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Competition | #SetYourselfFree with Freeview Play

Posted November 3, 2015 - Blog Posts

For our latest competition, we want to know how you set yourself free from your busy life? So far our Twitter page has been buzzing with some fantastic responses, featuring everything from snowy mountain tops to lush tropical jungles.

There’s still time to enter. You could win one of five Red Letter Day experiences up to the value of £100, or our grand prize – a brand new Panasonic Freeview Play TV plus a Red Letter Day up to the value of £250.

All you need to do is tell us how you would Set Yourself Free in just one tweet using the hashtag #SetYourselfFree. Stuck for ideas? Take a look at some of our favourite entries below.

Entries close Sunday 29 November.

Cool runnings Maggie, dream big.

Sticking with the winter theme…you wouldn’t catch me on a snowboard, snow way!

Wouldn’t we all Peter, wouldn’t we all.

Ignite your passion for the great outdoors lads, the air will do you good.

Much kudos for the Twitter handle alone.

Stevie is up to his neck in the good life.

Frank’s been listening to a lot of Enya…

This shady couple don’t have to worry about silly things like beach bodies.

I wonder how many channels you’d get up there…

A concept that might be alien to some, but we hear you Sarah.

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