WIN!: A Sony goodie hamper worth £500 in our competition with Kellyvision of Whittlesey

PUBLISHED: 15:06 24 December 2009 | UPDATED: 09:25 02 June 2010

This Sony radio/cassette/CD player worth £49.99 is up for grabs in the hamper.

This Sony radio/cassette/CD player worth £49.99 is up for grabs in the hamper.

HERE S a great chance to hide those January blues and bag yourself some superb Sony goodies as a late Christmas present. We have teamed up with Kellyvision of Whittlesey to offer one lucky reader an amazing package worth £500. Inside the Kellyvision and S

The Sony portable DVD player that comes with the hamper.

HERE'S a great chance to hide those January blues and bag yourself some superb Sony goodies as a late Christmas present.

We have teamed up with Kellyvision of Whittlesey to offer one lucky reader an amazing package worth £500.

Inside the Kellyvision and Sony Christmas Prize Draw hamper will be a portable DVD player, a digital camera and a CD/cassette/radio player.

The DVD player is worth £159.99 and comes with a seven-inch widescreen monitor and a USB port for JPEG picture and MP3 music playback.

The digital camera, meanwhile, is worth £289.99. The high-sensitivity 7.2 megapixel camera takes pictures and shoots video, has a stainless steel body and 3x optical zoom.

Then there's the stylish CD/cassette/radio player, worth £49.99. It has an AM/FM tuner, stereo speakers and Megabass.

But there's only one way to get your hands on this package - and it's by answering this simple question:

In which Fenland town is Kellyvision based?

Send your answer on a postcard including your name, address and daytime contact number to Kellyvision Competition, 51 High Street, March, PE15 9JJ, to arrive no later than noon on Thursday January 7.

Alternatively, email your entry by clicking here. Emails must include your name, address and daytime contact number.

Archant competition rules apply.


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