Win a First Great Western Rail Pass for a year

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Win a First Great Western Rail Pass for a year

This promotion has now closed.

There is so much to discover by rail with First Great Western. Travel south to Gatwick and Brighton, or journey north to Banbury, Hereford and Worcester. Discover some of England’s most picturesque landscapes with a journey south-west to Falmouth and Penzance or escape west to Pembroke, Swansea and Cardiff.

The Evening Standard has teamed up with First Great Western to let you escape all year. Enter your details below for the chance to win a rail pass for unlimited travel, for you and your guest, on any First Great Western train for a whole year.

To book your tickets for a great escape with First Great Western click here

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Terms and Conditions: Promotion closes at 23:59 on Sunday 19 July 2015. The prize is one Great Western Rail Pass for one person with an option to include one guest on each journey. Standard class only (Pass can be upgraded to annual First Class at cost).Pass is valid for one year from date of issue.  Only one online entry per person. The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative.  Entrants and their guest must be over 18. Pass is valid on First Great Western services only. Pass cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers.  Not valid on any other operator. The winner will be the first entry selected at random and will be contacted during the week following the closing date. UK residents only. Promotion is open to viewers London Live and readers of its sister paper the Evening Standard. Usual promotion rules apply, see For further information, please write to Customer Care, Room 203b, The Evening Standard, Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London, W8 5TT. Promoter: First Great Western

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