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Thursday, 14 January 2016

Beat those January Blues. #Win a Cadbury Valentine's Treasure Box!

Beat those January Blues.
Win a Cadbury Valentine's Treasure Box.



January is not my favourite month of the year. It's cold, dull and oh so boring. So let's fast forward a few weeks and think about February which isn't actually that far away.

Seeing as Valentines Day is just one month away today, I thought I'd try to brighten up your day with a little giveaway. If you're on a New Years Diet, then sadly this may not be for you but if you're like me and don't really care for all that diet stuff then - waahoo! 

The prize is a Cadburys Valentine's Treasure Box which contains to mini boxes of Roses and a whole host of your favourite Cadburys Bars complete in a lovely gift box.

If you would like to win this lovely box of treats you can do so by using the RaffleCopter Form below. They'll make a nice gift for yourself or maybe the perfect gift for a loved one.


 Terms and Conditions: One winner will be drawn at random on Sunday February 6th. Open to the UK only. Winner will be contacted by email after the draw - Good Luck.

345 comments:

  1. I haven't even thought about any plans yet, hopefully I'll be surprised :)

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  2. As a single mum, I will be spending it with my children :)

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  3. We are heading out for a meal to our local fayre & square. Keep it simple.

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  4. Nothing really, my other half is not into spoiling me :( or believes in valentines day :(

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  5. I'm going to cook Hubby his favorite meal x

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  6. I'm single so I will treat myself either to a take away or cook myself something different :)

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  7. I will be spending the day with my little one

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  8. Margaret Clarkson
    I don't have any plans!

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  9. meal out and trip to the cinema

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  10. I don't have any plans as if yet but I am hoping for a surprise.

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  11. I don't have any plans as of yet but I am hoping for a surprise.

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  12. Nice meal in & a bottle of wine,probably

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  13. This Valentines day my partner of six years is taking me out for dinner, then we are going to the cinema, I am not sure what we are going to see yet :)

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  14. Regrettably i am working, but the day before i have my grandson's first birthday party.

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  15. My hubby always takes me out for dinner. The restaurant is always a surprise. As he is 'last minute.com' he certainly won't have selected it yet!

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  16. We always get a nice takeaway and have at home with the kids with some delicious pralines for afters

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  17. prob a nice meal at home when kids have gone to bed

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  18. After previous Valentines disasters (he tries SO hard but it always goes wrong...) this year we're just going for a meal. At least that's what he's told me, he's the master of disastrous surprises!

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  19. probably a home made steak and chunky chips if im off work

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  20. David Williams - as I'm single, probably a nice walk with the dog - more friendly, reliable and loyal than a woman anyway!

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  21. if im not working (maternity ward) ill cook my beau a steak with chunky chips

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  22. We usually have a candlelight dinner at home cooked by my hubby.

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  23. I'm spending it with my boyfriend

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  24. Ours will be a day spent with the kids followed by some us time once they are in bed with a cooked meal and a movie

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  25. Usually my husband cooks me dinner (the only time) - I'm hoping for the same this year :)

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  26. a nice steak..... and a nice box of chocs..... and of course some bubbly,,,,,,yummy

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  27. not sure yet not really thought about it

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  28. Probably be a takeaway and netflix. Other halfs not big on valentines day x

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  29. We don't usually do anything special on Valentine's Day.

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  30. As usual do nothing as an eternal singleton

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  31. No plans at the moment probably a take away x

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  32. just a nice meal in the house!

    Ashleigh

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  33. we don't usual celebrate as it's our son's birthday

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  34. Take away and a movie, it's our Valentine's tradition.

    Kirsty Fox

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  35. We'll probably buy a supermarket meal deal lol :-)

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  36. a quiet night in at home with a take away and a bottle of wine

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  37. I've promised the missus that I@M cooking dinner!

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  38. Unfortunately I'll be home alone while my husband is working nights :-(

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  39. Hopefully the kids will go to bed early and we can enjoy a meal together.

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  40. I don't have any plans yet, probably as it falls on Sunday I will cook a nice meal and buy my husband a card.

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  41. It's usually a quiet night with a movie xx

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  42. Gonna surprise my fiance with a race day,he's gonna get to race a Mustang

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  43. It is our Daughter's Birthday on Valentines Day so it will be a family day for us

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  44. To do as little as possible

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  45. Me and the boyfriend will be doing our traditional ritual!
    The boyfriend cooks spaghetti bolognese, we watch Lady & The Tramp and then play retro videogames!

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  46. maybe we could have a quick drink in the pub and a takeaway- that would be a treat to not have to cook and no kids (love them loads but ) for one evening !!! cheap date ????

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  47. to spend the eve with my hubby too be <3 xxx

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  48. I don't have any yet, maybe he will break the habit of a lifetime and surprise me, haha

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  49. Movie night, instead of going out we are putting £50 each into the honeymoon pot! :)

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  50. Its my cousins birthday 14th Feb, and he's 30 this year so i'll be going to a big family meal! But my hubby will be coming too so we'll get to have a nice meal together on Valentines Day!

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  51. Probably a nice home made meal with flowers and cards :)

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  52. We only exchange cards. But our anniversary is on 19th Feb and we go out for a meal.

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  53. We don't usually do anything special

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  54. First time I've thought about it, I can't stand and cook, so maybe takeout and a dvd.

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  55. No plans whatsoever! It's a Sunday so it'll probably be washing and cleaning ready for Monday back at school/work!

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  56. No plans as yet,we'll probably stay in.

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  57. probably stay indoors, watch films and eat chocolate :)

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  58. Single parent so will be with the kiddiwinks :)

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  59. Honestly? I haven't a clue really. It will most probably include watching a film - You can't beat a good one.

    Tasmin ox
    http://tasminstalk.blogspot.co.uk

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  60. Curry & a bottle of wine once the kids are asleep!

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  61. its my boyfriends birthday on valentines day so we'll have a little party for him!

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  62. Tea and cake in the staff room as we are working nights.

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  63. Just a usual day for us but might do a nicer meal than normal

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  64. hubbie is working an early shift and i am working a late, we will have a valentines brew and a cuddle once i get home at midnight x

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  65. not much really...sitting in enjoying chocolate ;)

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  66. we havent planned anything yet x

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  67. Like to cook a meal for my other half

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  68. My partner will be away for work in Paris will celebrate over dinner out when he gets back in March

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  69. I haven't made any plans yet, to be honest! Probably just a night in, in the warmth :-)

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  70. unfortunatly our little boy is due to have an operation so we will have a belated valentine meal some time later in the year

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  71. Nothing that I know about - my husband won't plan anything!

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  72. I'll be spending it with my wee mum who has dementia and is in a dementia nursing homeX

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  73. Day and night at the coast with a lovely romantic meal....and im soo excited!

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  74. Heading to Poland with my boyfriend!

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  75. a family meal as its my daughters birthday too x

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  76. No plans yet but I imagine we will cook something different and watch a movie with a glass of something

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  77. My husband is on a stag do, so I will be all on my lonesome!

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  78. No plans like usual. I don't even know if my fiancé is working or not 😏

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  79. A nice meal in together and swap presents.

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  80. Sadly I'm single but I plan to watch love actually while having snuggles with house rabbit Herman :)

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  81. It's my mum's 50th birthday so we are spending it as a family, no romance!

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  82. Maybe lunch out not as busy as the evening and a quiet night in

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  83. Ah chocolate; always good to brighten the mood. Especially with a cold and certainly wet Jan. Still; just few more days till Feb. I'm seeing lots of freebies this month out there.

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  84. I will take my girlfriend out somewhere for dinner!

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  85. Just a quiet one at home I think.

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  86. We're going out for lunch then going to catch a movie

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  87. I don't have any plans as I'm still single, so a night in as normal :)

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  88. @msedollyp we dont usually celebrate but perhaps this year i will surprise my mr x

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  89. we will go for sunday lunch as a family, then maybe a nice movie in the evening while the children are in bed

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  90. We may go out for a meal, will decide nearer the day x

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  91. recovering from a 4th birthday party on the 13th! no romance, just exhaustion lol

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  92. A meal out with hubby if we can get a babysitter!

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  93. Feet up with a glass of wine and a good film

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  94. Very little unfortunately. I'm hoping there might be a surprise ;)

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  95. My partner became Head Chef this year, so for the first time in 5 years I'm most likely going to be alone :( just me and my toddler so I think I'll make him a special meal

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  96. Quiet night in. Steak n chips and a good movie

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  97. We don't have any plans yet but will probably have a nice meal at home.

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  98. We will be having a lovely meal together....with our son! I am not keen on him staying out :)

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  99. Eat a lot of chocolate (hopefully). ;O)

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  100. meal out and a canoodle x - leanne w

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  101. My partner is working unfortunately

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  102. We tend to have a quiet night in, and go out for a meal a week or so later when the restaurants aren't so busy.

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  103. Twin daughters are away with the school, eldest can look after herself, therefore we may go for meal or cinema.

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  104. As long as I can spend quality time with my gorgeous wife that will make it the best Valentines Day possible

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  105. Going out for a meal and maybe the cinema

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  106. Having two little boys romance doesn't happen much :/ but we may get a takeaway and DVDs as a treat

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  107. I'm not seeing anyone so it's just a normal day for me

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  108. A cheeky takeaway and some wine with the hubby once the kids are in bed :)

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  109. No plans for me other than sit in and munch on chocolate!

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  110. Hopefully a nice meal out with hubby x

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  111. Spending the evening having a meal with my husband and then the cinema cant wait :)

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  112. Stay at home and have a chinese

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  113. Me and my husband are going out for a meal to our favourite restaurant :)

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  114. a meal and a movie

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  115. Nothing planned so either movie night or going to a gig!

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  116. A nice night in with my good friend Netflix ;) - Lucia

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  117. No plans for poor single me... I might convince my cats in to a cuddle on the sofa if Im lucky :(

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  118. A romantic 'date night' at the local italian restaurant will be the ideal choice (just need to sort babysitter first) xx

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  119. I'll probably cook a nice meal and then we'll watch a film!

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  120. My other half is working, so we will do something at the weekend

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  121. As I am expecting a baby on 10th Feb our plans are a little up in the air! If our little one has not made an appearance we will have a nice meal in, enjoying it being the two of us for one last time!

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  122. My hubby is taking me to venice for the weekend.x

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  123. I will enjoy a lovely meal out with my husband and family.

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  124. its my 8 year olds birthday!
    rominy colville

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  125. Probably takeaway and a movie with my husband. We'll do cards but we don't really do presents on valentine's day.

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  126. Pizza and a bottle of wine indoors with the girlfriend.

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  127. Not sure I have any - but maybe a little surprise in store ????

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  128. No plans, I'm afraid.. probably a meal at our local

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  129. I will be celebrating a day early so me and my hubby can have a nice day out with our boys at the grandparents :)

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  130. Evening in with a takeaway, child tucked up safely in bed out of the way!

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  131. probably stay at home as hubby is on call

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  132. Taking my wife out for a meal

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  133. we have no plans as yet, and hubby usually forgets anyway

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  134. Hopefully a nice restaurant meal and flowers

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  135. If I win i will be eating a lot of chocolate.

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  136. We dont have any this year as far as im aware.

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  137. The Arsenal match is on, so probably watching that(!) then going for dinner!

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  138. Food, wine should be nice :)

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  139. As it falls on a Sunday we are thinking we may go out for a roast, me, my partner and daughter x Susan

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  140. Nice home cooked meal and good bottle of vino

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  141. Valentine's day is my husbands birthday so it will likely be a nice dinner and some wine and a film :)

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  142. I plan on going for a long walk along the canal in Bath then have a lovely dinner together. He deserves some R&R and it's nice to relax together.

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  143. Celebrating my son's 21st birthday.

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  144. I will give my loving wife some flowers to go in an engraved vase,coming for her. Designed in part by our 9 year old

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  145. As long as we are together it doesn't really matter what we are doing.

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  146. we dont make plans- we dont really do anything for valentines - I personally think it is too commercial

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  147. same as always steak and chips and a cheesey movie love it!

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  148. Hubby is going to cook me a romantic meal when our daughter had gone to bed

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  149. No plans for me. Its all about the day after, my birthday! xx

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  150. Charlotte Ingham31 January 2016 at 09:04

    Girls night out :)

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  151. We'll be having a homecooked three course meal...and watching a film while all snuggled up on the sofa!

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  152. We'll be on holiday in Canary Islands :)

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  153. A nice meal and a snuggle in front of a DVD

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  154. I was wondering about this the other day...is Valentine's Day a big game of 'Chicken'? ie. is it a case of who blinks first ;) I was thinking of booking a table at a fancy restaurant but if I do and then find out my other half had the same idea - who gets to lose their deposit?

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  155. trip to seaside and then dinner out

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  156. surprise her with a romantic meal with all the works

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  157. its my father in laws 60th birthday the day before so lots of family are down so spending time with them, we are celebrating on 10th with a visit to see deadpool at the cinema so excited.

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  158. No plans, but hopefully we'll go out for a meal somewhere, probably with kids in tow!

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  159. my baby is due the day after valentine's so a relaxing night in!

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  160. I'm single so probably staying in or seeing my friends x

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  161. No plans at the minute, it's our sons birthday the day after so it can be hard to do things like weekends away. I'm holding out hope for a nice meal maybe or at least some flowers :)

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  162. Just staying in watching a film with our favourite take-away.

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  163. For valentines day I am going to cook my OH one of my famous chicken pasta bakes!

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  164. Meal and a cinema trip with the boyfriend

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  165. We haven't got any plans, but it will have to include the kids :)

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  166. cosy night in with hubby, M&S meal deal and a film !

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  167. I'm taking my wife to the ball.

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  168. Just a relaxing night in with my boyfriend with some nice food and drink

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  169. A quiet night in with a takeaway, a bottle of champers, and snuggles on the sofa once the kids are in bed, if I ever get the baby to sleep! Cracking competition, thank you! @Rachel1383

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  170. I doubt we will do anything, I had a baby last week so life is hectic! Hopefully hubby will remember to get me some flowers :-)

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  171. Steak supper, bottle of wine and a snuggle on the sofa.

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