Tell us about unexpected glimpses of Britishness abroad for the chance to win a £500 McKinlay Kidd voucher

From union flags to cricket pitches, churches and memorials, tell us what you have seen - © 2019 Bloomberg Finance LP

The cover story in this Sunday's print edition celebrates Queen Victoria’s legacy in India. It set us thinking about other unexpected traces of Britishness abroad, from police uniforms and phone boxes in Gibraltar or Bermuda to cricket pitches in Corfu and India, monuments around the world, churches, relics of military history and the “Man U fan” found everywhere from the Maldives to Marrakech. If you have seen a fascinating example of this on your travels, why not share your story? The reader who sends in the best entry wins a £500 voucher.

About McKinlay Kidd

McKinlay Kidd (0141 260 9260; mckinlaykidd.com), Telegraph Travel’s Best Specialist Tour Operator 2017, carefully curates tailormade holidays to Scotland and Ireland.

Depart on Loganair from London Southend and land within three hours in the remote and magical Outer Hebrides, which boast intriguing standing stones at Callanish. Other Scottish isles are also within easy reach from London and Manchester – discover ancient history in Orkney and Shetland, or visit the West Coast whisky heaven of Islay.

From Manchester and Stansted, direct flights to Derry-Londonderry are the springboard to Northern Ireland’s Causeway Coast and the meandering Wild Atlantic Way through County Donegal.

McKinlay Kidd uses its knowledge to combine flights with characterful accommodation, local guides and off-the-beaten track recommendations. All flight-inclusive holidays are ATOL protected.  

Fanad Lighthouse, Donegal Credit: Tourism Ireland

The prize

McKinlay Kidd is offering a £500 voucher to the reader who sends in the best entry, to go towards a McKinlay Kidd/Loganair holiday and to be redeemed for travel in 2019. Prize is subject to availability.

Callanish Standing Stones, Isle of Lewis and Harris Credit: McKinlay Kidd
Dunluce Castle, Causeway Coast Credit: Storytravelers
Ardbeg Distillery, Islay Credit: McKinlay Kidd
Orkney Islands Credit: McKinlay Kidd
Land on Barra Credit: Loganair
See the sea stacks of the Shetlands Credit: visitscotland
Skara Brae, Orkeny Credit: McKinlay Kidd

How to enter

Email entries (no more than 150 words please) together with your name, address and phone number, midnight on Wednesday May 22 to yoursay@telegraph.co.uk. Bookings are subject to availability and offered according to McKinlay Kidd’s terms and conditions, published in full on its website. Only one prize voucher can be won per person per year. Other terms and conditions apply. 

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See Telegraph.co.uk/ttyourtravels for details.