PracticeAccounting FirmsWin a five star holiday break!

Win a five star holiday break!

Here's your chance to win a fantastic break at one of the most luxurious hotels in the North West.

Accountancy Age

has teamed up with the newly-opened 5-star Lowry Hotel in Manchester, the latest venture of Sir Rocco Forte, to offer a lucky reader the chance to stay at this fantastic riverside location.

The winner gets a two-night bed and breakfast break for two, free dinner one night, free spa treatment and tickets to a top show.

Email the answer to the following question with your name, address and phone number to takingstock@accountancyage.com, or fax us on 020 7316 9250.

And the question is:

Deloitte & Touche’s ‘Rich List’ revealed that last year’s most wealthy football team had a turnover of Pounds 117m. Was it:

  • Manchester United
  • Manchester City
  • Melchester Rovers

    The winner will be drawn from TS’s Santa hat. Closing date is Tuesday 18 December 2001.

And if you don’t win, you can stay at the Lowry for just Pounds 60 per person per night, subject to conditions, by calling the hotel on 0161 827 4000 and saying the magic words, ‘Accountancy Age’. Offer valid until 31 March 2002.

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