Win 40 Family Breaks; Walt Disney Studios Park

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Win 40 Family Breaks; Walt Disney Studios Park


YOUR Mirror is going monster crazy with our fabulous competition to win 40 family breaks to the new Walt Disney Studios Park at Disneyland Resort Paris.

You and your family will be treated to a super four-day holiday adventure where you can surround yourself with an exciting world of cinema, animation and television at Disney's brand-new theme park.

And, of course, you'll also be able to visit Disneyland Park, which is right next door. Each break also includes accommodation, meals and return travel on Eurostar, right to the gates of the Park.

You'll even be able to meet Mike and Sulley (pictured below), the characters from Monsters Inc, Disney's latest hit movie.

So don't miss this great opportunity to treat YOUR little monsters to a fantastic break to Disneyland Paris.

To enter, all you have to do is collect two differently-numbered tokens from those we're printing in The Mirror today, tomorrow and Friday.

Attach these to the collector form we'll print tomorrow and send to Mirror Disney Breaks Competition, PO Box 300, Washington, NE38 0YB.

The winners will be the first 40 entries drawn at random after the competition closes on Friday, February 22, 2002.

No purchase is necessary. For a collector form and tokens, send a SAE to Mirror Disney Breaks Competition, PO Box 4017, London, E14 5BJ to arrive by Monday, February 18, 2002. …

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