My Family

My Family

Monday, 7 February 2022

#WIN a Cadburys Mother's Day Treasure Box

 WIN  a Cadburys Mother's Day Treasure Box


Mother's Day is on Sunday March 27th this year so I thought I'd get in nice and early and give away a nice treat for your one you. It could be a gift to your Mother or maybe a gift for yourself. Either way, I'd like to treat someone to a little gift this Mother's Day. It's on me!

This Mother's Day Treasure Box Contains:

1 x 115g Cadbury Roses Carton
1 x Cadbury Dairy Milk 200g Bar with Cadbury ' I Love You' sleeve
1 x Cadbury Purple Organza Gift Bag includes:
1 x Cadbury Twirl Bar
1 x Cadbury Crunchie 
1 x Dairy Milk Caramel Bar
1 x Dairy Milk Marvellous Creations Bar
1 x Cadbury Wispa Bar

To WIN - Simply use the Rafflecopter Form below to complete as many or as few of the entry options as you like. It's completely up to you how many you do but remember, the more entries you do, the more chances you have to win. 1 lucky winner will be chosen at random after it closes on Monday 28th Feb  - This Giveaway is Open to the UK Only - Good Luck x


This is not a sponsored Giveaway - The Prize is supplied by myself. Terms and Conditions: One winner will be drawn at random using the Rafflecopter App. This Giveaway is only open to the UK. The giveaways ends on February 28th and the Winner is contacted shortly after.

19 comments:

  1. My Mother was so good to us but I lost her in 2018. My Mother figure now is a lady at church who is so loving and caring. She isnt just a good person. She is a wonderful friend

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  2. She is strong and would do anything to help me

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  3. I lost my Mum years ago, miss her so much. :(

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  4. sadly my nana and my mum have both passed away so don't have a female figure in my life

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  5. My aunty 88 and an inspiration to all

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  6. My mum is my rock beautiful talented loving and giving

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  7. My mum is the best - always there for me and my family!

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  8. My mum is always doing stuff for others,anf outting them first x

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  9. I don't have a living mother figure any more. My Mum died 11 years ago and she was my biggest encouragement for my academic achievements, convincing me I could do it when I thought it was all too much.

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  10. I've been thinking about this, especially as I'm older now. I'll just say 'you can never get it right!'

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  11. My mum is strong, determined and so hard working, my idol xx

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  12. I always said if I do as good as job with my daughter than my mum did with me, I would be proud and I am so proud...

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  13. My mum is always there if you need her - she's always willing to help people out 🙂

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  14. My mum is amazing she is always there for me and is the best nan ever to my kids words can't explain the love I feel for her

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  15. My mum will be 80 in July. I am her main carer & after a year (Shielding) just gone back (NHS) to a part time job. As my mum's health has debilitated her daily tasks & I have dedicated more time to my dear Mum.

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  16. My mother figure is my dad's partner. She is amazing, caring and will do anything for me.

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  17. My mum is very practical and always steps up and helps out when I need her.

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  18. It's actually my best friend who takes care of me the most, I don't have a relationship with my own mum sadly

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  19. Mum had me quite young so there isn't much between us. We are very similar and that can be difficult in some ways but in other ways it is amazing and she is a very kind lovely lady.

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