Snap up a £250 holiday voucher with this Times competition

Thetford Anglia Co-operative Team. From left, assistant manager Zoe Adams, travel consultant Kerri

Thetford Anglia Co-operative Team. From left, assistant manager Zoe Adams, travel consultant Kerri Mann and branch manager Angela McCall. - Credit: Archant

Your holiday snaps could win you a £250 voucher courtesy of Thetford’s Anglia Co-operative travel branch in an exclusive Thetford and Brandon Times competition.

We’ve teamed up with the 40 King Street travel branch to give you the chance to win a great prize – just by sharing your favourite holiday photo with Times readers.

We want you to submit pictures of your holidays – funny or eye-catching – and the snap coming out top in a special reader vote will scoop the prize.

Our lucky winner will be able to use the voucher to pay for a break, or use it towards a family holiday.

Manager Angela McCall and colleagues Zoe Adams, Clare West and Kerri Mann will use their knowledge to help our winner get the most from their voucher.

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The team – who recently joined the Anglia Co-operative Travel stable - take pride in their knowledge and customer service and look forward to helping you with all of your holiday needs at their newly-refurbished premises.

To stand a chance of winning our fantastic prize send your favourite holiday snap to Holiday Snaps, Thetford and Brandon Times, 26 Mere Street, Diss, IP22 4AD, or email

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We’ll publish your entries and ask readers to vote for their favourite.

The snap receiving the most votes will win the prize.

The competition runs during the summer to give you a chance to capture and submit some top images.

It closes on August 31 and the winner will be announced in September when the public has voted on its favourite.

HOLIDAY ADVICE: Zoe Adams (assistant manager), Kerri Mann (travel consultant) and Angela McCall (branch manager) – ready to serve holidaymakers in the area and the lucky Thetford and Brandon Times competition winner.

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