03 April 2013

Outdoor fun... win a Forestry Commission Discovery Pass

My chest infection has unfortunately returned and resulted in me spending very little time outdoors this week although I've tried to ensure the Mini Mes have been outside for fresh air and fun as much as possible in the gardens.
 
They have been running about with the dog, using chalk to doodle on the paths and the water guns to squirt the fences... even the neighbours washing (oops) in the process!
 
 
Once I return to full health I'm very much looking forward to going further afield to the local forests to explore, learn and play in the beautiful, natural surroundings. Being an Official Forest Blogger I received an annual Discovery Pass providing access to Fineshade and Salcey Forest earlier this year;  a great way to get all the family outdoors together, come rain or shine.
 
Spending more time outside is not only one of our resolutions but it is a great way to teach the importance of looking after the environment to children and exercising too. We love forests as a family and we have the opportunity to provide a Discovery Pass to one of you to enjoy the same great times in a local forest of your choice.
 
*** WIN ***
 
For your chance to win a Discovery Pass to a forest of your choice you can enter via the Rafflecopter entry form below.
The giveaway closes on 13th April 2013.
Good luck!

 
 
  • The prize is for one Discovery Pass   
  • A Discovery Pass is valid for a specific location
  • The pass is valid for 12 months and gives free parking for one car at the designated location.
  • There are additional benefits to the pass which include a seasonal e-newsletter, with forest news and events and generous discount vouchers for shops and activities on and off site.
 
 
For further information please visit:  http://www.forestry.gov.uk/pass
  
   

92 comments :

  1. Delamere Forest is closest to us @MummyFever

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  2. Dalby Forest

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  3. followed on network blogs clair downham

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  4. i follow via networked blogs as Sharon donnelly

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  5. Wyre Forest of discovery benefits

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  6. Sherwood Pines please x

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    1. and I already follow you through Networked Blogs (Mary Proctor)

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  8. It would have to be the beautiful Alice Holt....gorgeous!

    Laura Harris

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  9. Mine would be Haldon Forest Park. It's lovely there :)

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  10. Bedgebury, we love it there

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  11. I follow via GFC - robertfox24

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  12. Subscribed by GFC as Cathy Glynn

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  13. Cannock chase is beautiful! :) David

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  16. I'd love a discovery pass for Hamsterley Forest

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  17. Delamere Forest, just up the road for us so this would be fantastic.

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  18. Follow by gfc as happyhomebird

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  19. Delamere forest parl is nearest to us please

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  20. I'd love to visit Sherwood Pines, thanks

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  21. Sherwood Pines Forest Park love sherwood forest :) x

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  22. Delamere Forest

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  23. Delamere Forest would be fab! (Kate B)

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  24. i do hope your feeling better soon xx

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  25. Hicks Lodge would be the one I'd go for

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  26. ooh - Would love Bedgebury x - signed up as Tracey Belcher - @tabbaz123

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  27. Follow on Bloglovin' (either Bubbablue and me, or Emma Tustian)

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  28. The forestry website won't load for me, so afraid I can't tell you where my nearest place is. I'm in north Oxfordshire, if that gives a guide!

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  29. Subscribed via Networked blogs as Alice Hindley

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  30. Sherwood pines looks lovely

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  31. Delamere forest
    @jenlouisej

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  32. Salcey Forest please, we've been there alot last year and cant wait to go back this year

    @kaydee86 heathledgerrocks@hotmail.com

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  33. Signed up twitter - @happyboonisbet and others as Rebecca nisbet

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  34. Following with http://www.bloglovin.com/prisebero

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  35. Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest please

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  36. Followed on networked blogs victoria thurgood

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  37. Delamere would be our choice.

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  38. Thetford

    @TodayFlower

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  39. High Lodge Thetford Forest

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  40. Forest of Dean :)

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  41. Delamere Forest :)

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  42. Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest

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  43. I'm subscribed to your blog - Emma Smith

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  44. dalby forrest :) following on gfc as samantha_ripley

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  45. Hamsterley Forest - its not far and we used to love it x

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  46. Following on GFC as
    Annaloa

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