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Win pound;1,000 in cash

Borassic, skint, broke, financially strapped. No matter what you call it, let's face it, at this time of year we could all do with a few more quid in our bank accounts. This week at Friday that's exactly what we've got:pound;1,000 in a Teachers Building Society Call Save account, to be precise.

Just think what you could do with all that cash... buy the rest of the staff a treat, put it towards your mortgage or save it for those long holidays.

Established in 1966 to look after the financial interests of education professionals, Teachers Building Society is an independent mutual building society providing competitive mortgage and savings to the education sector.

For your chance to win this Call Save easy access savings account with Pounds 1,000 already in the black, just answer this question: when was the Teachers Building Society established?

Enter via our website at www.tes.co.uk TBSprize or send your answer on a postcard to Livewire Public Relations (TBS Friday Offer), 32 Ewell Road, Surbiton, Surrey KT6 6HX. Remember to include your name, address and daytime contact number. Entries close February 23.

For more information about how Teachers Building Society can help you organise your finances contact 01202 843 500 or email

teachersbuildingsociety@livewirepr.com or visit www.teachersbs.co.uk.

To enter this competition you must be aged 18 or over and agree to Teachers Building Society sending you details of new products and services that it considers relevant to your needs. Your details will not be passed on to any third parties.

Win Ben Hur on DVD

With 100,000 costumes, 8,000 extras, 300 sets and a budget that, at the time, was the biggest in MGM's history, Ben Hur is widely considered to be one of the most accomplished Biblical era films made. We have five copies of this four-disc collector's edition DVD (available from Warner Home Video, Pounds 24.99) to give away. For your chance to win just answer this question: how many Academy Awards did Ben Hur win? a) none b) 11 Mark your answer Ben Hur and send it on a postcard to the TES address or by email to friday@tes.co.uk. Remember to include your address and contact details. Entries close February 23.

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