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WIN a walking holiday for two with EDIE

“An inspiring tale of strength, courage and refusing to bow down to expectations” - Andrew Macarthur, ThePeoplesMovies.com

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To celebrate the release of EDIE, in cinemas from 25th May, we are offering you the chance to win a walking holiday for two in the Scottish heartland, including flights, accommodation, car hire and more.

“It’s never too late”

Edie Still Sheila Hancock stars as the rebellious and unconventional heroin, Edith Moore

Set against the stunning backdrop of the Scottish Highlands, this story is a tale of triumph over adversity as Edie embarks on the adventure of a lifetime to prove to herself, and those closest to her, that it is never too late to fulfil your dreams.

Edie still The Scottish mountain Suilven in West Sutherland, the natural backdrop for this timeless tale

Committed to making the outdoors accessible to everyone, we are pleased to offer two outdoor enthusiasts the chance to follow in Edie’s footsteps and relive, what is set to be, one of the most memorable movie moments of 2018.

How to Enter

Use the widget below to enter our competition. Each action is worth one entry, the more actions you complete the better chance you have of winning!

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Win a walking holiday for two with EDIE

Prize package for 2 adults includes:

- Return flights from London or Manchester to Inverness, Scotland, including taxes, fees and hand baggage only
- 4-day car hire, to be collected/dropped off at Inverness airport, including hire of GPS
- 3 nights’ hotel accommodation in Loch Ness, with a four-star rating, based on sharing a double or twin room
- Daily full Scottish breakfast
- Dinner on one evening at the hotel (To the value of £50pp)
- Picnic to the value of £40

Competition closes on 4th June

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Welcome! Willkommen! Konnichiwa!
(whispering) Now lean in we're going to tell you a secret…
Sam is not actually an outdoorsman! ...yet.
 

In fact Sam is actually quite new to this whole outside doors business, is that how you say it?
Sam lived in London for 4 years and claims that the closest he got to green space was when he re-painted his flat.
However, after moving to Japan to live and work as an English teacher Sam had the opportunity (and the time) to explore the length and breadth of the southern most isles of sleepy, rural Kyushu. It was here where the obsession with the great outdoors started. Nothing propels you faster along a trail than the knowledge of a long hot soak in one of Japan’s many Natural hot springs. Sometimes buried deep in the mountains!

On his travels Sam visited the hiking island of Yakushima, skied in Blistering snow in Hokkaido and completed a 3 day trek through the Tu Lan cave system in Cambodia, but more on that later.
 

For now though, Sam is making up for lost time by spending more of it in the great British countryside and exploring the beautiful hikes and trails we have right here on our doorsteps. Sam will be writing for the more lightweight outdoorist, soaking up as much knowledge he can about Modern Bushcraft, Design and Function, Books and much more.

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amanda w 04-06-18 13:38
what a fab competition! fingers crossed for a win! would be great for me and the hubby!!
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