(PRWEB) August 21, 2007
Norwich Union, the team behind UK athletics, is promoting their "Join Our Team" campaign (http://www.joinourteam.com) to help local sports initiatives gain funding through peoples' votes. Those that do have the chance to win a fantastic holiday for 2 to La Manga.
You and a friend will stay for 7 nights in the five-star Hyatt Regency Hotel, located at the heart of the resort, where you can use your £500 spending money at the various boutiques, visit the Hotel spa, or just relax by the pool watching the golfers approaching the 18th hole.
For anyone who enjoys sunbathing, swimming, surfing or sailing, La Manga Club has its own quiet Mediterranean cove, La Cala. If you're after tennis, football, horse riding or cycling, there are always fun competitions amidst prestigious and scenic surroundings, and the resort's Tennis Centre, is one of the most highly regarded in Europe.
La Manga, recently voted Europe's top golfing resort, also prides itself on its three immaculate championship courses. And all this at a place that boasts 300 days of sunshine per year!
The holiday includes:
- Return flights from London
- Return airport/hotel transfers
- Accommodation for 7 nights
- Daily breakfast and dinner
- £500 spending money
To have a chance to win please visit http://www.joinourteam.com/index/prizes to enter.
Norwich Union - As the team behind UK Athletics, they are committed to making it easier for athletes of today and tomorrow achieve their dreams.
Apart from being fun and providing obvious health benefits, sport also helps children learn vital life skills such as teamwork, leadership, confidence, discipline and learning to win and lose. That's why their schemes with UK Athletics focus on fun and inclusion at all levels and abilities. From a child's first introduction to the basic athletic skills of running, jumping and throwing, to their first competitive action, our schemes have something for everyone.
Last year alone Norwich Union helped more than one million children get involved in athletics through their grassroots and development programmes. From this year their investment in grassroots athletics has trebled. As a result by 2012 Norwich Union hope to have engaged over 10 million children and over 100,000 teachers in nearly every school throughout the UK.
For some children though, our schemes provide the first stepping stones on a sporting career path that will hopefully end up on the podium at major championships. Many of Britain's top prospects such as Jessica Ennis, Nathan Douglas, Martyn Rooney and Mark Lewis-Francis have come through Norwich Union schemes.
These schemes are the heartbeat of their partnership with UK Athletics and will give the sport strong foundations for a lasting legacy.