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Eynsham Hall Competition Zanna

Win Dinner, Bed & Breakfast for Two at Eynsham Hall

Eynsham Hall is one of Oxfordshire’s great country houses. A fine Grade II Jacobean style mansion house, set within 3,000 acres of Oxfordshire’s finest parkland and easy access from M40, A34, A40 and London Paddington is just 60 minutes from Hanborough Station.

There is so much history with Eynsham Hall, it was in 1946 that the Hall took on possibly it’s most famous guise. For 35 years it was the District Police Training Academy, and was the venue from which the country’s police force would spend 12 weeks learning their basic skills. Thousands of Police Constable Recruits passed through Eynsham Hall’s doors, and many still return today to reminisce about their first taste of police life.

Eynsham Hall’s roots lie firmly in the business market. Despite the grandeur of the Main Hall, the entire site was developed purely as a dedicated conference and training centre. Boasting purpose-built facilities for conferences, training, meetings, events and team building exercises. The 40 dedicated meeting rooms can accommodate up to 150 delegates with corporate days for up to 5,000.

Eynsham Hall provides a choice of accommodation options, from traditional rooms located in the Main Hall, or quality study bedrooms in the Court, Lodge or Cottage buildings. All residents have access to the state of the Art Health & Fitness Club.

Enysham Hall are kindly offering an overnight stay for two people in one of their newly refurbished main hall bedrooms with dinner and breakfast included if you can answer the following question?

How much is the hotels Christmas Casino midweek package?

Closing date Wednesday 31st August 2016

All correct answers will be entered into a draw and the winner will be notified by email on the 1st September 2016

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