My Kent Family has teamed up with Kent-based coach company Crosskeys to offer one lucky family the holiday that dreams are made of. We have a trip to Disneyland Paris to giveaway for two adults and two children - and what's more the holiday is in the school summer holiday so all families can enter!
You will be travelling to France by coach* on August 15 and staying at Disney's Santa Fe Hotel for two nights. Breakfast is included with your stay is as your family's three day hopper ticket to Disneyland and all its attractions.
* - Crosskeys coaches pick up from Park Street, Ashford or Cheriton (free parking). 2 adults and 2 children, a third child will be eligible if under 3 years old and able to sleep in a cot in the family room.
After 40 years providing coach hire, day trips and short breaks to the people of East Kent, Crosskeys Coaches launched an independent travel agency in Folkestone, Kent.
As your local travel agent, we work with a number of holiday and travel providers to ensure we can source you the perfect holiday. Whether it’s a city break, worldwide cruise, family holiday or coach tour; our travel representatives offer an unrivalled level of customer service, together with a choice of holidays at competitive prices.
Simply enter your details to be in with a chance of winning.
Competition closes Monday, March 27.
Tickets are nontransferable. Prize can’t be exchanged for cash. One entry per person. Terms and conditions apply. Please click here.
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