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The Prize

You and 5 guests will enjoy a week's stay at a Luxury Lodge on Carrick Golf Course in Loch Lomond, Scotland.

The lodge has two double en-suite bedrooms on the ground floor, and a huge living room and kitchen on the 1st floor.

There is also a third bathroom and sauna on the 1st floor and a pull down double bed.

The Carrick club-house offers a wide range of spa facilities, a wonderful swimming pool, roof-top Jacuzzi, thermal experience, bar, restaurant, gym – no extra costs, apart from spa treatments. 

A wonderful area for walks and, of course, golf.

Close enough for a day or an evening in Glasgow.

The original Loch Fyne restaurant is also about 30 minutes away.

*Available 4th-11th November 2018


The Cause

The Stationers’ Foundation is the education charity of the Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers, the City of London Livery Company for the communication and content industries.

At primary school level, with a focus on literacy, we fund two Saturday Schools in greater London run by Civitas. At secondary school level, we support Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy in SE London, which specialises in digital media.

We also sponsor the annual SHINE Schools Media Awards, where students from across the country win awards for their school magazines and websites.

At further and higher education level, we support a number of apprenticeship initiatives in the media industry and provide postgraduate bursaries for students requiring financial assistance on programmes leading to careers in our industries.

Our aim is to make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged young people, whilst connecting them to the communications and content industries and to the work of our Livery Company.

Thank you for your support.

Additional Details

  • Total number of people: 6.
  • To be scheduled at a mutually agreeable date.
  • Blackout dates may apply.
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