Win an Unofficial Argus Calendar!

Published On November 25, 2014 | By Scarlett Pares Landells | Competitions & Offers

Need a 2015 calendar? Look no further, enter our competition to win an Unofficial Argus Calendar!

The Argus headlines are well known in Brighton to be nothing short of newspaper gold. The most bizarre and hilarious happenings from in and around Brighton are splashed onto the paper’s front page in twenty-four characters or less, much to the delight of readers and locals daily.

We love to hear about all the peculiar things that go on in our city and the headlines are a great way to get the stories out there and being talked about. Some of our favourites have been “Kitten chokes on mouse”, “Giant stiletto found on beach”, and “Mystery of restaurant’s exploding tea towels”. You just can’t make this stuff up!

The Unofficial Argus Calendar is back for a second year in 2015, celebrating some of the finest headlines by the Argus. This year’s edition features such seminal classics as: “Healed by the hands of Elvis”, “Man tried to sell himself on Ebay” and “Squirrel chickens out of high jump”.

If you are looking for an inexpensive new year’s gift or you want to cheer up your desk at work, this promises to be a sure fire hit with Argus fans old and new, a quirky and amusing Brighton souvenir, the perfect way for true Brightonians everywhere to keep up to date.

We have three copies of the calendar to give away to three lucky winners. To enter simply answer the question below!

What colour are the Argus’s iconic headline boards?


Terms and Conditions:1. By entering this competition you agree to join our mailing list. Once you have received an email from us you have the option to un-subscribe if you wish to. 2. One entry per person. 3. The competition closes at 5:30pm on 05/01/2015. 4. The winners will be randomly selected from all correct entries received. 5. The winner agrees to have their name announced in this competition post after the closing date. 6. Prize is non transferable, non refundable and non negotiable. There is no cash alternative to the prize. 7. Open to UK and Eire residents only.

About The Writer

Scarlett is a trainee journalist and Archaeology graduate. Having recently moved from Manchester she is exploring all that Brighton has to offer and writing about it! Arts' music,food, archaeology, reviews and musings coming soon, watch this space. (Blog coming soon!)