Ok no problem. I can tell the sentence does not but I can't pinpoint why so it's quite hard to ask the question. I think it's the order of the wording/syntax... particularly the "for 2018/19" part.We can't proofread entire sentences here. Do you have a specific question about a specific word or grammar point?
It is getting used in an app I have designed. The app is for people that have booked a holiday with my company so they would read the above when they click on the page for more information about their accommodation.It would help if you provided some context for the sentence. In what situation would you use this, and what do you want it to mean?