The must have survival accessory

Win a hamper packed full of fishing goodies, a set of touring guides and a fantastic range of self heating ‘Heater Meals’ from Hunger Breaks


There’s nothing like fishing in the great outdoors; the simplistic pleasure of catching your own food with the smell of the grass underfoot and the rush of wind through your hair. That wonderful sensation of getting back to basics and connecting with nature.


However no matter whether it’s salmon or trout that you’re struggling to catch, sooner or later your body will crave the simplest pleasures in life, such as a hot meal. However, preparing a hot, healthy meal in the great outdoors is no mean feat.


Just think of all that equipment you’d have to carry! This is where the Heater Meals comes in

handy! A favourite of Olympic rower, James Cracknell*, the self-heating ready meal needs no refrigeration and can be eaten anywhere, with no need for a cooker, power or even heat.


What better way to enjoy the outdoor life than with one of your favourite classic meals such as ‘Chicken Curry’ or ‘Steak & Vegtables’? With many meals having less then 5g fat and 0.2g of salt, the  Heater Meals are also a healthy alternative.


We’ve teamed up with Heater Meals to offer you this fantastic prize:


What You Can Win

Prize: A selection of Heater Meals, a set of Visit Britain Touring Guides and a hamper of outdoor gear including a top of the range umbrella with shelter and deluxe stay dry trousers.


How To Win


Just answer the question below correctly and fill in the field in our Competitions section (CLICK HERE) and don’t forget to include your name and email address. The winner will be notified by email after the closing date of October 4th.



How do Heater Meals heat up?

            1)         With a cooker

            2)         All on its own

            3)         With a celebrity chef



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* “HeaterMeals rescued us when we ran out of water.” James Cracknell of Spirit of EDF Energy that came first in their class in the Atlantic Rowing Race 2005.