hotel is based on 2 people sharing a twin or double room and must be taken over a Thur & Fri or Sun & Mon. Train travel is not valid for journeys between 31 May and 5 June inclusive, or between 24 & 28 August inclusive. Full Archant rules apply.

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