Rugged Gifts specialise in personalised gifts for men, with lovely leather bracelets and simple but personal keyrings there is plenty to choose from and with worldwide shipping anyone can enjoy one of their perfect gifts.
I don’t know about you but I find it a lot harder to find nice gifts for men than I do women. So it was really nice to find a whole website filled with fab ideas.
So the school holidays are over and the weather is changing, everyone is feeling a little blue. What better way to lift everyone’s spirits than with a family day trip to ZSL London Zoo?! Thanks to the guys at Buyagift you could win a family ticket.
If you haven’t heard of Buyagift they provide a wide range of gift experiences, from dining out to racing cars and brilliant family days out.
Brighten your day with a beautiful bouquet of flowers from Blossoming Gifts. Who doesn’t love to get flowers? They always bring a smile to my face and I try to treat myself to a small bunch whenever I can.
Inspiring young artists offered chance of a lifetime
Is your child’s imagination constantly running away with them? Are they always drawing on any scrap of paper they can find? After receiving 1,000+ amazing entries and over 20,000 votes last year, the competition that gives budding young artists a chance to let their creativity shine is now open for 2019. This summer, the BIC® KIDS Young Artist Award is giving proud parents across the UK and Republic of Ireland the opportunity to see their child’s drawings graduate from the fridge door to billboards!
WHAT: SEA LIFE sites across the UK and Ireland are recruiting a pirate or mermaid apprentice to go behind the scenes and learn all about how they care for the array of fascinating creatures that live there
WHERE: SEA LIFE centres across the UK
WHEN: Deadline for entries is 12.00 on 21st July
Roll up, roll up. Calling all scurvy sailors and salty seadogs! SEA LIFE sites across the nation are on the hunt for an adventurous newcomer to join the team and enjoy a behind the scenes tour as the SEA LIFE resident junior apprentice.
Madeline adores her Grandpa Gilderberry – she always has. To everyone else he might seem a bit strange – an eccentric inventor – perhaps even a little mad. Yet Madeline knows that these are his very best qualities.
Just in time for summer, Get Out and Grow, is launching an incentive encouraging students to head outside and get planting, growing and learning about just where fruit and vegetables come from.
Why? Because according to a recent survey, 90% of children said that they would like a garden at school and at one primary school in Lincolnshire, a school garden made all the difference when it came to pupil’s behaviour.