Win £1,500 worth of clothes at Gieves & Hawkes, The Metquarter, Liverpool
PUBLISHED: 16:56 20 March 2017 | UPDATED: 16:56 20 March 2017
Get suited and booted with a stylish new look from Gieves & Hawkes.
Lancashire Life and Gieves & Hawkes Metquarter are offering once lucky reader the chance to win £1,500 store credit. The premier brand has been dressing important men for special occasions since 1771, so you can be absolutely certain that you (or your man) will be among the ‘best dressed guests’ at any event. With the racing season on the horizon and social invitations arriving, there is no better time to win this prize. The winner will enjoy a fitting by a private tailoring consultant and be guided on the best and most appropriate styling details for their perfect tailoring look.
Gieves & Hawkes, 14 The Metquarter, 34 Whitechapel, Liverpool, L1 6DA
Tel: 0151 227 9785, www.metquarter.com/shops/gieves-hawkes
For your chance to win, simply answer the following question correctly:
Gieves & Hawkes holds all three Royal Warrants today, but which Monarch was the first sovereign patron in 1794?
A. Queen Victoria
B. George III
C. Edward VII
The winner will be the first correct entry drawn after the closing date of April 30th. The editor’s decision is final.
Please submit your answer below or send your answer on a postcard with full contact details including your email address and mobile number by April 30th to: Gieves & Hawkes competition, Lancashire Life, The Whitehouse, Wilderspool Business Park, Greenalls Avenue, WA4 6HL.
Terms and conditions: There is one prize, a store credit to the value of £1,500. The credit must be redeemed in full on the winner’s visit and no credit can be carried forward. The prize is not transferable and must be redeemed within six months of the winner being notified. The winner and a guest will receive in-store hospitality appropriate to the time of their visit, which must be arranged in advance in accordance with the instructions given at the time of prize notification. For full terms and conditions please visit our website, www.lancashirelife.co.uk
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Q: Which Monarch was the first sovereign patron for Gieves & Hawkes in 1794?
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