Winners of our Lancaster Competition announced.
Published on: 1 July 2022
To celebrate our out of hours screening of ‘Lancaster’ on 25 June we teamed up with Airfix to give our online visitors the opportunity to win one of 10 1:72 scale Dambuster Lancaster kits worth £46.99 in a free-to -enter competition which ran until 22 June.
All that entrants had to do was to answer the simple question below to be entered into a free prize draw to win a kit.
The question was at our London site we have a famous Lancaster bomber “S” for Sugar. How many operational sorties did ‘S for Sugar’ fly during the Second World War?
The correct answer is 137. In total we had 2,099 entrants with the correct answer. The 10 lucky winners who will be receiving their prize are:
- Marina Frow of Sheffield
- Karen Richards of Aberdare
- Christine Williams of Haverhill
- Jim McCall of Bradford
- Nigel Green of Tring
- Steve Barnes of Grimsby
- Brian Lodge of Ipswich
- Lindsey Fox of Swadlincote
- Robert Ellis of Llandudno
- Robert Hall of Burton-Upon-Trent
Their prize will be placed in the post in the next few days.
‘Lancaster’ tells the story of the iconic Second World War bomber through the words of the last surviving veterans of the conflict, set in the context of the time. Starting with the Blitz we follow our 38 contributors as they join up, learn to fly and go to war. With the enemy strong and RAF Bomber Command badly equipped losses were high, but eventually the tide turned with the introduction of the Lancaster.
For there was a deadly price to be paid in the lethal night skies over Germany – more than 55,000 aircrew and 600,000 civilians were killed. Such was the cost of defeating the Nazis and restoring peace in Europe.
‘Lancaster’ is produced by Haviland Digital, Trevor Beattie Films and British Film Company and is now available on DVD in stores around the country.