Win the ultimate Spa Day at Champneys Henlow for two people
Champneys Henlow - Ultimate Spa Experience
Irish Jo had the pleasure of going to Champneys Resorts Henlow to experience the ultimate spa day. Here is her vlog of how her day went. You too could win this luxury experience. Keep an eye out for the competition going live tomorrow morning!Posted by MKFM 106.3 FM on Monday, February 26, 2018
MKFM have teamed up with Champneys Henlow for the opportunity to WIN the ultimate Spa Day experience for two.
Like what you saw? You too could win this luxury experience. Head over to our Facebook page where you will find all of the detail how to enter. Good luck!
What you can win:
Experience the delights of a full day of pampering and relaxation at Champneys Henlow the perfect countryside escape. You and your guest will have access to the spa facilities and a delicious three course buffet lunch. You will also be treated to a 25 minute Head in the Clouds treatment from the original spa pioneers to help restore your equilibrium*. If you have the energy (and can tear yourself away from the spa) you’ll have a choice of over 20 exercise classes, ranging from dynamic aerobics and indoor cycling to more relaxing yoga, meditation and pilates.
Henlow in Bedfordshire offers sumptuous accommodation in elegant surroundings, delicious cuisine, treatments and therapists focusing on both inner health and outer beauty, not to mention the latest fitness trends. For more information visit: champneys.com
Terms and conditions apply.*Treatments allocated per person will be a 25 minute Champneys Head in the Clouds Massage and cannot be exchanged. Valid Monday to Thursday only at Henlow. Prize must be booked and taken within 6 months from the date of issue, subject to availability. Guests must be 16 years or over, non-refundable and non-transferable. Travel to the spa is not included. Entries must be in by midnight on the 7th of March 2018
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