GREAT HALF TERM OFFERS

22nd October 2008 - 1st November 2008

As part of the Great Days Out Campaign from 92.5 Cheshire FM why not take advantage of three money-saving offers in Chester?

During Half-Term Break, mention 92.5 CHESHIRE FM when booking and you will receive a FREE child place for every full-paying adult with the following two Chester attractions:

Chester Boats on the River Dee at Chester Quayside

Busy Bus Tours from the Chester Visitor Centre

And, here's a Buy-One-Get-One FREE offer, if you mention 92.5 CHESHIRE FM when booking. It is fun for all, if you enjoy LASER FIRE in the battle zone of the 21st Century:

The Chester Quasar in Volunteer Street

The above offers are valid from Saturday 25th October to Sunday 2nd November 2008 and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

If you are travelling by Northern Rail download your voucher for a FREE JAM DOUGHNUT from Greggs, the bakers, in the Forum Shopping Centre, Chester.

Look out for more great offers from Cheshire FM working with Cheshire by Train.

PS Don't forget the free shuttle bus from the Chester Railway Station, when travelling by train! 

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