WE HAVE sourced some fantastic prizes for this autumn’s Army&You. If you’re a British Army family, click here to view the entry form. Choose as many giveaways as you would like to enter, complete your details and submit. One entry per household per giveaway. Entries have closed. Your details will not be used for marketing purposes. Winners’ names will be published here. These prizes are open to anyone with a soldier in their life – please read our full terms and conditions.
Treat your family to an unforgettable experience in the treetops, where you’ll head up into the canopy to navigate crossings, jump off Tarzan swings 30 feet above ground, scramble across nets, and fly through the air on breath-taking zipwires.
Face your fears, overcome challenges together and leave having achieved something truly great. It’s not a ‘normal’ family day out! See goape.co.uk
Are you keen to cover all bases when looking after your baby? Are you fed up with your little one kicking off their blanket?
Cover Me has been created by army wife and mum-of-three Harriet Westcott (read more on pages 20-21) and can be used as a breast-feeding cover, over a highchair, car seat or shopping trolley, or as a blanket.
Available in a variety of colours from covermebaby.co.uk
Unwind and recharge your batteries at Devon’s foodie heaven Orestone Manor, a delightful family-run country house hotel overlooking Lyme Bay in South Devon.
The magnificent Georgian manor house hotel offers sumptuous accommodation and fine dining, with 14 bedrooms unique in character. Soak up the sea views, enjoy a Devon clotted cream tea or sip a cocktail in the Brunel Bar & Lounge.
After a hard day, what could be better than slipping on a pair of Moccis gorgeous hand-sewn Swedish moccasins?
Moccis (pronounced Mock-Keys) are a hybrid of a sock and slipper in one and are available for babies, children and adults.
Prices from £25 at moccis.co.uk
At ZSL London Zoo you can walk through a Sumatran jungle, explore the Indian forests of Gujarat or tour the plains of Africa, coming face-to-face with animals from across the globe. Set in London’s Regent’s Park and home to more than 650 species, every day is different at this popular zoo.
Visit zsl.org for information on exciting activities for all the family.
Engineer Kerrine Bryan wanted to challenge common misconceptions about certain types of jobs, so she wrote her first book My Mummy is an Engineer to communicate a positive message to children.
The fifth book in the series, My Mummy Is A Soldier, was written after Lt Col Deborah Taylor asked Kerrine to develop a children’s book that raises awareness of the diversity of jobs women undertake in the army.
Get set to pound the pavements with This Mum Runs Military Mums groups, which have been going from strength-to-strength.
With thousands of runners, This Mum Runs is a growing global community of women on a mission to be happier and healthier.
Follow TMRMilitaryMums on Facebook for more or visit thismumruns.co.uk
In this edition’s Army&You and Reading Force Book Club, two forces youngsters share their thoughts on The Monster Who Wasn’t, a book by T C Shelley.
Ten-year-old Wyatt describes it as an awesome fiction novel – perfect for both boys and girls who like adventure and mystery. Read the rest of the reviews on page 46 of the autumn edition of Army&You.
We have a copy of The Monster Who Wasn’t, published in paperback by Bloomsbury, priced £6.99, plus a Reading Force scrapbook to give away.