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£1,000 holiday is top prize in competition to show North Devon is undiscovered gem

By e_glanfield  |  Posted: October 13, 2013

Instow beach. Photo by Andrew Bennett

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A fun-packed holiday worth £1,000 is being offered as the top prize in a competition to prove that North Devon is England’s best-kept secret.

Yoghurt brand Stapleton, based at Langtree, near Torrington, is offering a one-week holiday at a five star resort in Instow next summer.

It is part of a campaign to prove that North Devon is an undiscovered gem in England.

Peter Duncan, founder of Stapleton said: “From pristine sandy beaches, to rolling green fields, pretty fishing villages and bustling market towns, North Devon is truly the best of England in microcosm.

“This prize will give the lucky winner a taste of the best our area has to offer – just like our yogurt.”

The competition winner will stay at bed and breakfast Springfield House, receive free entry to top North Devon attractions including Exmoor Zoo, The BIG Sheep, RHS Rosemoor, get a free surf lesson with North Devon Surf School and a free activity session at Skern Lodge.

In addition, 15 runners-up will receive free entry for the whole family to either RHS Rosemoor, Exmoor Zoo or The Big Sheep.

The promotion will feature on a special sticker on 300,000 Stapleton yoghurt pots sold across the UK over the next eight weeks.

Competitors can enter online by visiting www.stapletonfarm.co.uk/devon-holiday-competition and answering the following question: Which river flows through the town of Bideford in North Devon?

Competition entries must be received by December 15.

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