Win the holiday of a lifetime in Barbados with Dursley People

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By Rubyred | Thursday, January 31, 2013, 12:34

How do you fancy escaping the snow, rain and floods to soak up some beautiful Barbados sunshine?

Local People is offering one lucky reader/contributor the chance to win a fabulous holiday for two in the Caribbean paradise.

All you have to do to be in with a chance of jetting off to beautiful Barbados is tell us your holiday loves and loathes through our Great Escape poll.

We want to know what lengths the nation as a whole will go to to escape the British weather for sun, sea and sand on far-flung shores - and your views really count!

We want to know holidaymakers' pet peeves and the common trends they find themselves following in their pursuit of a sun-soaked week or two away.

By taking the Local People Great Escape poll you will automatically be entered into our competition to win a week's luxury break in Barbados.

The lucky winner will fly with Virgin Atlantic to Barbados, taking in the views of the beautiful Caribbean coastline as they come in to land. 

Just imagine the scenario should you be that lucky winner. You can look forward to relaxing as you are collected from the airport by a professional car service and chauffeured to your luxurious all-inclusive boutique hotel. 

You and one special person can look forward to spending the next seven days chilling at the Sugar Cane Club Hotel and Spa - an exclusive resort, offering two pools, two bars, restaurants, a squash court, a gym and its own art gallery. 

Kick back with a free massage for two in the spa. 

Explore the island with a complimentary island safari tour. 

And for nature lovers, you could even enjoy a morning of turtle spotting! 

For more information read on here.

To enter this fabulous competition and be in with a chance of winning this holiday of a lifetime, take our poll today!

* Terms and conditions apply. Please read the full terms of the competition here.

      

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